Dev-Kleen 632

 

Dev-Kleen 632 is a low-temperature, highly wetted, non-etching, mildly alkaline soak and/or spray cleaner which provides excellent cleaning ability for all types of soils, including cutting oils, drawing and stamping compounds, coolant residues, greases, buffing compounds, dirt and metal fines. 

                                      

Its a liquid cleaner with high detergency which it can be used to clean steel, copper, brass or aluminum.

 

Dev-Kleen 632 has been specifically designed to be effective at low temperatures, and be non-foaming for spray cleaning applications, or for use with air agitation.

 

Dev-Kleen 632 has the following advantages:

          Liquid formulation for easy additions and is suitable for automatic pump applications.

          Effective in all equipment:  Soak, spray, cylindrical screw conveyor, and air-agitation.

          Functions exceptionally well at low temperatures, reducing energy costs.

          Prevents scale build-up on tank walls, pipes, nozzles and steam coils.

          Has long life and is economical to use.

 

MAKE UP:       

 

Dev-Kleen 632                          3 to 5%                         Spray cleaning

                                                5 to 10%                       Soak cleaning

Temperature                              90 to 150 oF.                  110 to 120 oF (optimum)

Time:                                        3 to 6 minutes               soak cleaning

                                                1 to 3 minutes               spray cleaning

 

For soak cleaning applications, the concentration may need to be increased if agitation is low or cleaning loads are heavy.  For heavier greases, the temperature may need to be increased to 130 150 oF.

 

TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

 

Appearance (room temp.)                       Yellow liquid

Specific Gravity                                      1.138

pH at 5%                                               11.5

lbs/gal                                                   9.50

 

ANALYSIS:

 

TITRATION PROCEDURE:

 

       Take a 50 ml sample of the operating solution in a 250 ml flask.

       Add 3 or 4 drops of Methyl Orange indicator.

       Titrate with 1.0 N Hydrochloric acid (HCl); End point: Yellow Pink/Orange.

 

Calculation:    % Dev-Kleen 632 = 2  x  mls 1.0 N HCl

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TEST KIT PROCEDURE:

 

       Use the syringe to transfer 2 ml. sample to a clear glass bottle.

       Add 2 or 3 drops of methyl orange indicator to the sample.

       While swirling the solution, add 1.0N hydrochloric acid (HCl) dropwise until the solution changes from yellow to pink/orange .  Make note of the number of drops used.

 

Drops. 1.0 N HCl                                   Dev-Kleen 632 Concentration

2                                                                3%       

3                                                                5%       
6                                                                10        
8                                                                15        
11                                                               20        

 

Read Material Safety Data Sheet before using this product.

 

DISCLAIMER:

The information presented herein, while not guaranteed, is to the best of our knowledge true and accurate.  No warranty or guarantee expressed or implied is made regarding the performance of any products, since the manner of use is beyond our control.  No suggestion for product use or anything contained herein, shall be construed as a recommendation for its use in infringement of any existing patent and we assume no responsibility or liability for operations which do infringe any such patents.  The above includes confidential and proprietary information of So Clean Solutions and is furnished to you for your use solely on products or processes supplied by us to you.

 

Product Data Sheets\KN037                                       Effective Date: 6-07-07                                                     Supersedes: 6-29-05