Process2Clean 5 Details

Process2Clean 5 Details

Description

Process2Clean 5 Neutral pH Cleaner and/or Additive is a high performance and concentrated neutral pH additive detergent that is capable of removing of a wide array of residues. This detergent’s stabilized formula with surfactants and chelating agents is a uniquely blended high performance and concentrated neutral pH additive/detergent that is capable of removing a wide array of the most tenacious and insoluble residues, and can be used as a stand-alone cleaner or as an additive to improve the cleaning performance of all VAI® cleaners. Process2Clean 5 is phosphate free, is low foaming at elevated temperatures, has excellent wetting ability, and is free rinsing.

Process2Clean 5 material compatibility at recommended use dilutions: most all substrate material.

Process2Clean 5 cleaning residue specialties: oils, waxes, greases, petrolatum-based products, coatings, emulsions, and most all other types of inorganic materials.

Process2Clean 5 applications: recirculated systems, soak tanks, and spray or manual cleaning.

Additional Information

  • Specifications
    • Characteristic: Neutral pH
    • Clarity: Clear
    • Appearance: Yellow
    • Odor: Slight chemical characteristics
    • Specific Gravity: 0.990 – 1.100
    • pH (1% solution) : 7.5 – 9.0
    • Conductivity (1% solution): 0.05 – 0.20 mS
    • P Content: 0.00%
    • Detergency: Excellent
    • Solubility: Miscible with water
    • Foaming: Minimal to none – 120° F Cloud Point – offers foam below that set point and no foam realized above that set point for automated cleaning applications
    • Storage Recommendation: Ambient
  • Technical Documents

    SDS/SB258

    Process2Clean-5_SDS-VEL-017-North-American-English-NAE_v4.1.pdf
    Translations available in the following languages:

    Process2Clean-5_SDS-VEL-017-North-American-English-NAE_v4.1-1.pdf
    Translations available in the following languages:

    Product Videos

    Process2Clean

    Technical Reports

    Process2Clean_5_TDF_09Aug2019.pdf