TKS 406B contains a mixture of glycol and alcohol and offers good ice protection capability (freezing point below -60°C). Principally used for in-flight ice protection, TKS 406B can also be applied to remove frozen deposits of snow, ice and frost from stationery aircraft on the ground.
TKS 406B is designed for use in cold concentrate form (as supplied) and is available in 2.5 gallon, 5 gallon, 30 gallon, and 55 gallon containers.
Note: Clariant Corporation changed the tradename from Kilfrost TKS 406B to Clariant Safewing TKS 406B. During the transition, packaging may reflect either name and logo. Product content has not changed.
Per supplier: This product is designed for use in cold concrete form (as supplied).
No, this will not need to be diluted. It is ready to be poured.
No it cannot. It is designed to go through the nozzles on the spray trucks because it has to be heated first.
Clariant TKS 406B is not approved as a Type I deicing fluid. Type I deicing fluids are specified by SAE AMS 1424 and are used for ground deicing. TKS 406B is used for in-flight deicing, and only on certain aircraft.
Clariant purchased the Kilfrost business and brands for North America in 2015. We have changed the name to reflect the Clariant brand as Safewing TKS 406B. The chemical formula and performance specifications have remained the same.
Safewing TKS 406B meets DTD 406B, AL-5 and NATO S-745 specifications.