a solution of Alkalies formulated for use as a denaturing
additive to the water systems of paint spray booths.
C-130 is added to the water system where it reacts
with, and denatures the paint over spray.
METHOD OF USE
As C-130 is a liquid, it is easily dispersed into
the water system and the problems associated
with powder alternatives are thus eliminated.
Add C-130 to the circulating water system at a
rate of 7.5 – 10.0 g/litre, (6-7 ml/litre) or 6-8
pints per 100 gallons. An initial pH of about 11
will be obtained, but this will fall on reaction
with the paint. Maintain a pH level of 9.5-10 by
small additions of C-130. A more accurate method
to control the concentration, is by Titration,
this is done as follows: Pipette 25mls of booth
water into a conical flask. Add a few drops of
phenolphthalein indicator and titrate with N10
acid until the pink colouration first disappears.
A solution of 10g / litre C-130 should give a titration
of 18.5 – 19.0 mls N10 acid.
Being a liquid the C-130 can be more conveniently
added to the water system by automatic dosing machines
linked to an electronic pH meter. This gives automatic
additions of C-1340 when the pH falls below a certain
level and eliminates the need for operators to
manhandle the C-130 giving an almost maintenance – free
Contact our Technical Service Department for more
PLEASE REFER TO OUR HEALTH AND SAFETY SHEET
FOR COSHH DETAILS RISK
Corrosive, causes severe burns. – UN1824
Wear suitable gloves, protective clothing and face
/ eye protection. In case of contact with eyes
rinse immediately with water and seek medical
attention. Take off all contaminated clothing
immediately. Keep out of reach of children.
Wash to waste diluting with copious amounts of
25 & 2100 litre non-returnable drums.