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Disccoat 4210

Blue Solvent based Optical Media Protective Coating and Peelable coating . 4210 is international standard for protecting of optical media such as CD and video discs during manufacturing process. 4210 is very easy way to apply strippable coating for the protection of substrates from scratching and marring. 4210 is useful for substrate protection during polishing, handling and long term storage. 4210 is impregnated with transparent blue dye for easy visual inspection as well as identification and is non-staining and stable to 100 degrees Celsius product here…

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Blue Solvent based Optical Media Protective Coating and Peelable coating . 4210 is international standard for protecting of optical media such as CD and video discs during manufacturing process. 4210 is very easy way to apply strippable coating for the protection of substrates from scratching and marring. 4210 is useful for substrate protection during polishing, handling and long term storage. 4210 is impregnated with transparent blue dye for easy visual inspection as well as identification and is non-staining and stable to 100 degrees Celsius product here…

General Chemical’s Disccoat 4210 is a CLEAR water resistant, Optical Media Protective Coating, peelable temporary protective coating which has many applications. It may also be used to protect various types of surfaces during industrial processing. Disccoat 4210 air-dries quickly, leaving a tough, yet flexible coating that is easily removed from a variety of surfaces.
4210 represents the ultimate in solvent-based removable coating technology. It is stabilized against brittleness and is not softened or penetrated by most water-based compounds.
The Disccoat 4210 film out-performs the dry plastic film. Applying no coating is cheap, but provides no protection. Disccoat 4210 has some real performance advantages, especially its ability to remove water-stains and moisture related defects. Moisture related defects, as measured by loss of electrical signal read-back of nickel electroforms, is reduced by 50%. This is significant since an optical nickel electroform cost between $50-75 to produce. A single application of 4210 at one of the world’s largest manufacturing facility, the world’s largest replicator of compact audio discs), restored environmentally damaged (oxidation) nickel stampers, cutting electrical signal loss in half.