Valvoline Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber
Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber is a wax based, solvent cutback, amber colored corrosion preventive. It has good water displacing and penetration properties, making it very suitable as a corrosion protective for the inside of car doors and other hollow sections of cars and rolling equipment.
Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber cures to an amber colored, waxy, semi-firm translucent film.
The maximum performance of Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber can be achieved only when the metal surfaces to be protected are clean, dry and free of rust, oil and mill scale and a substrate temperature of 10-35 °C at the time of product application.
Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber gives a maximum performance when it is sprayed at an ambient and product temperature of 10-25 °C. Shake the can well before use and spray at a distance of approximately 30 cm from the surface.
Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber is fast-drying, and this can cause “pin-holing” when applied too thick at once. It is advised to spray one layer per pass, wait for 2 to 3 minutes and then spray another layer. Continue like this until the required film thickness has been obtained.
Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber can be removed with mineral spirits or any similar petroleum solvent, hot alkaline wash or low-pressure steam. If dried and cured the film of this product can also be removed with Tectyl Biocleaner.
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Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber will protect against corrosion and will displace water where needed.
With its strong penetration, Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber will protect the surface against corrosion, even in small seams and crevices. Strong penetration With its strong penetration, Tectyl Cavity Wax Amber will protect the surface against corrosion, even in small seams and crevices.
Specifications:Accelerated Corrosion tests:
@ Average recommended DFT
Accelerated Corrosion tests:
Salt Spray; 5 % NaCl @ 35°C; ISO 9227 NSS (Q-Panels, Type R, ASTM A1008)
Humidity; 100 % RH; @ 40°C; ISO 6270-2 CH (Q-Panels, Type R, ASTM A1008)
Estimated Protection Period
Indoor: 18 months