Ransom & Randolph® Plasticast® PT Investment & Binder, 50 lbs.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer (www.P65warnings.ca.gov).

Description

The strength of this high-temperature Plasticast® PT investment from Ransom & Randolph® is made for use withstands the pressure from plastic and wax models produced in rapid prototype processes as the material expands during burnout, ensuring your patterns remain true through the burnout process. This investment is specially formulated to use with casting high-temperature metals, such as platinum; it is a two-part formula and includes one 1/2 gallon of non-acid liquid binder, eliminating the acid-based binder common to two-part platinum investments.


Specifications:
  • Brand : Ransom & Randolph
  • Size : 50 lbs. (22.7kg)
  • Country of origin : United States

Please Note:

• Only use this investment with the included liquid binder.
• This product contains a blend of crystalline silica. Prolonged inhalation of this product may be harmful. IARC reports that there is sufficient evidence in humans for the carcinogenicity of inhaled crystalline silica in forms of quartz or cristabolite from occupational sources. Symptoms may not appear until permanent lung damage has occurred. Persons who use this product should have periodic physical examinations for silica exposure. Work areas should be periodically tested to determine the amount of airborne crystalline silica compared to OSHA and MSHA accepted standards.
• ALWAYS wear NIOSH-approved breathing protection for crystalline silica dust when working with product or when possible exposure to product dust exists. Users must comply with all applicable health and safety regulations relating to the safe handling of crystalline silica. See SDS for information.


Catalog page: 2018-2019 Tools and Equipment Catalog p.617