EnSolv® is the perfect direct replacement for TCE, Perchloroethylene, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane and other hazardous vapor degreasing and general use solvents for critical applications such as oxygen service, precision optics, medical devices, high vacuum components and electronics. EnSolv® is a superior cleaner for oxygen service lines and components that leaves virtually no residue and conforms to SAE ARP1176. It is an excellent choice for removal of a wide range of organic soils by vapor degreaser, ultrasonic cavitation, dip tank, flushing or hand wiping. EnSolv® is a patented azeotropic mixture that can be distilled and reused through numerous cycles before it needs to be replaced. Although Enviro Tech offers stabilizer booster in 5-gallon pails, the synergistic action of EnSolv’s patented stabilizer package typically precludes the need to ever add stabilizers to maintain the integrity of the solvent through normal use.
EnSolv® is compatible with all metals and many plastics and other materials typically cleaned in vapor degreasers, ultrasonic tanks or manually. For a full list of compatibility recommendations, refer to the “Materials Compatibility” document available for download at www.envirotechint.com. Any materials not listed in this document should be tested for compatibility in the conditions of use.
HEALTH & SAFETY
EnSolv® is a non-flammable, non-carcinogenic solvent mixture that is safe to use in many applications. Enviro Tech recommends that safe work practices are implemented whenever handling chemicals of any kind to minimize exposure levels and prevent toxic effects.
Please refer to the EnSolv® Material Safety Data Sheet or the EnSolv FAQs on the website for more specific information on workplace exposure levels, toxicity and personal safety recommendations.
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Vapor degreasing is a very efficient and cost-effective way for dissolving contaminants on a variety of work pieces. Compared with traditional degreasing methods, Enviro Tech’s process is safer and more streamlined. In short, it works like this: