Nasolve Degreasing Solvent

Nasolve Degreasing Solvent

What are VOC’s?

Out on the market currently, there are many industrial degreasing solvents, but within those products there is a really high level of VOCs in those products. What is VOC? Well VOCs are volatile organic compounds that are made of many different chemicals and have extreme health effects that can affect people in the long term as well as in the short term. Most degreasing solvents carry high levels of VOCs, but there are also many products that do not. The Navsolve degreasing solvent prides itself in having lower levels in VOCs than other products on the market and is a smart decision to make a switch from other degreasers.

What are Degreaser Solvents?

Degreasing solvents are a popular used product, a degreasing solvent is a product used to clean surfaces and prepare it to be used for something else. Some industries that utilize degreasers solvents are:

  • Aerospace & Aircraft
  • Automotive
  • Power Plants
  • Paint & Printing companies
  • Electronic Business
  • Military

U.S. Military Study

Navsolve cleans surfaces to be used for painting and other application processes. The U.S. Army conducted a study with our product Navsolve and its effectiveness to clean and repair different equipment on their bases. Some positive properties of Navsolve noted are:

  • Non-offensive odor
  • Non-Carcinogenic
  • Non-Ozone Depleting
  • HAP-free
  • VOC content – 19g/L

Also noting it as a clean air solvent, making it less harmful to the environment and people. Our product has environmentally friendly properties that also shows another reason businesses using regular products should switch over to Navsolve. The conclusion of their study on Navsolve when being used on different aircraft came down to points such as:

  • Improved efficiency of removing hydraulic fluid from composite surfaces and core structure in comparison to other cleaning products.
  • No issues with Navsolve other than longer drying times.
  • POTS results concluded that area cleaned with Navsolve exceeds in strength compared to undamaged area on the item it was tested on.

The Navsolve degreasing solvent is a more environmentally friendly and sustainable degreasing solvent compared to others on the market with high levels of VOCs. VOCs can be harmful to people in the short and long term so deciding to switch to a product like Navsolve can have a positive impact overall on everyone. If the results of the study and other helpful facts seem like switching to Navsolve would be good for you or your company you can follow the link to our product for more information here.

Selecting a Military Grade Gun Cleaner Solvent

Firearms differ in several ways, from their style of construction, to legalities surrounding them, to the manner in which they’re cleaned and prepared for action. When it comes to cleaning guns, the type of solvent you use depends on three main factors, not including unique requirements for cleaning a specific type of gun — requirements that may be found in the owner’s manual.

? Metals and other materials that comprise the weapons
? How firearms are used regarding the soils they collect
? Conditions under which guns are made to perform

Along with information in the owner’s manual, this three-point checklist can be quite helpful for selecting a military grade gun cleaner solvent. Because military grade gun cleaner solvent isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, let’s look at the factors above in terms of the gun cleaning application.

1. Metals and Other Materials That Comprise the Weapon

Many of today’s military firearms are comprised of several materials. One or more types of metal, wood, rubber, and synthetic composites are commonly found on a rifle’s upper and lower receivers — and a composite sometimes creates the body of the gun.

If you’re cleaning a gun that contains multiple materials, you need a military gun cleaning solvent that cleans them without degrading the materials and potentially affecting the performance of the firearm. Ordering a custom solvent is an easy way to ensure the solvent’s formulation is powerful yet safe for cleaning the firearm’s components.

2. How the firearm is used regarding the soils it collects

Some guns aren’t meant to be used in adverse conditions. For example, sniper rifles are precision firearms that usually don’t fire many rounds in a short period of time, and they are often fired from a high perch, far away from the git and grime of ground operations.

Consequently, there often aren’t many soils to remove. However, the gun needs to have old gun oil replaced new oil to keep the gun in good firing order.

3. Conditions under which guns are made to perform reliably

Some guns are the opposite of sensitive, long-range rifles regarding the conditions they’re designed to perform under with great reliably. For example, some assault rifle (AR) models are designed for wet, rugged, forest conditions. You can literally throw them in water or mud, retrieve them, and then start firing again, as before.

These guns often have extra room between parts, so soils that collect on the gears don’t affect the firing function. You may want to clean the gun to a pristine condition, but precision cleaning rough-and-tumble ARs may not be as crucial as precision cleaning a sensitive, long-range rifle.

We Support the Military

Deciding to joined the armed forces is a courageous, life-changing decision — one that often involves using firearms and cleaning them with military grade gun cleaning solvent. If you need solvents that are specially formulated for cleaning military guns, contact Ecolink. We offer eco friendly, military grade gun cleaner solvent that delivers best-in-class results.

To order or request more information about our military grade gun cleaner solvent, please call us today at 800-563-1305, or send us an email through our contact form. We look forward to supporting the firearms cleaning needs of your organization!