Tergo Chlorine-Free Cleaning Fluid now available in EU

MicroCare Europe bvba has introduced a unique and innovative chemistry, Tergo Chlorine-Free Cleaning Fluid to the continent. This is a totally new formulation which enables faster, better and less expensive cleaning while meeting stringent EU environmental regulations.


This new product handles even the most difficult contamination. It is highly effective for quickly and gently cleaning complex shapes and delicate substrates. It avoids the expense of aqueous technologies and the environmental challenges of chlorinated fluids.


Scott Wells, MicroCare general manager, Europe explained, “Tergo Chlorine-Free Cleaning Fluid is a non-flammable, low-temperature fluid that cleans even the most challenging, high-temperature solder pastes and fluxes, and it also removes white residues from PCBs.”


This cleaner is widely expected to replace old-style solvent cleaning fluids that are under pressure for environmental and worker safety issues. It also can easily replace many aqueous and hydrocarbon cleaning process with improved performance and lower energy costs. The product is compatible with traditional vapour degreasing procedures and no hardware modifications normally are required. This makes it a drop-in replacement for many older vapour degreasing chemistries that are being phased-out under environmental, health, safety or economic pressures.


“This new product can be used anywhere in Europe, in any standard vapour degreaser,” Mr. Wells added. “When you combine its remarkable environmental profile and it’s outstanding cleaning performance, it’s going to be a natural choice for companies across the continent.”


In today’s world of ever-more demanding requirements, Tergo Chlorine-Free Cleaning Fluid offers a better, faster and greener option.



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