Immunol® S-6-H – Detergent Immersion Cleaner

Immunol® S-6-H is a detergent type cleaner for soak tank cleaning and degreasing of ferrous and non-ferrous parts. It emulsifies oils such as drawing compounds and rust preventives, and removes mill soils and smut very effectively. It may also be used for general purpose cleaning as a “bucket” solvent to replace more flammable or toxic materials. If used on aluminum, extended immersion times (one hour or more) produce darkening. Use Immunol® S-6-I as an alternative for aluminum.

Immunol ® Extra-J – Wetting Agent and Cleaner

Immunol ® Extra-J a detergent, wetting agent and rust preventive for cleaning and protecting most ferrous metals against rust. Not suitable for use on cast iron and cast steel. Replaces Immunol® Extra and contains no nitrosamines.

Immunol® 1357-2-J – All-Purpose Detergent Cleaner

Immunol® 1357-2-J is a clear, medium body, green liquid. It is odorless, non-flammable and pH 7.0 neutral. It is used in paper manufacturing as calendar roll cleaner and felt conditioner. It is used as additive to soluble oil (or synthetic) systems to emulsify “tramp” or hydraulic oil, loosen sludge, settle heavy particles, lift “fines” or lighter bodies to the surface. This product prevents stains or rust on ground or polished work and prevents “smut” formation in rolling when added to the soluble rolling oil. It is also a successful and economical machine, floor and wall cleaner mixed with plain water at 2 to 6 ounces per gallon and applied by brush, mop, or rag.

Immunol® 985-J – Detergent Spray Cleaner

Immunol® 985-J is a low foaming detergent spray cleaner for metal surfaces. It contains rust preventives which protect ferrous metals after cleaning for short periods indoors. It is a completely nitrite free product. It removes mineral and fatty mill soils completely without saponification; therefore, it is not spent in use.

Hamiterge® 1457 – Detergent Cleaner for Papermaking

Hamiterge® 1457 is a combination of soaps, detergents and wetting agents designed for paper mill felt scouring. Due to its low alkalinity, it will not harm woolen or semi-synthetic felts, yet will remove soils that may remain after acid cleaning.