Q: We are using isopropyl alcohol to remove residual 3D printed acrylic resin on plastic parts. It works ok, but we are looking to avoid flammability. What can Alconox recommend?
A: Detergent 8® Low-Foaming Ion-Free Detergent is in general the best cleaner we have for removing assorted resins. In some cases….
Q: We currently use Alconox to clean glassware at our facility. Do you have any studies showing potential Alconox detergent residue interaction with organic ketones and/or other organic solvents?
The short answer is that Alconox detergent, like all Alconox Inc. detergent products, are designed to be completely free-rinsing. Therefore leaving no residues to speak of. However, incomplete rinsing can of course happen. So this verification is important.
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Q: I read an article in a trade publication about removing coffin wax from bone using an aqueous degreaser from your company. I can’t really find what product exactly they used. A: Coffin wax or adipocere can also be known as corpse wax, grave wax or mortuary wax, is a wax-like organic substance formed by the anaerobic bacterial hydrolysis of fat in tissue, such as body fat in corpses.