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4/23/2013

No-Phosphate Soak Removes Buffing Compounds

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Anodal Cleaner PMP from Reliant Aluminum Products and Clariant Corp. is a heavy-duty, non-silicated, non-phosphate alkaline soak cleaner effective at removing stamping oils and buffing compounds.

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Anodal Cleaner PMP from Reliant Aluminum Products and Clariant Corp. is a heavy-duty, non-silicated, non-phosphate alkaline soak cleaner effective at removing stamping oils and buffing compounds. The free-flowing powder is compatible with hard water and is said to exhibit superior emulsification and soil-retention properties.

The cleaner is applied in a concentration of 4-8 oz/gal at 120-160°F for 1-10 min using mild steel equipment. It contains biodegradable wetting agents, but solutions may need pH adjustment prior to sewering in order to meet local ordinances, the company says. 

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