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Supplier: Pavco, Inc.
Description: TrueBlue 48 - A concentrated, single dip, blue bright, trivalent chromate that does not require the addition of nitric acid for makeup.
- Type: Surface Treatment
- Industry Applications: Other
Supplier: METALAST International, Inc.
Description: a non-iron, granular oxidizer that is added to sulfuric acid and/or nitric acid to produce an effective deoxidizer for all wrought alloys and some castings. Used at 2-8 oz/gal with 6-10% v/v sulfuric acid, or 3-5% sulfuric acid plus 3-5% nitric acid, or 20-50% nitric acid at room temperature for 1
- Type: Cleaner / Cleaning Agent, Specialty / Other
- Aqueous / Water-based: Yes
- pH: Acid Cleaner / Mild Acid (2 to 5.5 pH)
Description: on aluminum castings. FEATURES AND BENEFITS FAST ACTING Easier and safer to handle than hydrofluoric acid Completely and readily soluble in water Less hazardous to store and handle than strong acids Indefinite shelf life Less fumes when used in conjunction with nitric acid Non
- Type: Etchant / Pickle, Surface Treatment
Description: ) Laser Chemical Polishing Non-Fuming: Operates without toxic nitric oxide fumes. Brilliant Leveled Finish: Bright work of consistent quality. No Nitric Acid, Chromic Acid or Cyanides: Safer operation and easier waste disposal. No complexing agents, chromates or nitrates. Resists Tarnishing
- Type: Cleaner / Cleaning Agent, Descaler / Desmutter / Dioxidizer, Pretreatment / Conditioner, Surface Treatment, Specialty / Other
Description: , bright dipping, anodizing or plating. The function of Deoxidizer 13L, besides deoxidizing and desmutting, is also to inhibit the reformation of the natural oxide film on the aluminum surface. FEATURES AND BENEFITS Ready to use liquid concentrate Mildly acidic as opposed to nitric acid Simple
- Type: Descaler / Desmutter / Dioxidizer, Surface Treatment
Description: Chemical Strippers - Solder Stripper Available in spray and non-spray formulations, Hubbard-Hall's solder strippers are designed for peroxide and/or nitric systems. The line also offers one and two part systems for tin or tin / lead stripping.
- Type: Stripper (Paint, Resins), Surface Treatment
- pH: Acid Cleaner / Mild Acid (2 to 5.5 pH)
- Full Strength (Undiluted) Use: Yes
- Industry Applications: Electrical / Electronics
Supplier: Bionomic Industries
Description: calcining and preparation Precious metals dissolving Acid dipping and pickling of metals Silicon wafer and circuit board etching Nitrite and nitrate chemical production Medicinal production Nitric acid storage and purging
- Scrubber Model: Other
- Orientation: Horizontal, Vertical
- Applications: Explosive Media, General Cleaning, Reclaim / Recycle, Toxic Media, Other
- Separation / Filtration System: Wet Spray, Packed Bed / Column, Other
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Sanchem 1000 deoxidizer/desmutter
Sanchem 1000 deoxidizer/desmutter - Thoroughly removes anodizing and difficult black-brown stains caused by an aggressive alkaline sluminum cleaner . Sanchem 1000 prevents short term surface oxidation making it perfect to passivate the metal prior to anodizing, plating or conversion coating. This nitric acid based deoxidizer contains no fluorides, chromates, or other heavy metals. Studies at Boeing concluded that it will effectively remove anodizing when used at 140F without causing any... (read more)
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GFS Chemicals, Inc.
Domestic Mfg of Rare Earth Salts & Solutions
nitrate in dilute perchloric acid are widely used as etchants in the preparation of printed circuits, for preparation of metal samples, and for cleaning surfaces prior to fabrication by soldering. It is particularly useful for etching nichrome, monel, stainless steel, and many other ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. An etchant that does not contain perchloric acid is also available. . Ceric Compounds as Analytical Reagents . . As a result... (read more)
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Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc.
From initial product development to manufacturing
. In late 2000, Sulzer Orthopedics noticed that a group of metallic acetabular shells with porous backing for osseointegration were failing at high rates. Cambridge Polymer Group was hired, along with other consultants, to investigate the cause of the failure. Scientists at CPG designed new testing protocols and determined that the failure was not due to a manufacturing residue left on the compound, as was previously surmised, but rather was the result in the change of a nitric acid passivation process... (read more)
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Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedure For Graver Membrane Products (.pdf)
Use the following cleaning agents for cleaning filter cartridges. Immerse with cartridge open end up and soak in a container that has the prescribed concentration of the agent for at least 30 minutes. ./21041ff0-1072-4016-8fa6-d89b791580b1. Technical Brief. LIQUID PROCESS FILTERS. GRAVER
Choosing Plastics for Chemical Resistance
. Polyphenylene sulfide demonstrates. agents that bond to the resin and thus exclude. good overall resistance. Its weak points are. interaction of water molecules, improving the. oxidizing acids such as nitric which embrittles. stability of the composite. Thus, physical properties. the material
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the resin beds. The vegetable processing. industry uses caustic solutions as a cleaning agent. Acid and. caustic solutions are used in Clean-In-Place (CIP) systems. to remove residue from process equipment without. dismantling the systems. Solutions of acid and caustic are. used to neutralize waste
How Does a CIP System Work?
applies cleaning is done. 4 tank system. The number of tanks describe how CIP. without removing process components through flush-. media is recovered or what detergents that are used. ing the system with cleaning agents. The following. Above is an example of a 3 tank system. CIP systems. terms
Water-Treatment Costs Decrease and Reliability Increases with UPCORE System (.pdf)
that the investment in rebuilding could. be returned in only two years. Flow per line increased by 40%. DOWEXTM Ion Exchange Resins. Notice: Oxidizing agents such as nitric acid attack organic ion exchange resins under certain conditions. This could lead to. For more information about DOWEX. anything from slight
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Hydrofluoric acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hydrofluoric acid Other names fluoric acid; fluorhydric acid Hydrofluoric acid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Due to its oxidizing properties, hydrogen peroxide is often used as a bleach or cleaning agent.
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5.2.1 Nitric Acid (HNO ). Highly corrosive to eyes, 3 skin, nose, and lungs. 5.2.2 Sulfuric Acid (H SO ). Rapidly destructive to 2 4 body tissue.