2/28/2013

Cleaning Prior to PVC Coating

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The company’s deconex cleaners are formulated for residue-free cleaning of substrates prior to physical vapor deposition coating.

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The company’s deconex cleaners are formulated for residue-free cleaning of substrates prior to physical vapor deposition coating. They are suited for cleaning steel, carbine and aluminum.

 

Used in spray cleaning systems, deconex HT 1153 is a mildly alkaline detergent with high degreasing power, while deconex HT 1510 is highly alkaline and highly concentrated with high degreasing power. deconex AntiCorr Plus is a salt-free, non-foaming corrosion inhibitor for steel materials that will help prevent corrosion in final spay rinsing.

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