Aqueous vs. Solvent

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For 75 years we’ve been helping manufacturers make the right choice.  Find out how aqueous and solvent cleaning processes compare in our FREE webinar: The Great Cleaning Debate.

Solvent cleaners are highly effective, aggressive cleaners that consume less energy, don’t require waste treatment, and offer faster drying. However, they only clean organic soils and may be limited by regulatory, environmental, health, and safety (EHS) restrictions.

Aqueous cleaners are readily available, safer to handle and remove both organic and inorganic soils. However, they consume more energy and require wastewater treatment and additional process steps.

As the only supplier of both cleaning technologies, we will give you an unbiased recommendation. Which is cleaning method is best for you?