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Eco-Green®'s Ultra-Power™ Parts Washer & Cleaner for public works departments safely breaks bonds that hold oil and grease together.

New Parts Washer Uses Green Cleaning Chemicals Instead of Dangerous Solvents

Woburn, MA | Posted on April 8th, 2010

Daimer Industries® Inc., a worldwide vendor of environmentally-safe green cleaning chemicals and non-hazardous green cleaners, announced the availability of a new Eco-Green® Ultra-Power® Parts Washer & Cleaner that is designed to clean machine parts and tools in the toughest public works department applications.

"This formulation was developed with two things in mind," said Matthew Baratta, Daimer.com spokesman. "Degreasing parts and environmental safety are key concerns for all public works departments these days."

Green Cleaning Chemicals for Greasy Parts

Ultra-Power™ Parts Washer & Cleaner, a new addition to Daimer®'s line of public works formulations, contains no dangerous solvents. As a result, the product can save money on hazardous waste removal costs. The green cleaning chemicals biodegrade faster than comparable products - often in less than a month. Like all Eco Green green cleaning chemicals for public works professionals, this new parts washer yields a perfect safety score on the NFPA's hazard ratings chart.

Ultra-Power™ Parts Washer & Cleaner uses a Micro-Blasting® technology that relies on nano atomic green particles to clean parts without toxic solvents. The green cleaning chemicals dissolve hydrocarbon residues, such as oils, petroleum derivatives, fats, sugars, greases, and proteins.

The formulation comes in a variety of containers (5-, 15-, and 5000-gallon sizes), drums (55 gallon) and totes (275 gallons). One gallon of Ultra-Power™ Parts Washer & Cleaner can be diluted to 15 gallons of parts cleaning solution.

More Green Cleaning Chemicals for Public Works

Daimer®'s Eco Green public works line includes a car wash formulation as well as green cleaning chemicals for concrete, tile, grout, HVAC systems, and tools.

For more information about Daimer®'s Eco Green cleaners, green carpet cleaners, green windshield wiper fluid and green cleaning products visit www.daimer.com/eco-green-chemicals/ or call Matthew Baratta at (888) 507-2220.

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About Daimer Industries
Daimer®, www.daimer.com, is a global supplier and international exporter of the industry's leading line of KleenJet® steam cleaners and vapor steam cleaners; XTreme Power® carpet cleaners, hard surface cleaners, floor buffers/scrubbers/burnishers; Super Max™ and Vapor-Flo® pressure washers and auto detailing machines; and the line of Micro-Blasting® Eco-Green® ecologically friendly natural cleaning green chemicals that employ unique technologies and a patented, proprietary chemistry.

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Phone: (888) 507-2220

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