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RE: degreaser replacement

I have looked at the 3M cleaners, and the non-haz stuff will not do what I
Lacy A. Meyer
HTC X8678

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Dana Stuller [SMTP:dms351@psu.edu]
	Sent:	Tuesday, April 20, 1999 7:56 AM
	To:	Meyer, Lacy
	Subject:	RE: degreaser replacement

	I worked for an electronics manufacturer and spent a lot of time on
	replacement degreasing chemicals.  3M seems to be on top of the
	market.  Been a few years though.

	Dana Stuller
	The world that we have created with our way of thinking has problems
	cannot be solved thinking the way we do now.
	-- Albert Einstein

	> -----Original Message-----
	> From: owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net
	> [mailto:owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net]On Behalf Of Meyer, Lacy
	> Sent: Monday, April 19, 1999 4:22 PM
	> To: 'P2 Tech'
	> Subject: degreaser replacement
	> I am currently looking for a replacement solvent for our
degreaser.  The
	> process is used to clean metal parts so that we can put adhesive
	> on them for
	> the application of rubber. We are currently using
	> Perchloroethylene.  I have
	> tried other types of halogenated (1-Bromo propane) solvents,
	> however, we are
	> trying to get away from halongenated due to the current and
	> possibly future
	> reporting requirements.  We have looked into aqueous degreasing
	> alternatives, but those seem to cost a little more than we are
willing to
	> spend at this point in time. Anyone have any other suggestions??
	> send them my way.
	> Thanks -
	> Lacy A. Meyer
	> Hydril Company
	> Houston, Texas
	> (281) 449-2000