Removing grease and oils from tubes and pipes requires cleaning both the inside and outside surfaces. Degreasing small diameter curved tubes and pipes is a challenge which requires high temperature and costly equipment. Solvent Kleene, Peabody MA is offering an immersion type degreaser which performs at room temperature and quickly penetrates small and angled tubes and pipes dissolving grease, oils and other soils. D-Greeze™-500 LO is non hazardous and non-HAP offering features and performance which greatly reduce energy and specialized equipment costs. While designed to be a slow evaporator, when quick drying is required it can be instantly blown off using blower generated low pressure high velocity air through an air knife.
- Non hazardous, non HAP
- Performs at room temperature
- Dissolves grease, lube-oils, cosmoline, adhesive deposits and other soils.
- Due to its surface tension it penetrates blind holes, small orifices and other hard to reach surfaces.
- For instant drying use air blow off
- D-Greeze™-500 cleans parts without compromising safety
Minimizes Health and Safety Hazards
D-Greeze 500-LO is a non-hazardous degreaser which contains no halogens, CFCs, or SARA-listed chemicals.
It is non-carcinogenic, non-flammable, non-reactive, and non- corrosive. Additionally, air pollution potential is minimal. Unlike conventional solvents, D-Greeze 500-LO has a very low degree of acute oral and inhalation toxicity and is free of aromatic or chlorinated components.
Meets Federal and State Regulations
Section 313 of the Superfund Amendment and Reorganization Act (SARA) mandates that a facility must report to the EPA the use and release of specific toxic chemicals. D-Greeze 500 does not contain any of the components listed in Section 313 toxic chemical list. And, as defined in the Clean Air Act Amendment of 1990, D-Greeze 500 is not a hazardous air pollutant.
D-Greeze 500-LO contains no aromatics and is non-photochemically reactive which makes it compatible with air quality requirements. With 0.7 vapor pressure at 68°F, it is below the specified limit and meets regulatory exempt status in many states. By comparison, the vapor pressure at 68°F (20°C) of 1,1,1 Trichloroethane is 100 MM Hg.