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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Anti-corrosion wax

Designation:
Anti-corrosion wax -AKR 321 M15 4-
Anti-corrosion wax -AKR 321 M16 10-
Issued 04.2009
Product description
Anti-corrosion wax -AKR 321 M15 4- and anti-corrosion wax -AKR 321 M16 10- are aerosol wax-based rust-protection agents.
The film which remains after drying is strongly adhesive, tough, plastic, water-repellent and nearly colourless.
The flow point of the dry substance is over +100 °C, meaning that running or dripping is unlikely even in the engine compartment.
The dry film adheres well to untreated and painted surfaces.
Technical data sheet
Application
Used for preserving seams, surfaces and cavities of vehicles.
Its light colour makes it especially suitable for protecting seams on the bonnet and in the boot.
The material is also preferred for preserving the cleaned engine compartment.
Application
  Note
Before using, read the safety measures and recommendations in the safety data sheet.
Even for products which are not required by law to be labelled, the usual safety measures for chemical products must be observed.
–  The parts to be treated with anti-corrosion wax should be cleaned and dried thoroughly beforehand, and any rust must be removed.
–  Shake the can well before use. Spray on anti-corrosion wax and allow it to dry. Do not apply to visible exterior surfaces because the dry film has a flat appearance.
  Caution
If engine compartments of vehicles or other equipment are treated with sealant, the engines should not be switched on until the protective wax film has been allowed to dry thoroughly. (Danger of explosion due to evaporating solvents)
Technical data
   
Colour Transparent in thin coat
Odour Mild odour
Viscosity (DIN 53211, 4 mm) 12-14 seconds
Dropping point Approx. 100 °C
Cleaning With mineral spirits, cold cleaner or kerosene
Working temperature +15 °C to +30 °C
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