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Troy 1102 Ultrapine

Troy 1102 Ultrapine

TROY 1102 ULTRAPINE is a biodegradable, silicated, non-phosphated, all-purpose cleaner that is fortified with pine oil to provide additional solvency and deodorizing properties without harsh alkalinity.  It has a broad spectrum of application and, at the proper dilution, is safe on most surfaces.

Because ULTRAPINE is biodegradable and non-phosphated, it can be used safely where ecological controls require the elimination of non-biodegradable detergents and phosphates from cleaning formulations.

 

ADVANTAGES

  • Concentrated; can be diluted as much as 1:40.
  • Excellent solvent for greases, oils, waxes.
  • Not a pollutant.
  • The pine oil in ULTRAPINE functions as a deodorant and gives the area where it is used a pleasant pine scent.
  • Versatile; wide range of usage.
  • Contains no harsh alkalis.
  • Completely soluble; easy to use.

 

DIRECTIONS

Walls, floors, woodwork, painted surfaces, venetian blinds, light fixtures:  Use 1 part ULTRAPINE with 40 parts water.

Wax stripping and heavy duty cleaning:  Use 1 part ULTRAPINE to 20 or 30 parts water.

Machinery cleaning, concrete floors, etc.:  Use 1 part ULTRAPINE to 20 parts water.  Increase or decrease dilutions to obtain optimum results. 

 

To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein is true and accurate on the date of publication and is subject to change without prior notice.  User must contact Troy Chemical Industries, Inc. to verify correct data before specifying or ordering.  No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied.  We guarantee our products to conform to Troy Chemical Industries, Inc.’s quality control.  We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance, or injuries resulting from use.  Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of products.  NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY TROY CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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