Formulated industrial ultrasonic liquid cleaner.
(one 5-gallon pail)
Removes oils, various polymeric and adhesive residues, paints, and particulates.
Chem-Crest 121 is capable of removing and dispersing oils, various polymeric acid and adhesive residues, paints, and particulates.
Typical Contaminants Removed
Chem-Crest 121 removes oils, various polymeric acid and adhesive residues, paints, and particulates.
Chem-Crest 121 is used as received without further dilution. It can be heated up to 170°F. Consult first with Crest Ultrasonics if the process requires a higher temperature. The product can be re-circulated with filtration using a 3–5 micrometer Teflon® filter.
Chem-Crest 121 is compatible with most metals in general. Aluminum and copper must be tested first. It should not be used on plastics.
Chem-Crest 121 is available in cases of 5 gallons and in 55-gallon containers.
Flash Point: None
Specific Gravity: 1.0 +/- 0.05
ph: 9 +/- 0.8
Solubility in Water: Complete @ RT
(The above are typical values and do not constitute specifications.)
Storage Conditions and Disposal Materials
Avoid freezing conditions. Handle with care. Avoid breakage of containers. The contaminated used material should be handled by a specialized water disposal company. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State, and Local government regulations.
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