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Max-Kleen™ Tri-V removes of all types of soils from
The Max-Kleen™ Tri-V™ Advantage
Max-Kleen Tri-V is a true azeotrope, so both the liquid and vapor phases maintain the same composition. It acts as a single component product, so will not fractionate as it boils. This avoids any performance changes as it is used over a long period of time, or is run through a separate reclamation unit.
Features & Benefits
- Quickly removes all types of tough soils including oxidized oil and grease
- Best product for electronic applications
- Dielectric strength of >30 kV (liquid)
- Full azeotrope
- Does not contain n-propyl bromide, trichloroethylene, perchloroethylene, HAP’s, or any ozone depleting compounds
- Nonflammable, no flash point
- Stabilized for metals such as aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and brass
- Noncorrosive, safe for sensitive metals
- Leaves no residue
- NSF Registered - Nonfood Compounds / Code K1 and K2
- Contacts, relays and switches and fuse blocks
- Controls, conveyors and gear drives controllers
- Programmable logic controllers
Vapor Degreaser Setting Guidelines
- Boiling point – 108°F / 42°C
- Boil sump temp set – 117°F / 47°C
- High solvent temp set – 126°F / 52°C
- Refrigerant high temp set – 99°F / 37°C
- Vapor pressure @ 77°F / 25°C – 405 mm Hg
As with all vapor degreaser equipment and processes, observe all safety precautions, guidelines and operating rules associated with these units. Failure to do so may put operations personnel at risk. Avoid excessive vapor losses, loss of refrigeration, excessive boil sump heat, etc. Make sure all equipment is operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions. If in doubt, contact your manufacturer immediately.
Shipping Name - Cleaning Compound N.O.I.
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