Category Archives: Corrosion

Cleaning of used Electronic Components and other Multi-Metal parts

An unusual question arose recently about how to clean old and used electronic components. The particular component¬† in question was an old socket (base) for a radio valve (tube), which had been put in to an ultrasonic cleaner in water … Continue reading

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What are the risks involved with using cleaning agents in water-filled cooling and heating systems?

Water-filled cooling systems are always subject to some degree of corrosion, and left un-checked, holes can appear in the system allowing the coolant to leak out. Consequently, it is always advisable to use a carefully selected corrosion inhibitor in the … Continue reading

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FAQ; High Performance Greases/Lubricants

When working with aggressive chemicals, the use of greases is often highly restricted (or prohibited) and we are often asked what we use. In working with liquid oxidisers (nitrogen tetroxide, nitric acid and hydrogen fluoride), we have generally found that … Continue reading

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