1737 Parts Washer Compound
1737 is an impingement cleaner specially formulated for ultra-high pressure spray application parts washers. This product may be used on all ferrous and nonferrous metals.
Notable product features include:
- Improves cleaning efficiency by maximizing spray force
- Excellent dispersion properties
- Excellent rinsing properties, helps prevent water spots.
- Oils removed from the parts are easily split and skimmed from the solution
- Interim process corrosion inhibitor for ferrous metals.
- Neutral pH.
- Non-hazardous, biodegradable
|pH @ 1% Solution:||9.7|
|Solubility in Water:||Complete|
|Metal Safety:||All Metals|
Refer to our Material Safety Data Sheet for additional information.
Usage and Dilution Instructions
Use a minimum of 4-8 ounces 1737 compound per gallon of water. Solution temperature should be maintained between 150 and 180F. It is recommended that pump pressure settings remain between 100 and 8,000 psi.
Handling & Storage
This product does not pose any no fire hazards. Use good industrial hygiene practices such as wearing rubber gloves and an impermeable apron to protect sensitive skin. Chemical safety goggles should be worn to protect eyes. If eye contact occurs, flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and consults a physician. In case of skin contact, wash with soap and water, removing contaminated clothing and shoes. Store product in tightly closed containers between 50° and 85° F. Rotate stock. When stored as stated above, shelf life is a minimum of 2 years.
Progress Chemical guarantees its products will perform to your satisfaction when used in accordance to our recommendations. We back this guarantee with over 65 years experience. Our company has been certified to ISO 9001-2015 Quality Standards.
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