MIL-PRF-TYPE II Holiday Savings!

 

Happy Holidays from Ecolink!

We’re passing on this amazing end of the year deal on to you! Ecolink is offering a special holiday deal on our New II!!

 

This environmentally preferred parts cleaner is an exceptional solvent degreaser formulated without chlorinated solvents or other hazardous ingredients. The base for New II is a unique high-grade hydrocarbon that provides its strength, has no odor and has a high flash point, allowing safe use on all types of mechanical apparatus. With its high flash point, NEW II provides an unprecedented degree of user safety.

 

NEW II Environmentally Preferred Parts Cleaner is strong enough to remove grease, fuel oil, carbon and organic resins yet safe on most plastic and rubber surfaces. Unlike other solvents, NEW II can be used without extensive protective equipment. Common sense chemical precautions required. (See MSDS).

Benefits

  • Odorless
  • Contains no water
  • Fully evaporative, leaves no residue
  • No hazardous ingredients as defined by the EPA
  • Meets all requirements to MIL-PRF-680A, Type II
  • Conforms to numerous corrosion test requirements
  • High flashpoint

Applications
Use undiluted. NEW II works very well in a drum mounted parts washer or any immersion tank. (Not for use in high pressure enclosed cabinets.) You may also spray or wipe NEW II on a surface to be cleaned. Oil, dirt and carbon will flow off surface. If additional cleaning is required, re-apply and agitate with rag or brush. To speed evaporation, use compressed air or wipe with a dry rag.

odorless environmentally preferred parts washer

 

Want to read more about this degreaser parts cleaner? Check out more information on its product page!

Already read enough and ready to speak to someone about how to get the ultimate stocking stuffer? Contact Jackie at (800) 563-1305 or you can email her at jhooper@ecolink.com!

 

Don’t let this deal pass you by! Ask our team today how you can receive this product just in time for the holidays!

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