ULTRAFIP 627 is a liquid product, suitable for all metals, specific for the removal of polishing pastes and heavy greases.
It is used with excellent results in electroplating for costume jewelery details and in the eyewear and cutlery industry.
Thanks to its particular formulation, free from boron, EDTA, chlorinated or petroleum solvents, it does not oxidize brass or copper, even with long periods of contact. The use of ultrasound enhances its cleaning power.
Usage and Applications
ULTRAFIP 627 is used in immersion tanks, possibly with ultrasound.
Good degreasing results can already be obtained at temperatures of 60-65 ° C; for situations of heavy dirt
(eg polishing pastes containing adhesives, very difficult to remove) it may be necessary to operate a
temperatures up to 75 and 80 ° C.
ULTRAFIP 627 is used in aqueous solution, by immersion, under the following operating conditions:
Bath temperature: 50 - 80 ° C
Treatment time: 3 - 30 minutes
Bath formation 10 - 60 g / l
Control of bathing
Using a graduated pipette, take 20 ml of the bath cooled at room temperature and place them in a 250 ml beaker.
Add about 50 ml of demineralized water and 3-4 drops of phenolphthalein indicator.
The solution will turn pink.
Titrate with 0.1 N hydrochloric acid slowly until pink to colorless and read the ml of hydrochloric acid
consumed, which represent the bathroom score.
A bath prepared at a concentration of 20 g / l will have a score of 8 ml.
For each missing point add 2.5 kg of product per 1000 kg of bath.
Removal of whole and emulsifiable oils, fats and processing pastes
Removal of polishing pastes from parts and small parts
Removal of interoperational, protective, polymer films and silicones
Etching, pre-painting, pre-conversion treatments
Cleaning of plastics and glass
Interoperational or final cleaning of the product
Alkaline product, based on soaps, surfactants, sequestrants, alcohol and amines, free of mineral salts. Suitable for the removal of oils, greases, polishing pastes, tumbling, lapping, from stainless steel, aluminum, plastic. On brass and copper it also exerts a deoxidizing and whitening action. The surface remains hydrophobic.