Chemical Release Agent 25lt or Available in 210Ltr Barrels
Easylease is a chemical release agent specifically formulated to give easy release of formwork and high quality surface finishes to concrete. Fast drying capability. N.B Easylease is not suitable for the Production of Pre-Cast Concrete
Easylease is suitable for use with all types of formwork.
It is a suspension and sediment free, highly mobile liquid, which can be used in very fine sprays without clogging the jets.
Has no unpleasant odour even when using a fine fog spray.
Very economic coverage rates can be obtained without difficulty.
Retains its mobility at low temperatures.
It may be applied immediately prior to casting, or treated forms may be left until apparently dry.
Widespread experience shows that treated forms can be exposed to weather for 14 days
without re-treatment to give the usual excellent results.
Continued use gives progressively better results on timber formwork.
Dries in 1-2 hours to give a safe walking surface on soffits shutters which are not affected by
Can be used with either grey or white cement, also concretes containing pigments.
Provides a quick, positive release of formwork, reducing labour costs and damage to formwork and moulds.
Drastically reduces the incidence of blowholes, surface blemishes and staining.
It is an effective rust inhibitor
Appearance: Clear, straw, low viscosity liquid.
Specific Gravity: 0.817 @ 20oC
Flash Point: 48oC
Viscosity: 2.69 cSt @ 20oC
Freezing Point: -30oC
Storage Life: Indefinite in manufacturer’s sealed containers
Do not dilute, apply a thin and even coat to clean form for optimum performance. Use Opus spray
equipment, brush, swab, roller or squeegees. For new ‘unsealed’ timber forms pre-treatment is
recommended with a second coat applied prior to use. Should extensive reuse be required, coat
new timber with Formcoat.
25 to 60 m2/litre dependant upon type of form, porosity, texture of surface and ambient temperature.
Opus Easylease products in manufacturer’s sealed drums require no special storage facilities. This
type of material should be applied in well ventilated areas. Keep away from naked flames, electrical
equipment, foodstuffs and children.
These materials do not constitute a health hazard and do not promote a carcinogenic reaction
provided reasonable care is exercised according to Health & Safety regulations.