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Are MicroCare Cleaners F.D.A. Approved?

No, the MicroCare products are not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. However, It is perfectly acceptable to use these cleaners on medical products for cleaning and surface preparation. This is because the solvents evaporate completely and leave no residues. There is nothing which stays on the surface of a product to be…

Case Study
Midwest Manufacturer Reduces Energy Costs with Vapor Degreasing

Aqueous cleaning is a common and reliable cleaning choice for many companies. But one of the big disadvantages of water cleaning is the cost of electricity. A general rule-of-thumb is that any aqueous cleaning system will use ten times the energy of a vapor degreaser of comparable capacity. Water cleaning systems use far more electricity…

Best Practices: Cleaning During PCB Rework and Repair

Cleaning during PCB rework and repair is an important step to PCB reliability. Many engineers and techs are using outdated methods and cleaning fluids to clean PCBs.  This video helps shows users with the TriggerGrip™ Cleaning System the better alternative. The TriggerGrip Cleaning Tool replaces worn brushes, non-ESD safe tools, dangerous solvents and  dirty wipes. This…

Tech Article
A Sticky Situation: Removing Electrostatic Charges Improves Fiber Network Performance

Static is an invisible hazard to fiber optic networks.  Electrostatic charges draw and hold unwanted dust particles onto fiber network connector end-faces just like a magnet. Although this dust contamination is merely microns in size and only visible when magnified with an inspection scope, it still causes a serious performance problems for a network.  Dust…

Safety Data Sheet
Stereze IPA Surface Cleaning Wipes – 800 Wipe Bucket Safety Data Sheet