Weld-Sputter-Release BN10
• very good non-wetting and non-sticking of weld sputter
• very good separation efficiency
• perfect protection of substrates and workpieces
• application such as house paint
• ready or use product for standard requirements
• contains "white graphite"


The application of the boron nitride coating of the type Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 enables the easy and fast removing of weld sputter and other splashes which develop during welding and applying wear-protection layers. In this way mechanical working over again of workpieces can be reduced or prevented almost completely. The ready ready for use product Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 can be applied like a commercial wall paint by spraying or brushing, if necessray a dilution with distilled water is possible. As concentrate for highest requirements Weld-Sputter-Release BN25 is available. A quick drying version is the product Boron-Nitride-Coating Grade E on the basis of ethanol.


• The surfaces which can be coated should be clean, dry and free of dust, degrease prior to application.
• Only after long storage time Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 should be shaked or agitated.
• In the as received consistency Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 can be applied by brushing or rolling, if necessary it can be diuted with distilled water.
• In order to achieve even coatings spraying is advantage.
• After the application the coating must be dried carefully, either at air of if necessray with a gas burner.

Storage-Container Size

Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 must be protected against frost. A storage temperature of >5°C (>41°F) is recommended. The containers should be kept closed. Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 is available in 1kg and 6kg-containers.

Safety Advices

Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 contains water and is free of solvents. According to data available to us Weld-Sputter-Release BN10 is a non-hazardous preparation. An EC material safety data sheet is available.

Technical Data



Ceramic Constituent

Boron nitride

Solid Content (boron nitride)



1.1 g/cm³

Temperature (max. Application)

1000°C (1832°F) (at air)

1800°C (3272°F) (under inert gas)


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These recommendations are believed to be correct. However, no guarantee of their accuracy is given. Therefore, purchasers shall make their own tests to determine suitability for their use. These products are offered for industrial and related uses (e.g. research and development) only. However the user must take the necessary precautions appropriate for products containing chemicals. This description does not imply the absence of any patents, the responsibility whatsoever solely rests with the user.