Vapor Degreasing

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Techspray vapor degreasing solvents and cleaners are trusted by companies worldwide. Our precision-V solvents are non-ozone depleting and still get the job done.

Vapor degreasing requires specialized solvents that are azeotropic. Techspray offers AGC AK225 replacement products and our own blends, branded Precision-V.

Because of ozone depletion, AK225 is scheduled for phase-out in the US on January 1, 2015. However, Aerosol AK225-based products manufactured before January 1, 2015, are still available for sale, like our Blue Shower II Cleaner/Degreaser. 

Precision-V is non-ozone depleting, so ideal replacements for cleaners containing Freon, HFC-141b, and AK225. Exposure to Precision-V solvents is less hazardous than many other solvents commonly used in vapor-degreasers: e.g. TCE (Trichloroethylene, CAS #79-01-6), nPB (n-Propyl Bromide, CAS #106-94-5), and Perc (Perchloroethylene, CAS #127-18-4).

Not sure which product is right for your application?  Check out our Vapor Degreaser Product Selection Guide here.

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Precision-V Vapor-Degreaser Flux Remover Precision-V VC-1500 Flux Remover
Powerful vapor degreaser solvent
Precision-V ME1500 Vapor-Degreaser Solvent Precision-V ME-1500 Vapor Degreaser Solvent
High precision vapor degreaser solvent
PWR-4 Flux Remover PWR-4 Flux Remover
Powerful, non-flammable, cost effective flux removal -- safer alternative to nPB
PWR-4 Industrial Maintenance Cleaner PWR-4 Industrial Maintenance Cleaner
Powerful, nonflammable & cost effective cleaner

Articles

Optimizing the Vapor Degreasing Process
Vapor degreasers use a closed-loop system that works very reliably and efficiently as long as it is set-up correctly. If not, you can experience solvent loss, equipment corrosion, loss of cleaning performance, etc. By now, your process team has studied the placement area of the unit as well as performed the basic operational checks and has become thorough...
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Critical Cleaning is Lean
By Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions LLC, guest contributors According to the gospel of Lean Manufacturing, if a company is not lean, it cannot be competitive. The business will fail; workers will lose their jobs. A lean process is value-added; critical cleaning is value-added. Cleaning is removing soil or matter out of place. The soil can be organ...
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Key Operational Checks When Setting Up A New Vapor Degreaser
Vapor degreasers use a closed-loop system that works very reliably and efficiently as long as it is set-up correctly. If not, you can experience solvent loss, equipment corrosion, loss of cleaning performance, etc. In our previous article, we discussed the do’s and don’ts of locating your new vapor degreaser within your facility.  ...
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Finding the Best Location for Your Vapor Degreaser
Vapor degreaser equipment cleans by condensing solvents vapors on the object that it is cleaning. The process is used to clean various materials during manufacturing such as plastic, glass, metal, gold, and ceramic. For more information on the chemistries used for vapor degreasing, check out our vapor degreaser solvents Vapor degreasers use a closed-...
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Vapor Degreasing: The Quick Guide
What is Vapor Degreasing? Vapor degreasing is the cleaning process by condensing solvents vapors on the object that is being cleaned. The process doesn’t require any water or scrubbing. Instead, the machine, a vapor degreaser, uses solvent vapors to cleanse and remove contaminants off of parts. The process is used to clean various materials during man...
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