A concentrated oil and grease solvent and emulsifier. Penetrates, dissolves and flushes away dirt from machinery, floors and equipment. Emulsion Degreaser will not flash ignite below its boiling point (210 degrees F.) and is self exinguishing.
|Appearance: Clear Amber Oil||Solubility: Excellent|
|Density: 8.00 Lbs./Gal.||pH Level: 11|
|Odor: Mild Solvent||Foaming: Low|
|Flash Point: None To Boiling Point||Stability: Stable|
Spray or mop Emulsion Degreaser over surface to be cleaned. If grease buildup is thick, score with a wire brush and mix with cleaner. Allow Emulsion Degreaser to stand for 10 minutes then hose off with water, preferably a pressure washer type system. Emulsion Degreaser can be used as a presoak or pretreat prior to cleaning with steam. For milder soils Emulsion Degreaser can be diluted with 10 parts of water. At this dilution can be used in tanks or for swabbing off surfaces. Emulsion Degreaser can be used safely on ferrous metals and is excellent for degreasing concrete floors prior to painting. It can also be used on engine blocks, chassis, machinery and shop floors.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes. For contact with skin, flush with water. For contact with eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention. If swallowed drink two glass of water and induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention. After vomiting, give water, milk or solution of sodium bichromate in water (1 teaspoon per quart). Do not give anything to an unconscious or convulsing person. Caution, contains heavy aromatic naphtha.
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