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Load Release provides an active film designed specifically to reduce the adhesion of aggregates on surfaces, allowing them to slide easily.
Designed to work very effectively as an anti-adhesion measure to stop pick up of Asphalts and aggregates on roller compactors.

Load Release is commonly applied to containers, mixers, truck beds and forms prior to pouring asphalt or concrete into them. Load Release is applied in numerous ways and acts as a barrier to mitigate adhesion of the asphalt, concrete or other material to the relevant surfaces. The process is somewhat comparable to the use of butter or shortening to mitigate the sticking of cake batter to a pan.

The most commonly used release agent is diesel fuel as Diesel is inexpensive, readily available, and works reasonably well as it adheres fairly well to most surfaces. However, the use of diesel fuel is unnecessarily polluting the environment and its use as a release agent is prohibited by law in many areas.

Load Release is a completely bio degradable alternative, the application of Load Release provides an active film designed specifically to reduce the adhesion of concrete, asphalt and bitumen to surfaces.

Summary

– 100% biodegradable.
– coloured so that even distribution is achieved and not over used.
– There is no requirement for specialist ventilation as there are no carcinogenic fumes.

Availability

Load Release is available in;
– 1 Litre bottles
– 5 Litre containers
– 20 Litre containers
– 200 Litre drums
– 1000 Litre Intermediate bulk container

Description

Load Release provides an active film designed specifically to reduce the adhesion of aggregates on surfaces, allowing them to slide easily.
Designed to work very effectively as an anti-adhesion measure to stop pick up of Asphalts and aggregates on roller compactors.

Load Release is commonly applied to containers, mixers, truck beds and forms prior to pouring asphalt or concrete into them. Load Release is applied in numerous ways and acts as a barrier to mitigate adhesion of the asphalt, concrete or other material to the relevant surfaces. The process is somewhat comparable to the use of butter or shortening to mitigate the sticking of cake batter to a pan.

The most commonly used release agent is diesel fuel as Diesel is inexpensive, readily available, and works reasonably well as it adheres fairly well to most surfaces. However, the use of diesel fuel is unnecessarily polluting the environment and its use as a release agent is prohibited by law in many areas.

Load Release is a completely bio degradable alternative, the application of Load Release provides an active film designed specifically to reduce the adhesion of concrete, asphalt and bitumen to surfaces.

Summary

– 100% biodegradable.
– coloured so that even distribution is achieved and not over used.
– There is no requirement for specialist ventilation as there are no carcinogenic fumes.

Availability

Load Release is available in;
– 1 Litre bottles
– 5 Litre containers
– 20 Litre containers
– 200 Litre drums
– 1000 Litre Intermediate bulk container