Heavy duty ultrasonic liquid detergent concentrate cleaner for biomedical and laboratory instruments and glassware.
Thoroughly removes blood, tissue, ointments, lubricants, salves, oils, greases, susnspensions, mucous, and other body excretions for glass, metals, plastics, ceramics, and hard rubber articles prior to sterilization and reuse or storage of instruments and glassware.
|Chem-Crest 14 is a multipurpose heavy duty phosphate-free liquid cleaner. It is useful in many applications demanding removal of various contaminants such as those found in bio-medical and laboratory instruments and glassware. Chem-Crest 14 is a detergent concentrate and is freely water soluble.
|Typical Contaminants Removed
|Chem-Crest 14 is effective on oils, greases, blood, tissues, ointments, lubricants, buffing and lapping compounds, fingerprints, and airborne contaminants. Crest also offers an enzymatic version of Chem-Crest 14, called Chem-Crest 14EZ, for routine cleaning of biologically soiled instruments.
|Chem-Crest 14 is typically used at 3–10% by volume in ultrasonic applications. Normal operating temperatures: 120°–170°F. Recommended rinsing water temperature: 120°–150°F, dependent upon the material makeup of the substrate and the contaminants being removed. Contact your Crest representative for product-line specific recommendations.
|Chem-Crest 14 is safe on various metals, such as carbon and stainless steels, aluminum, brass, copper, bronze, zinc, glass, plastics, hard rubber articles, and ceramics — when used as directed.
|Chem-Crest 14 is available in cases of (4) x 1-gallon plastic bottles, 5-gallon pails, and in 55-gallon containers.
|Flash Point: None
Specific Gravity: 1.02
ph: 5% solution = 8.5 +/- 0.5
Solubility in Water: Complete
(The above are typical values and do not constitute specifications.)
|Storage Conditions and Disposal Materials
|Avoid freezing conditions. Dispose in accordance with Federal, State, and Local regulations and procedures. No products contained in this concentrate are regulated under SARA Title III, Section 313.
|See Safety Data Sheet
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