Vapor degreasing is a very efficient and cost-effective way for dissolving contaminants on a variety of work pieces. Compared with traditional degreasing methods, Enviro Tech’s process is safer and more streamlined. In short, it works like this:
- EnSolv®, our patented n-propyl bromide-based solvent, is heated to a vapor, which envelops the solid parts that are suspended in the vapor zone.
- After the vapor is cooled, any dirt and contaminants are washed from the part as EnSolv condenses and is drained back into the vapor degreasing equipment.
EnSolv® Solvent for Vapor Degreasing
EnSolv is a stabilized n-propyl bromide-based vapor degreasing solvent that replaces several vapor degreasing chemicals: trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PERC) and 1,1,1-trichloroethane. EnSolv is compatible with all metals and many plastics and other materials typically cleaned in vapor degreasers.
EnSolv is a patented, azeotropic mixture that can be distilled and reused through numerous cycles before it needs to be replaced. Although Enviro Tech offers stabilizer booster in 5-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums, the synergistic action of EnSolv-5408’s patented stabilizer package typically precludes the need to add stabilizers to maintain the integrity of the solvent through normal use.
NEXT 3000 Brand Fluorinated Solvent
This nonflammable, high-trans fluorinated blend is formulated to meet a wide range of precision cleaning needs. NEXT 3000 is perfectly suited for vapor degreasing in existing equipment, cold wiping applications, oxygen cleaning and many other functions. It can also be used as a carrier fluid for deposition of materials such as silicone and other lubricants.
Additional Vapor Degreasing Services
Enviro Tech also performs comprehensive on-site cleanouts, preventive maintenance and emergency neutralization of vapor degreasers. Our highly trained technicians come to your facility to clean and neutralize your equipment, removing any acidic formations that have accumulated over time. Enviro Tech staff can:
- Perform a complete inspection of your degreasing unit
- Ensure that your unit is operated within its prescribed limits
- Check all indicator lights, controls and gauges
- Execute an acid test
- And more….