The Tergo™ Chlorine Free Low VOC Particulate Removal Fluid is a versatile light-duty particle rinse and mild degreaser. It is engineered for regions where the environmental regulations are most stringent, such as in Europe and Southern California.
Key Benefits of the Tergo™ Chlorine Free Low VOC Particulate Removal Fluid—
- Gentle cleaning with extraordinary materials compatibility
- Nonflammable for maximum safety
- Extraordinary Wetting and Cleaning Due to Inherent, Natural Chemical Characteristics
- Low Global Warming Potential (GWP)
- Low Volatile Organic Compound Ingredients (VOCs)
- Easily recycled and reclaimed
The Tergo Chlorine-Free Low VOC Rinse Agent is a proprietary azeotrope of fluorocarbons and ethanol. It is ideally suited for use in a vapor degreaser in regions where low VOC fluids are required. The product also features a very low global warming potential and contains no free chlorine, which can be important in certain regions of the world. Its unique properties include a high density, low viscosity, and low surface tension for better wetting which results in highly effective particulate removal and light degreasing.
This product offers improved solvency for polar soils while maintaining excellent compatibility with most plastic, ceramic, and metal components. Typical applications include precision and specialty cleaning and rinsing for removal of particulate, fingerprints, and light soils from metal, plastic, and glass parts. Most plastics and elastomers also can be safely cleaned in Tergo Chlorine-Free Low VOC Rinse Agent. These include polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, ABS, PET, PEEK and acrylic. Tergo Chlorine-Free Low VOC Rinse Agent is compatible with most metals and alloys.
The cleaner can replace hydrofluoroethers (HFEs),hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and perfluorocarbons (PFCs) in many applications. Tergo Chlorine-Free Low VOC Rinse Agent is accepted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Significant New Alternatives Program (SNAP) program as a substitute for ozone-depleting substances.