SOME QUESTIONS FROM OUR USERS:
How do I get rid of
the "oily film" on the parts?
The film is not really oil, but a thin layer of CLEANER
10. Reduce the film by diluting CLEANER
10 with water. Or rinse with fresh water. For "super
clean" surface, use deionized or distilled water.
I get Cleaner 10 to clean faster or better?
Follow the "CATT Theory":
Adjust these for best cleaning/cost.
Add brushing, wiping, pressure.
NOTE: Call factory for
our complete line of Cleaning Tanks.
How can I stop the foaming bubbles?
Ask your Sales Rep for Anti-Foam Additive. Or add few drops of Silicone
Lubricant. On next order ask for CLEANER
10LF, which is Low Foaming formula.
I stop rusting?
CLEANER 10 has
slight built-in rust inhibitor, therefore do not rinse off. Dry parts
faster. (Rust forms in presence of ionized salt, water and time. Reduce
time by drying promptly.) On next order, ask for CLEANER
10RI with Rust Inhibitor.
I get it to dry faster?
Dilute with water. Raise temperature. Use hot water rinse.
Use cold/hot air dryer.
I tell how strong my solution is?
Measure pH with meter or color strips. Call
your Sales Rep or factory for these.
|The pH of CLEANER
should I change my solution?
Depends on how often you use it. Good rule is change when cleaning speed
is reduced, or pH is 1.0 point below start strength. Make record of how
long this is and use as future guide.
How do I dispose of used solution?
Stop agitation; allow oil to float to top and separate. Skim off with
towel, can, or skimmer. Dispose of oil as "oily waste" or
filter and add back to cutting oil supply. Many times it is not
necessary to dispose of CLEANER 10;
just add concentrate to make up for evaporation and draw-off. To dispose
of unusable solution, check with local authorities and pour down drain
(if permitted~. Dispose as "waste water". Add to your own
"waste coolant" storage.