Start SFR92 Fluor block

SFR92 – Fluor block, for coating high fluor-gliders, and powders, when humidity is 55-75%

Waxing info

Application of fluor block

Finishing process in glide waxing has a great significance in achieving the optimal glide. Glide waxes alone can not create soft enough and moisture repellent surface in wet conditions. Therefore a ski base with glide wax should be coated with a surface wax that serves the purpose in order to significantly improve glide. 
Start fluor blocks SFR92, SFR99 and fluor molybdenum block BMR5 are coating waxes which lowers the surface tension, which minimizes the liquid friction (suction) between snow and base. 

Fluor powdering is applied by using either hot or cold application techniques depending on the duration of the performance. 


Hot application
 

1. Rub a thin layer of the wax block onto a pre glide waxed base. 
2. Melt the layer with a mild warmth waxing iron, until the wax forms into a smooth layer on the surface of the base.
3. Let it cool down completely and brush off lightly with a finishing brush. 


Cold application 

1. Rub a thin layer of the wax block onto a pre glide waxed base. 
2. Adhere the wax to the base by rubbing with a natural cork and brush lightly with a finishing brush. 

The powder stays on the base for a short performance when applied cold and is therefore best suitable for short distance skiing. 

 

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