Filter membrane cleaner

  • 09-Feb-2009 03:13 EST
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International Products­' Micro-90 is us­ed to clean industrial filter membranes including those for industrial wastewater generated by an automotive engine plant. A 1% solution of the cleaner not only removes the organics and metals that bind the membranes, but it also provides savings through reduced energy, reduced chemical use, and less downtime. The cleaning concentrate is a mild, yet powerful, chelating detergent containing ionic and non-ionic ingredients that combine to produce a variety of cleaning actions. It lifts, disperses, emulsifies, sequesters, suspends, and decomposes soils, then rinses them away, leaving the surface clean. Its target soils include oil, grease, wax, tar, flux, particulates, hard water stains, and biological debris.

For more information, visit booth 602 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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