1/4/2016

Alustar 100 Cleaner for Aluminum and Nonferrous Alloys

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Bio-Circle, a division of Walter Surface Technologies, offers Alustar 100 to its environmental line of cleaners and degreasers that is specifically optimized for cleaning and degreasing aluminum in automated and ultrasonic parts washers.

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Bio-Circle, a division of Walter Surface Technologies, offers Alustar 100 to its environmental line of cleaners and degreasers that is specifically optimized for cleaning and degreasing aluminum in automated and ultrasonic parts washers.

This product is an extension of the Star-branded portfolio and is a great choice for companies looking to reduce operational costs and improve health and safety in the workplace, according to the company. Not only is Alustar 100 a mild alkaline cleaner, the product is longer lasting than competing powders or liquids, which allows for a shorter cleaning time.

The cleaner/degreaser leaves a low residue finish, allowing it to meet some of the strictest cleaning requirements in the industry, the company says. It is also specifically formulated with Low Energy Surfactant (LES), the most advanced surfactant technology on the market. These surfactants can clean and degrease in hot parts washers at lower temperatures. 

 

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