Aquawash 317

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Water dilutable Ink Cleaner concentrate (1:1 to 1:2), ideal for textile, UV graphics and some solvent based industrial inks. CPS Aquawash 317 is part of the CPS Green Screen range as a concentrated ink cleaner that is diluted 1:1 and up to 1:2 with water. Provides screen printers with a low COD and low VOC Aquawash for manual and automatic machine cleaning (EN12921-3:2005 compliant) of textile, UV graphics and some solvent based industrial inks. Concentrates make ink cleaning a more sustainable process as less packaging is used and the carbon footprint is reduced as less product needs to be delivered to you. 1 litre of product gives you up to 3 litres of working product for cleaning.

CPS Aquawash 317 is a water dilutable screen wash designed to remove most ink types, especially UV and Plastisol.

Flashpoint: 100°C (212°F)
Hazard-label free
Very low VOC
Very low odour
Water-dilutable
Dilute up to 1:2 with water and use to dissolve the ink. Remove fully with water. If the ink is dry and difficult to remove, a lower dilution may be required. For best results, dilute 1:1.
Features

* Very low VOC
* Water-dilutable
* Very low odour

Benefits

* Lower emissions
* Economical
* Pleasant working environment

All sectors of the industry, but exceptionally good for the removal of UV and plastisol inks.
Available as a ready to use product in 1 litre, 5 litre, 25 litre & 210 litre pack sizes*.

*CPS endorses best industry practice and manual handling of 25 and 210 litre containers should be risk assessed and suitable controls put in place. Use of mechanical handling equipment may be necessary.
Flashpoint: 100°C (212°F) Sh CC (Setaflash closed cup)*.
VOC/Litre: 40 grams/litre (EU)**
Evaporation Rate: <1
COD: Neat: 1505 g/l 1:1: 753 g/l 1:2: 502 g/l
Hazard Label: None

*Industry Standard For Machine Cleaning:

The European Standard EN12921-3:2005 specifies that flammable cleaning liquids have a flash point at least 15°C above ambient working temperatures (40°C) and recommends a flash point of greater than 55°C for machine cleaning.

**Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC):

EU VOC is calculated from vapour pressure and physical properties of the raw materials.
US standard ASTM D2369 relates to the test method used to calculate the VOC under the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) regulations for cleanup solvents used in screen printing.

Read safety data sheet for full physical properties.
All sectors of the industry.

Q: What is the definition of VOC?

A: VOC (Volatile Organic Compound). Any chemical compound based on carbon chains or rings (and also containing hydrogen) with a vapour pressure greater than 2 mm of Mercury (0.27 KPa) at 25°C, excluding Methane. In English this means low boiling point liquids (less than around 150°C) that are commonly used as solvents.

These materials readily evaporate into the air and so can enter the body by inhalation.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

CPS endorses best industry practice that operators should wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling all chemical products, even those classified as 'non-hazardous'. Recommended PPE for CPS Products includes gloves and safety glasses (or goggles when handling larger quantities).

Read Safety Data Sheet for full protection information.

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