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Ledizolv, case of 25, 16oz bottles


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Ledizolv, case of 25, 16oz bottles

***This product has a 3-5 day handling time***

Highly concentrated Ledizolv removes lead contaminated dust on any surface - yet it has a mild pH, is phosphate-free, and completely biodegradable.

The Lead-Specific Detergent
- As a result of extensive research and development, Ledizolv is a liquid, phosphate free, lead dissolving, controlled foam anionic detergent.
- Even at ambient temperatures, Ledizolv has outstanding metal-ion solubilizing properties at concentrations as low as 2%.
- Although highly concentrated, Ledizolv has a mild pH, excellent health, safety and handling characteristics and is biodegradable and readily disposable.
- Ledizolv reduces costly clearance-testing failures. Unlike tri-sodium-phosphate (TSP) detergents, Ledizolv is free rinsing. While TSP actually precipitates lead, it won't solubilize or hold it in solution, while Ledizolv will emulsify and encapsulate all metal ions in solution. TSP is also highly alkaline with a pH over 12 and its residue can drastically decrease the adhesion properties of encapsulants.
Ledizolv has been formulated to exhibit very high complexing, sequestering and metallic-ion solubilizing with many di-valent, tri-valent and tetra-valent metallic ions, combined with excellent hard surface detergency.
- As a result, Ledizolv helps reduce clearance-testing failures, eliminating additional costs for re-cleaning and re-testing as well as re-occupancy delays.
- In addition, Ledizolv 's zero phosphate level and near neutral pH reduce disposal difficulties.
- And, as a hard-surface cleaner Ledizolv exhibits good wetting, emulsifying, sequestering, chelating, soil deflocculating and rinsing properties to reduce additional environmental concerns in lead abatement.
Directions: Make a fresh 2% solution (5 Tbsp. per gal., 2.5 oz. per gal. or 20 ml per liter) in warm water. Clean by wet mop or spray on application. RINSE THOROUGHLY with clean water. Used on a wide range of glass, ceramic, plastic, tile, concrete, gypsum board, plaster, wood, vinyl, metal surfaces.
Available in convenient sizes:
16 oz bottle: 90116
25 x 16 oz case of bottles: 90216
1 gal bottle: 90104-1
4 x 1 gal case of bottles: 90104
5 gal jerrycan: 90501
15 gallon drum: 91501
55 gallon drum: 95501

One gallon of concentrate makes 50 gallons of diluted solution
One gallon of diluted solution remediates 200 sqft porous surface, or 400 sqft smooth surface

pH as is, and at 1-2%: 5.3 - 5.4
Specific gravity (g/ml): 1.08
Density (lbs./gal.): 8.98
Flash Point (degrees F): Non-flammable
Phosphate Content (as Phosphorus): 0%
Fragrance and Dye Content: 0%
Surface Tension 1% Sol’n (Dyne/cm): 34
Color: Pale Yellow
Form: Liquid
Solubility in Water: Completely soluble in all preparations
Biodegradability: Biodegradable
Foam Tendency: High Foaming
Shelf Life: Two years from manufacture month

Health Safety Information:
OSHA Hazardous Ingredients: None
RCRA Hazard Class: Non-hazardous
RoHS: No RoHS hazardous ingredients
EPA Priority Pollutants: None
DOT Hazard Class: Non-hazardous
Flammability: Non-flammable
Latex Content: None in detergent, packaging materials or adhesives.
Oral Toxicity: LD50 >5000 mg/kg (Rat, Oral)
Eye Irritation: Mild to Moderate eye irritant if not rinsed
Inhalation Toxicity: Non-irritating
VOC Content: 0%

24 Hour Emergency Number (CHEM-TEL) (800) 255-3924 in US or ++813-248-0513
  • Model: ALC 90216

Ledizolv, case of 25, 16oz bottles

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