Using Superflake® Cold Oven Chain Lubricant
Prepare your surface. The most important part of the coating process is proper surface preparation. Remove any loose debris, rust or grit prior to coating if possible.
Wear proper painting equipment. It is important to follow all appropriate OSHA safety standards and wear a mask and protective clothing as needed.
Flash off solvent prior to operation of oven. After replacing the chain and coating it with Cold Oven Chain, it is important to flash the remaining solvents off. This can be done by opening all dampers and exhaust fans and running the oven.
Apply by roller, brush air or airless spray equipment. Apply material as you would for any normal paint job. When applied by air or airless spray equipment, the recommended wet film thickness should be 2 to 4mil. When applied by a brush or roller the recommended wet film thickness will be 2 to 5mil.
Surface temperature should be below 140ºF/60ºC. Application of this product to hot surfaces (>150ºF/66ºC) is not recommended, as this will exceed the flash point of the product and increase the risk of a fire. When properly allowed to dry, the coating will not be affected by temperature extremes.