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BHC's Range of Precision Cleaning Solutions Designed for Sustainability

BHC's Aquavantage aqueous detergents enable improved parts cleaning and degreasing, broad material compatibility and is said to reduce costs.
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BHC’s Brulin line of cleaners provide safer solutions for aerospace manufacturing and maintenance facilities, and are supported by BHC process specialists. The company also has a line of Aquavantage aqueous detergents, which enable improved parts cleaning and degreasing, broad material compatibility and are said to reduce costs. It also has a range of solvent cleaning options for aerospace. These cleaning solutions were developed in consideration of the user’s soil, equipment and substrates, BHC says.

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