Purasolve Parts Cleaner
A powerful fully recyclable parts washing solution
- High-Tech Parts Washing Solution
- Fully Recyclable
- Lasts for a minimum of 18 months when used with purasolve Filters
- Developed to Replace Dangerous Solvents for Parts Cleaning
- Non-Flammable and Non-Explosive
- No Bacteria or Enzymes
- Low Odour
- Improves Worker Health & Safety
- Reduced PPE requirement
NSN 6850-66-163-6889 – 20Ltr Drum
Purasolve Parts Cleaner is a fully recyclable, low vapour, benzene free, high purity hydrocarbon degreasing solvent for use in parts washers and for metal cleaning.
Case Studies & More
With the help of Envirofluid, this mining company identified and mitigated a major health risk while reducing costs and improving cleaning results. In line with emerging national WHS standards it achieved this result at the top of the risk control hierarchy by substituting dangerous products with safe ones thus removing the threats entirely.
Parts cleaning is a common industrial task involving a range of parts cleaning solvents many of which can be toxic and hazardous. Parts washing chemical solvents often contain highly toxic and harmful ingredients which can lead to a range of serious health hazards and illnesses for workers, and significant legal and financial risks for business.
It is the responsibility of every workplace to be aware of all chemical toxins and hazards in order to evaluate and manage the risks to workers, and others who may be exposed. For every hazard identified there must be a plan for managing it.
Envirofluid is proud to become a finalist in this year’s National Safety Council of Australia NSCA/GIO National Safety Awards. The awards are Australia’s longest running, independent awards, recognising outstanding Work Health and Safety initiatives.
With the help of Envirofluid, this network of Heavy Vehicle Service Centres identified and actioned on huge cost savings which gave them improved parts cleaning results and better efficiencies while mitigating a major health risk
Chemicals such as Acetone, MEK, Toluene carry the risks of workplace illness and accidents, and environmental pollution fines and penalties. These solvents are still widely used for industrial cleaning and degreasing, despite safer, and more cost effective, substitutes being available.