Hubbard Hall Aquaease Cleans Variety of Alloys
PMTS 2019: Hubbard Hall’s aqueous cleaning chemistry, Aquaease 2289, is said to help improve productivity.
Hubbard Hall Inc.’s aqueous cleaning chemistry, Aquaease 2289, is said to help improve productivity and reduce costs. This product is a water-based acidic soak, ultrasonic, spray cleaner that is used for the removal of a variety of soils and oxides from aluminum, stainless steel, Monel and other high nickel alloys. It is designed to clean, deoxidize and brighten all at once, according to the company.
Machining operations such as turning, milling, drilling and grinding leave traces of contaminants behind on workpieces. Ultrasonic cleaning allows for the removal of coolant, chips, polishing paste and other residue in a quick, reliable and economical manner.
The development of environmentally safe, yet effective solvents has kept vapor degreasing at the forefront of cleaning operations for metalworking.
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