Dynax S50

21.19 Exc VAT @ 23%

Class-leading long-term protection for cavities, voids, chassis, doors, mud traps machinery, boats etc.

Resistant to changing conditions found in cavities, others are not.

Self-healing, protects even if film is cut.

Clings to vertical surfaces.

Displaces moisture.

Kills existing corrosion.

Deeply penetrates flanges and folded seams.

Easy to use – atomises superbly.

Low odour.

See-through coating with brown tint.

Provides lubrication.

Available in ready to use modular injection system.

8 in stock

Description

Dynax-S50 is a high-performance anti-corrosion wax that provides exceptionally long-lasting protection to steel surfaces. It creeps into welded seams and seals surface defects. Dynax-S50 forms a soft, brown, wax-like film that self-heals in the event of disruption. It is also able to arrest existing corrosion and to provide long-term protection to pre-corroded and corrosion-free surfaces.

Dynax-S50 has been proven to substantially outperform competitive material in salt-spray trials under conditions of ASTM B117.

Dynax-S50’s soft-film is optimised for enclosed cavities where extremely corrosive conditions develop. Dynax-S50 is also recommended for protection of valuable machinery and components in transit, machine tools, moulds etc. Dynax-S50 can be removed using suitable solvent. Dynax-S50 is not formulated for prolonged exposure to ultra-violet (UV) light.

The advanced metal seeking anti-corrosion molecules which form Dynax-S50 are able to displace water, so even damp surfaces can be protected, these same molecules arrest and prevent corrosion even on already rusty surfaces and provide remarkable self-healing abilities if the film is damaged. Whilst Dynax-S50 is primarily a cavity rustproofing compound it’s also able to prevent corrosion in a multitude of mud traps and water collecting voids. Dynax-S50 has been used with superb results to protect voids and cavities in steel boats, vessels, offshore installations and other steel structures subject to severely corrosive atmospheres.