KYZEN to Show Safe Solvent Alternative for nPB, TCE and More


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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, will exhibit with its distributor Vibra Finish in booth #2795 at the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS), scheduled to take place September 30 – October 3, 2019 at The International Centre in Toronto, Ontario. The KYZEN team will showcase METALNOX M6900 and METALNOX M6310

METALNOX M6900 is a safe solvent alternative drop-in replacement for nPB, TCE and other similar solvents in many cleaning applications. M6900, engineered for traditional vapor degreasing systems, is very effective on a variety of oils, greases and additional soils common to aerospace, automotive and other precision metal manufacturing applications.

METALNOX M6310 is a mild alkaline, aqueous metal parts cleaning chemistry designed to remove machining oils, burned on carbon and other manufacturing soils from all types of metal substrates. M6310 is highly effective on tungsten carbide and other metals susceptible to chemical attack.

For more than 40 years, the CMTS audience from within Canada’s leading industries including automotive and aerospace have come together to source solutions and knowledge from the global leaders in machine tools and tooling, metalworking, and advanced manufacturing.

About KYZEN

KYZEN is a global leader in providing environmentally responsible, RoHS compliant precision cleaning chemistries for industries ranging from electronics and advanced packaging to metal finishing and aerospace applications. Since its founding in 1990, KYZEN’s innovative cleaning technologies, scientific expertise and customer support have been repeatedly recognized with the industry’s most prestigious awards. For more information, visit www.kyzen.com.

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