Neoklene S8000 is a cleaner, degreaser can be used at room temperature but can also be used heated up to 70c capable of removing machining and pressing oils from ferrous and non-ferrous components. This makes the product ideal for use in conjunction with room temperature blacking process etc.
Directions For Use
This cleaner, degreaser is used as supplied or diluted up to 50% with water for use at room temperature or at 10-20% with water when used heated. It is important to maintain the strength of the Neoklene s8000 by removing 10% of the working solution every 1 to 2 weeks and replenishing with fresh material. Components being removed from the cleaner should be totally water wetted with no signs of water breaks, if this occurs the surface is not clean and requires further degreasing with a fresh make-up of Neoklene S8000.
Appearance: Red liquid
Odour: Mild detergent
Specific Gravity: 1.05
Solubility: Complete with water
Flammability: Non flammable
pH of Concentrate: Above 12
Use Concentration: Neat or 50/50 with water
Corrosive Action: Care should be taken with aluminium and its alloys
Recommended Storage of Handling Materials: Mild steel or suitable grade polypropylene
Packaging: 25, 205 or 1000 litre IBC’s (polyethylene)
Recommended Shelf Life: 18 months
This product has a UN1760 number and must be transported using specialist carriers.
Irritant – contains surfuctants and 10 – 20% di propylene glycol monomethyl ether, irritating to eyes and skin. Keep out of reach of children, wear suitable gloves, do not mix with other chemicals unless specifically directed.
Simply wash splashes from skin with water. For splashes to eyes flush thoroughly with water. If swallowed do not induce vomiting, give water to drink. Medical attention is recommended following contact with eyes or if swallowed.
Small spillages may be flushed to foul sewer with plenty of water, larger spillages should be absorbed with mineral absorbent and collected up for disposal.
No condition or warranty is to be implied from the foregoing information.
Updated. April 2006