As a brand built on technology and quality enhancement, it’s no surprise that Texwipe is making one of their most popular products even better. Coming soon, look for a new eco-friendly version of Texwipe’s TX167 70% non-sterile IPA, featuring an improved trigger sprayer that provides easy-to-read spray/stream settings and a drip-free nozzle made of recyclable plastic.
It’s the same great product you’ve come to rely on for essential workplace tasks like surface cleanings or wipe downs – just redesigned to make your life a little easier. So go ahead, get trigger-happy! The new TX167 will arrive at All-Spec soon!
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1621-10SP Ecoline Flux Remover
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How often have you reached for a container of IPA wipes, only to find the contents half-full, dried-out, and completely useless? In any environment, simple carelessness can equate to both wasted spending and increased emissions. Don’t just watch your money evaporate! Simplify and save with Techspray’s new self-closing IPA wipe dispenser.
Lint-free and tear-resistant, Techspray’s latest product addition features a unique, flip-top tub designed to spring closed automatically. Eco-friendly and impervious to even the most chronically forgetful users, Techspray’s new self-closing wipes will leave you with more of what you’ve paid for, and with one less thing on your mind.
An industry standard for critical manufacturing environments, the Texwipe brand has become one of our most popular sellers. We’ve been so impressed with Texwipe’s commitment to technology, innovation and quality that we’re back for more – extending our brand offering to include cleanroom tape, non-sterile IPA, and cleanroom wipes. They’re the new essentials for your controlled workspace.
KOGO Cleanroom Tape: Ideally suited for critical applications, Texwipe adhesive tapes are high-quality and latex free. Available in specially formulated materials, widths and color options, Texwipe cleanroom tapes were created to address a range of specific preferences and requirements.
Non-Sterile IPA: Submicron-filtered for cleanliness, Texwipe Non-Sterile IPA is designed to remove surface contaminants and evaporates without residue. Available in either a 16 oz bottle or one-gallon bulk container, it’s perfect for surface cleaning or wipe-downs, and can be used with any Texwipe cleanroom wiper. Both 70% IPA and 100% IPA solutions are available.
Vertex® Cleanroom Wipes: An ideal cleaning alternative for delicate controlled surfaces and applications. Manufactured through Texwipe’s unique HandsFree™ system, the Vertex wipe is entirely isolated from human contact during production, negating any risk of product contamination.
When looking at cleaners like swabs and wipes you may notice that some are advertised as absorbent or adsorbent. The change between the “B” and the “D” is not a regional spelling change or a typo, it actually signifies how the material interacts with the substance it is supposed to pick up. The difference between absorbent and adsorbent is subtle, but very necessary to take into account when choosing a swab or wipe.
A material is absorbent when it pulls the substance into itself. For absorbent think of a sponge that can soak up water. The major benefit of absorbent materials is that they can soak up a lot more than their starting volume, and have low vapor release compared to adsorbent materials.
Adsorbent materials only attract the substance onto the surface of the object, coating the adsorbent material in the substance. Common adsorbents are activated carbon in water filters and desiccating silica gels. Because adsorbent materials are coated in the substance it is more efficient to have a lot of small adsorbents than a large one, as that increases the surface area. This is why there are typically a lot of small balls of silica in desiccant packages.
Typically, adsorbent and absorbent materials are used for different situations, so the one you need depends on your intended use. If you just need to soak up liquids, then an absorbent sponge would be appropriate; but if you need to filter that liquid then you would use the adsorbent activated carbon. Overall, adsorbent materials are cheaper than absorbent ones that do the same job, but absorbent materials can pick up more than adsorbent ones. As always, consult the manufacturer of your absorbent or adsorbent materials if you have a specific question on their exact intended use.