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Parts Detergents, Rust Inhibitors, Rust & Scale Removers-Metal Brighteners, Paint and Carbon Removers
Use on all metals. At recommended use dilutions and temperatures, will not corrode or discolor any metal excluding some exotic alloys of aluminum. Use on glass, plastics, and other materials known to be safe in moderately alkaline solutions.
Removes cutting oils, petroleum oils, vegetable oils, paper labels. Removes most other lubricants, drawing compounds, buffing compounds., rust inhibitors, waxes, mold-release agents, and marking inks. Removes many other industrial substances.
Active Components & Performance Properties
Contains buffered alkalies, organic chelants & sequestrants, corrosion preventive, rust preventive, and a synergistic blend of anionic and nonionic wetting agents, penetrants and dispersants. Low viscosity assures instant solubility in hot or cold water and consistently accurate solutions when fed through a metering pump or suction device such as a venturi injector.
At recommended use dilutions, it provides:
Recommended Use Dilutions
Dilute in water to suit the job. The dilution required depends on the quantity and type of dirt, porosity of the surface, temperature, soak time allowed, and degree of agitation applied by the cleaning method used. A test kit is available for checking solution strength by simplified titration. Recommended per gallon of solution...
Use Temperatures & Time Required
Hot solutions, 140F to boil point, provide the most effective cleaning. “Cold” solutions, at ambient temperatures, remove many common industrial substances such as oils, rust inhibitors, and buffing compounds; when used “cold”, higher concentrations and longer time may be needed.
One to 15 minustes is normally required for parts. The time required for equipment varies greatly; some substances are removed instantly on contact, others need hours.
Prevents in-wash rust. Prevents after-wash rust for up to 30 days under common inside storage conditions. But since its cleaning efficiency may approach 100%, additional protection against rust is recommended for longer storage time, for adverse storage conditions, and for some cast iron.
Rust resistance can be improved by washing with a higher concentration of detergent, or by rinsing with a 1% or 2% solution of detergent instead of water only. If maximum cleaning quality is not essential, rust resistance can be improved by reducing concentration, time or temperature, or by omitting rinse, so that less effective cleaning leaves a residual oil film on the surface. If long-term protection against rust is needed, use a suitable rust inhibitor after cleaning.
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