A chemical commonly used in paints and adhesives. Can also be used to remove uncured epoxy resin from tools and other items. Common types used in cleaning products are Methyl, Ethyl, and Isopropyl. These are used to increase the solvency and cleaning ability without residue.
Based on a popular aircraft stripping formulation, this specialized stripper is powerful enough to remove the toughest finish.
Protects cooling system of freezing and boiling over.
Trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene (also known as perchloroethylene), and methylene chloride (also known as dichloromethane), are the main solvents in this group. Due to their non-flammability, these compounds have been widely used for cleaning metals in the electronics industry and for dry cleaning of clothes. The use of 1,1,1-trichloroethane was phased out at the end of 1995 under the Montreal Protocol.
Protects fluid from freezing on windshield.
An acetate, or ethanoate, is a salt or ester of acetic acid.
Our Gunwash formula has been tested and perfected for 10 years. It cuts wet and dry paint faster then any other Gunwash available. Premium Quality Gunwash (PGW), is specifically formulated to be the best. Ideal for cleaning spray guns, certain hoses and spraying equipment for oil based paints and Lacquers.
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is a document that contains information on the potential hazards (health, fire, reactivity and environmental) and how to work safely with the chemical product. It is an essential starting point for the development of a complete health and safety program. It also contains information on the use, storage, handling and emergency procedures all related to the hazards of the material. The MSDS contains much more information about the material than the label. MSDSs are prepared by the supplier or manufacturer of the material. It is intended to tell what the hazards of the product are, how to use the product safely, what to expect if the recommendations are not followed, what to do if accidents occur, how to recognize symptoms of overexposure, and what to do if such incidents occur.
An alternative fuel; a liquid alcohol fuel with vapor heavier than air; primarily produced from natural gas a light, volatile alcohol eligible for gasoline blending used as an antifreeze and solvent and fuel and as a denaturant for ethyl alcohol aliphatic alcohol, CH3OH; a colourless, toxic, inflammable liquid, used as a solvent, antifreeze and in the preparation of methylated spirit
Wax, Grease and Silicone remover. Developed to meet all pre-cleaning needs. Mild enough to prep existing finishes while aggressive enough to handle moderate to tough removal jobs.
In a paint booth, the filter acts as an absorbent of paint overspray. Also, paint booth filters are often used to absorb waste solvent from the cleaning out of spray gun equipment. As such, the filters become contaminated with paint and/or spent solvents.
Any chemical derived from crude oil, crude products, or natural gas
Colourless, gaseous hydrocarbon (olefin) obtained from petroleum by cracking alkanes, among other petrochemical processes propylene is the raw material in the manufacture of polypropylene propylene (or IUPAC name propene) is an organic compound having the chemical formula C3h5
Any liquid that dissolves other liquids or solids. Common examples include paint thinners chemical products that are used to dissolve other compounds; typically found in cleaners and used in petrochemical processes