Tag Archive | "remove silicone oil"

Alconox, Inc. at Cosmoprof North America 2018

Join Alconox, Inc. at Cosmoprof North America in Las Vegas, July 29-31, 2018.  When you’re at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, stop by booth #41455. Alconox, Inc. cosmetic cleaners make short work of titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, silicone and other hard-to-clean residues. Our fast-acting, fragrance-free cosmetic cleaners also remove dyes, petrolatum, and fragrances even in the most demanding cosmetic cleaning applications.

Read the full story

Posted in Cosmetic, NewsComments (0)

How to Clean Mold Release Agent from HDPE parts?

Q. We are looking for a product that will allow us to clean mold release agent from the surface of molded HDPE parts. A. The best way to reliably remove silicone based mold release agents is to immerse the HDPE parts in very hot (170ºF) 2% Alconox detergent followed by a very hot (170ºF) rinse, ideally both in ultrasonic tanks. After the first very hot rinse, normal ambient temperature rinsing can be done. This can also be done with stiff brushes, but of course protective equipment must be worn.

The theory behind this is that …

Read the full story

Posted in Alconox, Detonox, Manual Lab Cleaning, Medical DeviceComments (0)

Wikipedia

Removing Silicone Oil from Polyimide Surfaces

Q. How do you remove silicone oil from polyimide surfaces during a lamination process (polyimide bonded to Inconel metal foils)? The oil is only contacting the polyimide. What can be used to clean this polyimide surface that will leave behind no residue?

Read the full story

Posted in Alconox, Citranox, Detonox, Medical DeviceComments (0)