AESUB Orange Scanning Spray

Scanning spray for reflective, transparent or heavily structured surfaces

  • Long-lasting
  • Self-evaporating
  • For precise 3D scanning
  • No cleaning necessary
  • Pigment-free

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Item no.: AES-AESO101, Content: 400 ml

EAN: 4270000746642

  • Long-lasting
  • Self-evaporating
  • For precise 3D scanning
  • No cleaning necessary
  • Pigment-free

Product information & technical details

Item no.: AES-AESO101
Manufacturer No.: AESO101
Manufacturers: AESUB
Content: 400 ml
Product types: 3D Scanners

Description

AESUB Orange is a long-lasting scanning spray that was developed by scanning experts. It is the result of continuous and consistent further development of common scanning sprays on the market.

The scanning spray creates a clean, even coating to ensure a precise and efficient 3D scan, especially on reflective, transparent or highly structured surfaces.

The spray lasts for a long time but evaporates over time so that no extensive cleaning of the object and its surroundings is necessary after scanning.

Hazard and precautionary statements

Signal word : Danger

Precautionary statements:

  • P210 - Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.
  • P211 - Do not spray on an open flame or other ignition source.
  • P251 - Do not pierce or burn, even after use.
  • P410+P412 - Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50 °C/122 °F.

Hazard statements:

  • H222 - Extremely flammable aerosol
  • H229 - Pressurized container: may burst if heated

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