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Concrete Remover Acid

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Product Description

Concrete Remover (06 CR)

Spray or flush surface to be cleaned with Concrete Remover. Cut with 10 parts water for regular cleaning, or use at full strength for initial removal of concrete. This product contains a metal inhibitor, so it will not harm metal. Do not inhale or swallow. Keep away from eyes and skin. Seek immediate First Aid in the event this product comes in contact with the end user.

**This product is hazardous material and Personal Protective Equipment is required.**

Contains hydrogen chloride; a colorless fuming gas that is made from sodium chloride and sulphuric acid. It is a strong acid and dissociates completely in solution (hydrochloric acid). Chloride is a halogen and a good oxidizing agent, reacting with metal to create ionic halide salts.

Concrete Remover is best used as a heavy-duty or restorative cleaner. Applications include warehouses, manufacturing plants, shipyards, or similar concrete environments.

This item is classified as a Hazardous Material. Additional shipping fees will apply.

Specs:
pH: 0.50
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.03
COLOR: Clear Red
ODOR: Acid

Dilution amounts vary as follows:
1:10 Normal Cleaning
Use full strength for initial removal of concrete.

Availability:
4/1 gal (case)
1 pallet of 36 (qty), 4/1 gallon cases (3 - 5 day handling time)


MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 06 CR
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