Eight products from Walter Surface Technologies International have earned Clean Air Solvant (CAS) certifications from one of the most strict air pollution control agencies, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).
"Most major international companies achieve certification for a few products," said Patrick Lapointe, vice president of marketing, Walter Surface Technologies International. "Walter has proudly scored with eight. This is significant for us as we continue our mission to contribute to our customers’ success by helping them work better while also cleaning up the environment."
The eight Walter products which received CAS certification:
A concentrated alkaline cleaner/degreaser for the cleaning of aluminum and other non-ferrous alloys in automated parts-washing systems.
This is an extra-strength alkaline cleaner/degreaser for ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Excellent for heavy-duty maintenance, as well as repair and overhaul cleaning applications, it is also helpful for fast and efficient removal of the most persistent contaminants on aluminum, steel and stainless steel.
A neutral pH rust remover, this pH neutral solution eliminates rust on all ferrous alloys.
This unique, high-performance anti-spatter solution protects work pieces from adherence to high energy spatter while eliminating costly spatter removal operations.
State-of-the-art weld spatter release emulsion which protects work pieces from adherence of high energy spatter and eliminates costly spatter removal operations.
A degreaser for ferrous alloys it is also a concentrated alkaline cleaner/degreaser for cleaning iron, cast iron, steel and stainless steel in automated parts-washing applications.
This high-strength degreaser offers an excellent dissolving property. Its low energy surfactant technology allows the product to achieve optimal results at ambient temperature. Its foaming action makes it also ideal for manual cleaning.
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This high strength degreaser, is foamless which makes it ideal for manual applications where foaming would interfere.