Rust Inhibitor 4288

FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 is a concentrated water soluble corrosion inhibitor that provides both humidity cabinet and Cast Iron Chip Test (IP287) protection. As a concentrate, FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 can be diluted as required to provide economical protection for ferrous metals. FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 contains surface active agents that are extremely effective at inhibiting the attack of ferrous metals by aqueous solutions.

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FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 is a concentrated water soluble corrosion inhibitor that provides both humidity cabinet and Cast Iron Chip Test (IP287) protection. As a concentrate, FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 can be diluted as required to provide economical protection for ferrous metals. FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 contains surface active agents that are extremely effective at inhibiting the attack of ferrous metals by aqueous solutions.

TYPICAL PROPERTIES:
Appearance: Dark blue liquid
Odor: Mild
pH: 8.4
Density: 8.8 lbs/gal
VOC: 0.25 lbs/gal
Flashpoint: None

RECOMMENDED APPLICATION:
FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 is delivered as a concentrate. The recommended usage level of FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 is a 20% solution in water. This is prepared by mixing 1 part FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 with 4 parts water. Once diluted, it can be applied to parts by spray or dip applications. The recommended operating is 50 °F to 100 °F. Please refer to the MSDS for proper safety instructions.

BENEFITS:
Reduced VOC
Excellent corrosion protection of ferrous metals
Water based
Concentrated for economical use

MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY:
Avoid strong oxidizing agents (i.e. bleach), strong acids and nitrites.

SHIPPING:
FoundryGeneral® Rust Inhibitor 4288 is shipped in plastic pails and drums.

Note: The information presented herein is our interpretation of certain test results and field experience to date. The information is not to be taken as warranty or representation for which we assume legal responsibility, nor as permission or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license. It is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification