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  1. I sure do not need reagent grade PEGMO. I'd be...

    I sure do not need reagent grade PEGMO. I'd be more than happy to get a mix of any thing with a weight of between 200 and 600 as stated in my original post.

    The reason I think a couple bucks is a...
  2. Respectfully, there is a great deal written...

    Respectfully, there is a great deal written already on the internet concerning petrobond usage. I guess I just didn't feel I had the time to write a rehash. I do not intend to use it for iron but...
  3. Trust me. I’ve been at this for few years. I...

    Trust me. I’ve been at this for few years.

    I sure hope someone can help me find PEGMO at reasonable cost. That would be in the dollar or two per pound realm. Boutique sources can be found for...
  4. I took that to mean that it is not known to...

    I took that to mean that it is not known to breakdown into worrisome components. That is different than saying it had been tested under exposure to molten iron. On the other hand it was recommended...
  5. A couple thoughts. According to the MSDS this...

    A couple thoughts. According to the MSDS this material is "stable"

    I will be using it outdoors and will be about 8 feet from the actual pour based on my equipment setup. Almost always there is a...
  6. Realizing how large and diverse the PM membership...

    Realizing how large and diverse the PM membership is, I had hoped there would be someone with a connection who would allow me to buy PEGMO from them at a reasonable cost. The material is not...
  7. For those not inclined to click on the link, it...

    For those not inclined to click on the link, it connects to a paper titled "Mass production of poly(ethylene glycol) monooleate-modified core-shell structured upconversion nanoparticles for...
  8. Well, before I posted here, I had checked Amazon!...

    Well, before I posted here, I had checked Amazon! [also McMaster Carr ;-) ]

    I will see if there could be a clue in the cosmetic manufacturer realm. There does not seem to be much listed in the...
  9. Anyone know of a source for 10-20 pounds of PEGMO Polyethylene Glycol Mono Oleate?

    This common industrial ingredient of cosmetics, animal feeds and many other products would be very useful for me in my foundry for making an oil-bound sand.
    But, I have not been able to locate a...
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