Bio-Solv : Compatibility

Compatibility: Bio-Solv Can Be Used on Steel, Rubber, Plastics and More

One of the primary factors in selecting a green cleaner is compatibility. To help you decide whether Bio-Solv is right for your business, we’ve evaluated several plastics and metal alloys for their resistance to our green cleaning solvent. Findings indicate that the majority of tested materials are compatible with our solvent cleaner and because it is not a water-based solvent, Bio-Solv doesn’t cause metal corrosion. However, you should first test actual parts that need to be cleaned to confirm compatibility prior to any process implementation.

Degree of Compatibility of Composite Materials to Bio-Solv

An overview of each of the first three categories is presented for composite materials.
The degree of compatibility of a material is categorised by exposure time:

No visible attack after 24 hours Visible attack within 8 hours Visible attack within 1 hour
nylon Buna-B-rubber PVC
teflon Viton Polycarbonate
PVDF Silicone ABS
Aflas EPDM Tygone  (special)
Kalrez Choropren rubber C-flex
PTFE Epoxy amide Pharmed
polyethylene Norprene Polystyrene
polypropylene Polysulphate
oil free EPDM Neoprene  gloves
 Latex natural rubber gloves Polyamide
Polyurethane paints
Vinyl gloves

Compatibility of Materials to Bio-Solv

Material Compatible
Aluminum 6061 Yes
BUNA-B Not Recommended
Carbon Steel Yes
Chloroprene rubber Yes
Kalrez Yes
Latex Yes
Magnesium alloy AZ91A Yes
Nylon Yes
Polycarbonate No
Polyethylene Yes
Polypropylene Yes
Stainless Steel Yes
Teflon Yes
Viton Not Recommended