MS-250 PFPE Re-Move™ | Krytox Lubricant Remover
Superior Cleaning Solvent, Fully Removes Krytox & Other Fluorinated Lubricants
Krytox™ oils and greases are known for exceptional performance under a wide range of challenging conditions. They have an extremely long working life span, and remain chemically inert under the harshest chemical conditions. These qualities are a major advantage and are why Krytox™ lubricants are the first choice for many applications in aerospace, automotive, electronics, and other industries. However, the very features that make Krytox™ so useful, make these lubricants difficult to remove. Krytox™ oils and greases were designed to be highly resistant to most commonly used organic solvents. Proper Krytox lubricant removal requires the use of Miller-Stephenson’s specialty fluorinated solvent cleaner MS-250 PFPE Re-Move™ Krytox Lubricant Remover is provided in aerosol (MS-250) and bulk liquid (MS-252).
Miller-Stephenson’s MS-250 PFPE Re-Move™ Krytox Lubricant Remover product is a superior, powerful solvent cleaner designed to remove all grades of fluorinated lubricants, including Krytox™, Castrol Braycote®, Kluber®, Fomblin®, and Nye®. This cleaner is for applications where Krytox lubricant removal is ultimately needed, A very mild, nonflammable solvent with excellent compatibility with most plastics. Benefits include:
- 100% Nonflammable
- Low GDP and VOC-exempt
- Cleaning and rinsing,
- Drying & Particulate Removal
PFPE Re-Move™ MS-250 (12 oz Aerosol)
PFPE Re-Move™ MS-250M (8 oz Aerosol)
PFPE Re-Move™ MS-250SP (4 oz Aerosol)
PFPE Re-Move™ MS-252 (4 oz, 8 oz, Qt, Gal, 5G, 55G)
(Measured @ 77°F, unless otherwise noted)
|Liquid Density||1.58 g/cc|
|Vapor Pressure||226 mmHg|
|Surface Tension||14.1 dyn/cm|
|Heat of Vaporization||31.0 cal/g at boiling pt.|
|Specific Heat at 20°C||1.13 kJ/kg°C|
(Immersion: 15 minutes at Room Temperature)
|·Polyethylene, Polyphenylene||· Polyarylsulfone, Polypropylene|
|· Polyester, PET, PBT||· Polyphenylene Sulfide, PPS|
|· Polyimide, PI, PEI, PAI||· ABS, Acetal, Phenolic,Ionomer|
|· Polyetherketone, PEK||· Oxide, PPO Epoxy|
|· Polyaryletherketone, PEEK||· Liquid Crystal Polymer|
NOTE: Acrylic, ABS, and polycarbonate, if under stress, may show slight cracking or crazing damage. Test for compatibility before use.
(Immersion: 15 mins at Room Temperature)
|· Buna N, NBR, Nitrile||· Buna S, SBR, GRS|
|· Butyl Rubber, IIR||· Chlorosulfonated PE|
|· EPM, EPDM||· Polysulfide|
|· Natural Rubber, Isoprene||· Neoprene|
|· Urethane||· Silicone|
(2 weeks at 212°F/100°C in sealed tubes)
- Stainless Steel
Contact with highly basic process materials is not recommended. Slight discoloration with water present.
Why Choose Miller-Stephenson Solvents?
Not all industrial cleaners have kept pace with the increasing demands for purity and regulatory restrictions in high technology industries. Miller-Stephenson’s specialty solvents utilize the most advanced, safest, and eco-friendly chemistry currently available. As electronic systems have become smaller and more complex, chemical purity has become even more critical. Today’s electronic components run hotter, are smaller and more complex than ever before. This creates situations where dendritic expansion or corrosion can proliferate if the cleaning is not perfect. Miller-Stephenson offers ultra-high-purity, non-flammable, and high cleaning efficiency solvents for a variety of industries and specifications. We offer VOC exempt and low or no GWP based solvent systems to meet all current and future regulatory specifications. From Electronic, Aerospace, and Military to Vapor Degreasing applications, Miller-Stephenson has the right solution for your specific application and requirements. For Technical Assistance please click here.
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