Wipe 2 Apertured Degreasing Wet Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 2 Apertured - Degreasing Wet Wipes
Wipe 2 Apertured is a Aerospace approved degreasing wet wipe. It is a specialist low lint apertured non woven wiper saturated with safe chemical ideally suited to remove grease, grime and light oil deposits from metal and composites.
Single Wipe Dispensing
A Clean Residue Free Wipe Every Time
Economical in Use
Other Wet Wipes in the Wipemaster® range are:
Wipemaster® Wipe 1 - Safe Solv Degreasing Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 2 - Degreasing Wet Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 2 - Apertured Degreasing Wet Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 3 - Aqueous Degreasing Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 5 - Dry Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 8 - Specialist Composite Wipes
Wipemaster® Wipe 9 - IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) Wipes
Handy Tub 10 - Mechanic Wipes
Features and Benefits of Wipemaster® Wet Wipes
The Wipemaster® range of Wet Wipes combine technology in both advanced wiping and safe chemicals. The bucket dispensing system ensures a clean wipe ready for instant use making containers of harmful solvents and chemicals a thing of the past.
Each 10 litre bucket contains low linting non woven wipes (Fully Rolls-Royce and Aircelle approved) impregnated with a special aqueous based blend of solvents and cleaning fluids for the removal of grease, grime and marking inks from all metal and composite surfaces. Using Wipemaster® Wet wipes removes the need for bulk chemicals to be used on the shopfloor and helps comply with local authority and ISO14001 Environmental Management System.
The benefits of using Wipemaster® Wet Wipes include: A Clean wipe every time, Ready to use, No chemical waste or spills, User friendly and Non Flammable (except Wipe 9)
Slow evaporation and no spillages ensure VOC (Volatile organic compound) levels are kept to the absolute minimum. Therefore by replacing the more traditional cleaners and degreasers and rags used with these solvents you can be sure that you are making a huge contribution towards complying with current legislation with regards to health, safety and environmental requirements.