TRIKLEAN NON-HAZARDOUS SOLVENT CLEANER

CLEAN, REMOVE, PROTECT.

100% biodegradable. Worker safe. Non-flammable. Non-hazardous.

What is TriKlean

TriKlean Tool Cleaner is specially formulated non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-water based solvent replacement system made from organic sources that is worker safe and easy to use.

It can be used with our non-mechanical, non-heated workstation to clean rollers and tools during lamination or as a gun flush for resin equipment. Cleaning is simple and efficient, there is no need to dry or blow off tools after using TriKlean.

 

TriKlean Application

▪ Continuous duty cleaner for lamination
▪ Cleans rollers, brushes, squeegees, tools, parts etc.
▪ Flushing Chopper Guns
▪ Cleaning out equipment
▪ Many more applications

Safe

TriKlean is Non-flammable, very low toxicity profile and No OSHA PEL or TVL requirements.

Cost Effective

Cost in use 70% lower than acetone. Eliminates hazardous waste. It can outlast 10-15 drums of solvent and it is self recycling.

Dissolves & Protects

TriKlean is an excellent solvenct for all resin systems. It is 11 times more powerful than acetone and the reduce from tools will not affect laminates.

Eco Friendly

TriKlean is 100% Biodegradable and worker safe.

TriKlean Benefits

If you are looking for a safe, cost-effective solution to Acetone and other flammable solvents, we have the answer.

11 times more powerful than Acetone, TriKlean is designed to create a safer working environment without compromising on performance.

It has an extremely low toxicity profile and is non-flammable.

TriKlean works well on all Resin systems as a cleaner and de-greaser.

With Acetone prices on the rise due to the global pandemic, there has never been a better time to try TriKlean.

Effect on Resin Curing

TriKlean Tool Cleaner has been fully evaluated on its effect in resin curing with little to no degradation in quantities as high as 10% of the resin. Residue from rollers will not cause the resin to stop curing like most solvent replacements.

TriKlean will continue to work even with a high resin load. Resin will then finish curing in the workstation and eventually fall through the grid plate to the bottom as a polymerized sedimentation floc. After the resin sediment has cured it can later be disposed of as a solid waste. This process creates no hazardous waste and will greatly reduce costs associated with solvents such as acetone.