(Perchloroethylene) Used to clean coils and generators.
Used as a heat-transfer fluid mainly in the transportation industry.
A blended solvent used in removing carbon and soil from parts. Fast drying and leaves no residue.
A heavy duty tar like substance that protects parts while being stored in inclement weather.
Removes a protective coating (solvacote) from parts that have been stored.
Ninety-two (92) percent of toluene is used as a component of gasoline. One percent of toluene is used in solvents in paints, inks, adhesives, and cleaning agents, and in chemical extractions. The remainder is used in the chemical synthesis of benzene, urethane foams, and other organic chemicals
Used primarily as a solvent to remove grease from metal parts, particularly in the automotive and metals industries. As a general solvent or as a component of solvent blends, trichloroethylene is used with adhesives, lubricants, paints, varnishes, paint strippers, pesticides, and cold metal cleaners.
A Non-chlorinated product used in removing brake fluid, grease and oil contaminates from brake linings and drums. No need for mechanical scrubbing with this product, leaves no residue, parts dry fast and clean without having to disassemble the brake unit.
Used as a heat-transfer fluid, in aircraft and runway de-icing mixtures, to provide freeze-thaw stabilization to latex coatings and to improve flexibility and drying time on oil paints, etc.
A blended super strength solvent cleaner used to remove glue substances and does not contain ketones that will attack plastic surfaces.
99% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
Methyl ethyl ketone used as a solvent for coatings, adhesives, magnetic tapes, printing inks, pesticide formulations;