Aqueous Solvent

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Description
RIP-TIDE is a unique solvent based degreaser which is 100% biodegradable and water soluble. RIP-TIDE is concentrated and forms a stable emulsion when diluted with water.

RIP-TIDE will clean grease, carbon deposits, coal dust, fuel oil and water based paints. Unlike other citrus-based products, RIP-TIDE is non-flammable making itone of the safest and most effective solvents available today.

In addition to these benefits, RIP-TIDE is low-VOC content material, exempting it from many regional air quality restrictions. RIP-TIDE can be disposed of without the expense orproblems usually associtaed with hazardous solvents due to its natural formulation.

Benefits

  • Non-toxic
  • Concentrated
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-flammable
  • No acids, no abrasives
  • Non-caustic, non-corrosive

Applications
Uses for RIP-TIDE inclue power washing, tank cleaning and mechanical application. Dilute with water up to 10:1 for industrial cleaning, depending on the amount of grease or dirt to be removed. It is an excellent general purpose cleaner for any surface that water will not harm.

RIP-TIDE safely cleans rubber and plastic components without causing any deterioration, even after prolonged exposure.

Key Physical Characteristics

Physical Property Typical Value
Boiling Point 214° F
Color Orange
Flash Point 183° F Tag Closed Cup
Odor Mild Citrus
Solubility in Water Complete
Specific Gravity 1.00
VOC Content 51 gm/l
Vapor Pressure >1.0
pH 9 – 10

(N/A = Not Applicable N/E = Not Established)

Safety and Handling Precautions

Maintain adequate ventilation. Rubber or plastic gloves are recommended. Safety glasses are recommended. Wash hands after use. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry area. Keep from freezing. See MSDS and Label before use.

Packaging

Product Name Part No. Packaging National Stock No.
RIP-TIDE 0298-55 55 Gal. Drum 6850-01-394-0161
RIP-TIDE 0298-5 5 Gal. Pail 6850-01-394-0165
RIP-TIDE 0298-1 4 x 1 Gal. Case 6850-01-394-0164
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