Sticklers Icky Pic Cleaner easily removes stubborn adhesives and messy gels
- Removes buffer tube gel, also known as icky pic, from the cables when splicing
- Ideal in datacom applications where removing identifying labels from racks and cable bundles is a problem
- Removes labels, tapes, adhesives, glues, chewing gum and even tar and tree sap
- Use on installation trucks where techs blow fiber and splice
- Strong, naturally-occurring, gel-eating solvent made from oranges
- Convenient pocket size
- Rugged, recyclable aluminum pen
- Spill-proof and leak-proof
- Dispenses fluid when pressing the tip onto a lint-free wipe or contaminated surface
- Use with the Sticklers™ Benchtop CleanWipes
Why is icky pic so hard to clean? It's not — if you have the right icky pic cleaner. The stuff is 'icky' is because the gel is a petroleum-based, highly viscous fluid that resists water and weak solvents. You'll find icky pic on all the cables that are engineered for outside plant, and they're usually the stranded 'loose tube' cables. In addition to being messy the gel is highly flammable. So getting a good solvent is a huge time-saver.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|SAGR MCC-SAGR||1 Pen||0.5 oz.||10 mL|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Appearance||Clean, colorless liquid|
|PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)||No TLV Assigned; Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS)|
|Boiling Point||169˚C / 340˚F|
|Cleaning Strength (Kb)||>100|
|Flashpoint||47ºC / 117ºF|
|Global Warming Rating (100yr)||Low|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||850|
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