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Eox Aircraft Hydraulic Fluid Remover - Gallon

$106.90/Gallon
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Part# 09-02453
MFR Model# 2520-120

Overview

eOx Aircraft Hydraulic Fluid Remover (AHFR) is a proprietary cleaner designed to easily remove all hydraulic fluids, baked on carbon, and corrosion protecting compounds. eOx AHFR is an excellent replacement for chlorinated products and solvent based cleaners. eOx AHFR meets AMS–1526B.

Application
eOx AHFR is specially developed to remove sticky hydraulic oil deposits from the aircraft fuselage, wheel wells, landing gear, wings, and any area or part where hydraulic fluid accumulates. eOx AHFR also removes numerous oils, greases and stubborn carbon deposits; especially from around engine exhaust areas. eOx AHFR is ready to use and intended as a spot cleaner on the aircraft.

Features

  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • Non-hazardous - Not subject to dangerous goods regulations.
  • No phosphates, acids or silicones
  • High biodegradability (tested by the University of Ghent, Belgium)
  • Neutral pH of 6-8
  • Very economical to use.
  • Contains no phosphates, acids, silicones and is non-butyl.
  • Fast, intense cleaning action surpasses other cleaners’ performance.
  • Can be effective used as a spray-on & wipe-off process.
  • Safe for use in high-pressure washers, immersion systems and ultrasonic machines.
  • Fresh smell – NOT citrus
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