PWR-4 Aviation Degreaser

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2851-20S PWR-4 Aviation Degr - 20oz aerosol 20 oz (567g) 12 $372.48
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Specially engineered aviation degreaser with strong grease removal of hydraulic fluid, fuel oils, lubricating oils and greases, and other organic residues. PWR-4 Aviation Degreaser spray features a powerful, long-reaching spray to clean hard-to-reach parts from as far as 10 feet. Fast evaporating, quick penetrating, and ideal for cleaning aviation parts. VOC compliant for EPA, CARB and SCAQMD.

Passes Boeing D6 17487, Rev T, conforms to all test requirements:
  • Sandwich corrosion test
  • Paint softening test
  • Hydrogen embrittlement test
  • Stress crazing test
Meets Airbus UK ABR9-0140 General Purpose Cleaning Solvents

Meets (modified) MIL-PRF29608 (AS) 2008 – with the exception of flux removal (not tested).

Call-out: FedEx CPN 0311737
 

Features & Benefits

  • Strong cleaner for removing hydraulic and lubricating fluids
  • Powerful spray to clean hard-to-reach parts from as far as 10'
  • Nonflammable, fast-drying and leaves no residue
  • Does not contain n-propyl bromide
  • Dielectric breakdown of 13.7 kV per ASTM D877
  • Compliant with Boeing Spec D6-17487 Rev. T
  • Meets Airbus UK ABR9-0140 General Purpose Cleaning Solvent
  • Patent pending

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