2/18/2019

Hubbard Hall Aquaease Cleans Variety of Alloys

Originally titled 'Cleaning Chemistry Removes Variety of Soils'
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PMTS 2019: Hubbard Hall’s aqueous cleaning chemistry, Aquaease 2289, is said to help improve productivity.

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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. 

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