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Speed Release
A Multi-Use Solution to Address the EPA and Environmental 
Issues Facing Solvent Users Today and in the Future.

SOME OF THE SOLUTIONS MANY APPLICATIONS AND USES
 

LOW VOC AND HIGH

FLASH SUBSTITUTE FOR: 
Dílimonene 
Naphtha 
Mineral Spirits 
Other Petroleum Based Solvents 

FORM & MOLD:
Concrete forms
Metal fabrication
Foundations

PETROLEUM DEGREASING: 
Removes heavy greases and oils 
Conventional metal working 
Stainless steel cleaning 
Storage tank cleaning of petroleum

residues 

PRINTING INDUSTRY:
Blanket and roller cleanup
General ink removal
Low VOCíS
 

SILK SCREEN:  
Equipment cleanup, tools,

and general 
press cleanup 

RUST INHIBITOR:
Protective film for metal rust prevention
No flash rusting of cleaned parts
 

PAINTING INDUSTRY: 
General paint cleanup 
Keep spray tips clean 
Great for oil base paints 
No harsh or toxic fumes

Paving equipment cleanup

GLASS CUTTING AND STAINED GLASS:
Removal of tacky wax
Marker Removal

 

 
ADHESIVE REMOVAL:
Removes most commonly
used adhesives, including, 
panel adhesives, contact
cement, labeled adhesives, 
cement, labeled adhesives,
& expanding foam sealant
ASPHALT INDUSTRY:
Effective release agent
Tool cleaning
Drag chains in plants


WATER RINSEABLE:
Free rinsing

Product Comparison Properties

 
HEALTH
(1)
FLAMMABILITY
(2)
REACTIVITY
(3)
VOCís (%)
(4)
FLASH CLOSED
CUP ( 0F)
EVAPORATION
RATE @ 250C
NBAC = 1.00
PRODUCT            
Speed Release 0 1 0 <5 >300 <0.005 
Mineral Spirits 0 2 0 100 107 0.16
VM&P Naphtha 1 3 0 100 58 1.81
Toluene 2 3 0 100 40 2.0
díLimonene 0 2 0 95 121 .005
Methanol 1 3 0 100 52 2.10
Acetone 1 3 0 100 0 6.06
   
( 1) Health as per HMIS regulation--- 0 = Normal, 1= Slightly Hazardous, 2= Hazardous, 3 = Extreme Danger, 4 = Deadly

(2) Flammability (0F), (Flash Point) as per HMIS regulation--- 
0 = Will not burn,
1 = Above 200 F, 
2 = Above 100 F not exceeding 200 F, 
3 = Below 73 F (Bp at/above 100 F) and or above 73 F not exceeding 100 F, 
4 = Below 73 F (Bp below 010 F)


(3) Reactivity as per HMIS regulation--- 0 = Stable, 1= Unstable if heated, 2 = Violent chemical change, 3 = Shock/heat may detonate, 4 = May detonate

(4) VOCís as per EPA Method number 24

 

Available in the following sizes: 1, 5, 25, 208 and 1000 litres