Electro-Wash Tri-V
Request a Sample

Your Sample Request

Electro-Wash Tri-V Degreaser

*=required field

Electro-Wash Tri-V Degreaser

The Ultimate n-Propyl (nPB) Replacement

Electro-Wash Tri-V Precision Cleaner is a nonflammable cleaner that quickly removes flux, grease, oils, dirt, dust, and other contaminants from electronic components and assemblies. It removes all types of oil and grease while evaporating quickly and leaving no residues. Tri-V nPB replacement chemistry is an innovative chemistry that does not contain n-propyl bromide, TCE, hazardous air pollutants or ozone depleting compounds.

CLICK HERE FOR CLEANER DEGREASER SELECTION GUIDE


Features & Benefits

  • Powerful cleaning agent to remove flux, oils, dirt, grease, dust, and other contaminants, one cleaner for electronics cleaning
  • Nonflammable, can be used on energized equipment
  • Penetrates to clean hard to reach areas
  • Evaporates quickly and leaves no residues, minimizes down time
  • Does not contain n-propyl bromide, trichloroethylene, or perchloroethylene
  • Stabilized for metals such as aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and brass
  • Noncorrosive, safe for sensitive metals
  • NSF Registered - Nonfood Compounds / Code K1 and K2

Applications

  • Printed circuit boards
  • Relays and switches
  • Transformers
  • Electro-mechanical devices
  • Electric motors and generators
  • Electronic controllers
  • Circuit breakers

Swipe to View Add to Cart Button 

Part # Size Units Per Case Price Per Case Add To Cart
VVV1614

12 oz / 340 g aerosol

12 containers per case $241.20
VVV114

1 gal / 3.7 L container

1 container per case $197.79
VVV514

5 gal / 19 L container

1 container per case $703.83
VVV5514

53 gal / 200 L drum

1 drum $6,391.78
Order from an authorized distributor

FAQ's

Are Tri-V cleaners good replacements for n-propyl bromide (nPB)?

Yes, Tri-V high performance solvent cleaners are nonflammable, powerful cleaners like nPB, safer than nPB, and are also economically priced.

How do I figure out the shelf life of a product?

The shelf life of a product can be found on either the technical data sheet (TDS), available on the product page, or by looking on the certificate on conformance (COC). The COC can be downloaded by going to https://www.chemtronics.com/coc. Once you have the shelf life, you will need to add it to the manufacture date for a use-by date. The manufacture date can be identified by the batch number. The batch code used on most of our products are manufacture dates in the Julian Date format. The format is YYDDD, where YY = year, DDD = day. For example, 19200 translates to the 200th day of 2019, or July 19, 2019. This webpage explains and provides charts to help interpret our batch numbers: https://www.chemtronics.com/batch-codes.

Should I use gloves when using a degreaser?

Yes, it is a good idea to use gloves when degreasing. The solvents used in degreasers do a great job at breaking down greases and oils, which also happen to exist in health skin. If your hands are exposed to a degreasing solvent for enough time, oils will be drawn from your skin leading to “defattening”. Your skin will become very dry and you could eventually develop dermatitis, which looks more like a rash. In addition, some solvents like N-Propyl Bromide (nPB), Trichloroethylene (TCE) and Perchloroethylene (Perc) are highly toxic, so can be absorbed through the skin and cause issues like cancer, or impact liver or kidney function. Please wear gloves and other PPE as required.

Articles

Ultimate Guide to Degreasers & Precision Cleaners

What is a degreaser? A degreaser (also called precision cleaner, maintenance cleaner, and specific for automotive repair, carb cleaner, brake cleaner) is a solvent or water-based cleaner designed to remove grease, oils, cutting fluids, corrosion inhibitors, handling soils, finger prints, and othe...
Read This Post

Keeping it Fresh - Acid Acceptance Testing for Vapor Degreasing Solvents

Vapor degreasers are very efficient at removing soils from a variety of surfaces. And maintaining its efficient operation is relatively easy. One concern that arises with the use of vapor degreasers is the determination of when the solvent used in the degreaser is spent, which can mean t...
Read This Post

How to Select A Vapor Degreaser Solvent: Azeotrope vs. Azeotrope-Like

When deciding on the right vapor degreaser solvent to be used in your vapor degreasing process, there are quite a few factors involved: performance, cost, compatibility with the existing unit, and exposure limits to the workers just to name a few. Because of ever-tightening environmental reg...
Read This Post

4 Toxic Chemicals Hiding in Your Company's Contact Cleaners and Degreasers

In industrial applications, toxic chemicals are commonly used in contact cleaners, electrical contact cleaners, degreasers, and ultrasonic cleaners. The chemicals are preferred because they are nonflammable, have high solvency, and are relatively inexpensive. The four chemicals that we'll cove...
Read This Post
You did not finish submitting your information to request a sample