The popular “drop in” substitute for Trichloroethylene and other chlorinated solvents used for oxygen cleaning.
EnSolv® solvents have been used in the oxygen systems industry for many years to clean tubing, components, cylinders and any other parts that may come into contact with liquid or gaseous oxygen. Since its introduction in 1995, EnSolv has remained the highest quality and most stable nPB solvent in the industry.
While at one time 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, HCFC-141b or Freon were the standard cleaning agents for oxygen breathing systems, EnSolv has since been proven to clean equally as well. In fact, NASA has used EnSolv to clean rocket boosters prior to filling them with highly reactive and explosive hydrogen peroxide fuel.
EnSolv® has been independently tested and found to conform to the SAE ARP1176 cleanliness level standards and is listed in the Compressed Gas Association’s Directory of Cleaning Agents for Oxygen Service.
EnSolv® is recognized and used internationally as a preferred cleaning agent for oxygen systems by many of the leading compressed gas supply companies.
EnSolv® conforms to SAE ARP1176 cleanliness level standards.
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Cleaning for Oxygen Service By Phil Dale