Optical Grade Particle and Dust Remover for abrasion-free cleaning of inaccessible areas
- Removes dust, lint, fiber, particulate and debris from cabinets and housings
- Pre-clean instrument enclosures, keyboards, racks and cable access points
- Helps eliminate the need for re-cleaning or costly troubleshooting and repairs
- The Sticklers™ Optical-Grade Dust & Particle Remover is an aerosol can of a super-pure dry gas
- Optical-grade (double-filtered, to the highest purity, so the cleaning doesn't add contamination to the work area)
- High-pressure, abrasion-free cleaning
- Safe on energized equipment
- High-purity, optic grade
- Leaves no residue
- Extension spray tube included
- Nonflammable for maximum safety
- Use in conjunction with the Sticklers™ lint-free wipes and the fiber cleaning fluids
- RoHS & WEEE compliant
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|FOD10A F11007S 4028 4029 MCC-FOD10A||Can||280 g 10 oz.|
|Weight||280 g 10 oz.|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|RoHS & WEEE Compliant|
|Vapor Pressure @ 20ºC||96 PSIA|
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