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I think the spelling in the US is Varsol. If the same, it is
a mixture of mineral spirits/stoddard solvent. In the past
it contained some aromatics, but I think the formulation changed
more than five years ago. Check the MSDS.
Dr. Henry Boyter, Jr. Ph.D. Chemist
The opinions of Dr. Boyter are provided for informational
purposes only and should not be used as advice. No
warranty or expression of professionalism is implied.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Francke, Dale H." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "'P2Tech'" <email@example.com>; "' Prévost,Jean-Claude [Montreal]
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2000 12:32 PM
Subject: RE: Versol
If Versol doesn't fit the need you have you might want to try the Ecolink
site, www.ecolink.com. They have a great site which provides not only
product information but also case studies by industry. You might be able to
find a product which has been used by others in a similar use.
If you don't find a specific material the Ecolink folks are good to work
with and may know of a product which will work for you.
> From: "Prévost,Jean-Claude
> Sent: Tuesday, July 04, 2000 4:12 PM
> To: 'P2Tech'
> Subject: Versol
> Dear P2Techers,
> I am looking for technical information regarding a product called Versol
> which could replace MEK (methylethylketone) for surface washing /
> preparation prior to painting. The kind of technical information needed
> includes product's chemical components, performance for replacing MEK,
> volatility and physico-chemical properties, « environmental friendliness »
> or environmental impact.
> Thanks in advance.
> Jean-Claude Prevost, M. Sc. env.
> Project Manager
> Environment Canada, Toxics and Prevention
> Montreal, Canada
> Telephone : (514) 496-6856 / Fax : (514) 283-5836
- RE: Versol
- From: "Francke, Dale H." <firstname.lastname@example.org>