Liquid Oxygen Validation Solvent

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2996-G Liquid Oxygen Validation Solvent - 1 gal (3.8L) 1 $1,111.21
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Techspray Liquid Oxygen Validation Solvent is a proprietary azeotropic blend designed specifically for effective cleaning and validation of NASA propulsion oxygen systems hardware. This unique formulation is non-combustible and exhibits good material compatibility, oxygen system compatibility and high cleaning effectiveness. It is an ideal AK-225 replacement in systems where high cleaning efficiency and high non-volatile residue removal are required.

Features & Benefits

• Cleaning solvent for critical cleaning applications
• Meets SAE ARP1176
• Evaluated and tested in NASA/TP-2015-218207
• Non combustible
• No ozone depleting chemicals, low global warming potential
• Azeotropic composition provides excellent composition stability
• Designed for use in oxygen system cleaning
• Removes particulates and debris
• Removes fluorocarbon greases and oils used to lubricate fittings
• Low toxicity
• Fast drying
• Very low non-volatile residue for maximum performance and safety
• Maximum performance and safety

 

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