CASTFIL PTFE PUTTY, the universal cold weld metal built up system, is a technically advanced versatile, durable two part epoxy based compound with special wear resistant additives for maintenance and repair of a broad range of equipment in all industries for temperatures up to
120 deg C.
It is a self-lubricating compound which possesses high mechanical strength, bonds strongly to most metals and offer long life protection against wear, abrasion, corrosion, chemicals etc. Castfil can be drilled, machined, tapped or painted.
Castfil is available in putty form. It is a state of the art epoxy formulation designed to meet the stringent requirements of any industry. They are specially formulated to reduce corrosion, a property not offered by other standard epoxy compound. It is being used in pulley shafts for sliding applications which avoids metal to metal contact and reduces friction between sliding surfaces. It bonds to most metals / plastics and offers long life protection against wear, abrasion & corrosion.
· Repair of scored guide-ways
· Filling of bolt holes in machine tool guide-ways
· Repair of blowholes, porosities, discontinuities, etc in castings
· Repair of damages caused by abrasion or corrosion
· Rebuilding of critical machined parts
· Repair of oversized bearing housing, worn out shafts, etc
· Prevention of leakage in gas or liquid pipelines or valves
This compound possesses high mechanical strength, bonds strongly to most metals and offers long life protection against wear, abrasion, corrosion, and chemicals etc. It can be drilled, machined, tapped, or painted.
These can be used in chemical, defence, fertilizer, mining, paper and pulp railways road transport, shipping, steel, textile, power-thermal, hydel/nuclear, and power stainless, etc.
Fast and emergency repairs
Prolongs life of critical machines parts
Cuts down valuable production time
Reduces inventory of spare parts
Can be easily machined to exact tolerances
Single compound for various types of maintenance needs
Excellent wear characteristics and self-lubricity properties