emulsion cleaner

emulsion cleaner

[ə′məl·shən ‚klēn·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A cleaner composed of organic solvents dispersed in an aqueous solution with the aid of an emulsifying agent.
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0% Applications: viscous acid bowl cleaners, acid pickling inhibitors, gel rust removers, acidic vertical surface detergents, acid corrosion inhibitors and emulsion cleaners Comments: A thickening and gelling agent in acid systems.
Description: modified ester Use levels: 5-20% Applications: Low VOC degreaser formulations, including graffiti removers, all-purpose emulsion cleaners, ink and spot removers.
Emulsion cleaners are a compromise between solvent and water-based cleaners.
Applications: Viscous acid bowl cleaners, acid pickling, gel rust removers, acidic vertical surface detergents, corrosion inhibitors and emulsion cleaners.