Contact and Precision Parts Cleaner

Product Data Sheet Material Safety Data Sheet (bulk) Material Safety Data Sheet (aerosol)

Description
This product is a non-flammable, ozone-safe, rapid drying, EPA SNAP approved, alternative safety solvent furnished in bulk or a convenient aerosol can. It contains no CFC’s or petroleum distillates and has a 36,200 volt dielectric strength (ASTM D-877).

It has a powerful flushing action that penetrates and removes grease, grime, dirt, tar, wax and other contaminants from electrical equipment and motors, while energized.

Benefits

  • Fast drying
  • Non-flammable
  • Non-conductive
  • Powerful cleaning action
  • Leaves absolutely no residue

Applications

For use by:

  • Boat Yards
  • Industrial Operations
  • Construction Companies
  • Engine & Motor Rebuilders
  • Air Conditioning Maintenance
  • Machine Shops
  • School Bus Yards
  • Oil Field Services
  • Equipment Manufacturers

For use on:

  • Gears
  • Windings
  • Generators
  • Engine Parts
  • Printing Equipment
  • Production Machinery
  • Relays
  • Motors
  • Starters
  • Bearings
  • Gas, Water and Electric Meters
  • Assemblies of Electrical Equipment

Key Physical Characteristics

Physical Property Typical Value
Boiling Point 188° F
Color Clear liquid
Flash Point (TCC) None
Odor Slight solvent odor
Percent Volatile 100%
Solubility in Water Insoluble
Specific Gravity, (H20=1) 1.45
Vapor Density (Air=1) Approx. 4.5
Vapor Pressure 59 mm Hg @ 20°C
VOC Content 1450 grams/liter

Safety and Handling Precautions
Good ventilation is a must. Use self-contained, breathing apparatus if above TLV. Solvent resistant gloves and safety glasses, with splash protection, are required. All used and unused product should be disposed of in conformance with local, state and federal regulations. Keep out of reach of children. Treat this chemical with respect and follow all MSDS instructions.

Packaging

Product Name Part No.Packaging Packaging
PHASE II 1290-55 55 Gal. Drum
PHASE II 1290-5 5 Gal. Pail
PHASE II 1290-4 4 x 1 Gal. Case
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