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Franklynn Industries: leading edge technology continues in our new world class headquarters & research facility.

Located just north of Cincinnati in a campus-like setting, Franklynn's new world headquarters and technology center is now fully operational. The expansive research laboratory offers complete and timely technical support including parallel studies for molders with unique rubber and urethane applications.

According to Devin McCarthy, Franklynn President, "The fast increasing acceptance of our products in North and South America, Europe and the Pacific Rim is gratifying proof of the fine, consistent performance that DIAMONDKOTE and AQUALIFT products are bringing to the rubber and urethane industry."

Molders of rubber and urethane can now confidently rely on water based mold release agents. Franklynn Industries water based product line yields full compliance and a better environment while enhancing performance and productivity.

New, water based DIAMONDKOTE products demonstrate superior results on all rubbers including natural, fluoroelastomer, nitrile, neoprene, EPDM, SBR, butadiene, butyl, polyacrylate, and isoprene.

Our new AQUALIFT line is the choice with urethane elastomers and RIM as well as rigid and flexible urethane applications. Although functional at ambient temperatures, AQUALIFT is most easily applied at 120 [degrees] F or hotter.
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Title Annotation:Chemicals & Materials Corporate Profile '93: Special Advertising Section
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Company Profile
Date:Aug 1, 1993
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