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iBiotec NEUTRALENE 630 chlorinated solvents substitution

REPLACEMENT OF Perchloroethylene

Trichloroethylene and Dichloromethane

IMMEDIATE SUBSTITUTION
of CHLORINATED SOLVENTS
(PER or PCE - TRI - DCM)
and FORMALDEHYDE
CMR

 

NEUTRALÈNE® 630

 

 

 

  

   

 

EQUIVALENT SOLVENT POWER
Degreasing of metals
Removal of polymers

 

REDUCTION IN OPERATING COSTS
Decrease in consumption
High settling power
Recyclable by distillation, reusable

 

ELIMINATION OF SANITARY and ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS

 

REMOVAL OF COMPANY
DIRECTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY with regard to
safety obligations related to CMR solvents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFECTS OF HALOGENATED SOLVENTS ARE NOT ONLY A TOXICOLOGICAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN

 

 

Jacques P. TARDIF 

Technical Director

Halogenated solvents include any chlorinated, brominated or fluorinated solvents. The most common are dichloromethane (DCM), perchloroethylene (PER), trichloroethylene (TCE) n.bromopropane (nPB), hydrofluorocarbons (HFC), and hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs).

 

They all have a major defect, which is their density

DCM 1330 kg/m3    TCE 1500 kg/m3    TCE  1620 kg/m3    nPB  1350 kg/m3    HCFC up to 3660 kg/m3

However, the density of pollutants that they are supposed to degrease or clean is much lower, for example, mineral oils, lubricating cutting or greasing oils have an average density of 900 kg/m3.

Halogenated solvents therefore have a strong natural ability to release the pollutants they dissolved on the surface, even before their saturation rate.

This is the main reason why vapour phase degreasing machines are used; during the emersion of the degreased parts, supernatant pollutants are redeposited, and hence the need for rewashing (the term used can also be rinsing), to finally obtain clean parts.

Some users think that the vapour phase can very significantly reduce the loss of solvent by evaporation. This is true during working hours. However, in the event of machine shutdown, especially at weekends, evaporation losses are enormous, especially if the solvent is hot.

When using a low density solvent, the phenomenon is exactly the opposite. Pollutants decant in the bottom of the tank or machine. The surface solvent saturates much more slowly.

 

REGULATORY MONITORING

Substitution of chlorinated solvents during degreasing operations in metalwork

 

Since April 2018, the National Technical Committee for Metallurgical Industries (CTNA) and the CNAM have adopted recommendation R.501 concerning the replacement of Trichloroethylene, Perchloroethylene and Dichloromethane for manual degreasing operations, identified by Risk No. 284 BI.

As a result, "the company director must provide valid justification if it is technically impossible to replace chlorinated solvents"

NEUTRALENE 630 offers an immediate solution.

 

 Download Recommendation R.501

 

 

Download our product catalogue - Edition March 2019 

 

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