Challenge 810-S

Aqueous Detergents for Ultrasonic/Megasonic Cleaning

CHALLENGE 800 Series Products are water-based, ultrasonic/megasonic detergents formulated to increase the cavitational energy released upon substrate surfaces for more effective cleaning. Used at economical dilution ratios, CHALLENGE 800 Series Products will remove light organics and sub-micron particles. They are typically used to remove post-process residues after grinding, slicing, lapping, etching and polishing. CHALLENGE 800 Series Products can be used in heated or unheated ultrasonic tanks, and are also recommended for brush and dip tank applications. Benefits: • Superior wetting ability • Free rinsing - leave no film or residue • Economical and safe to use • Fully compatible with other CHALLENGE products

Challenge 810-S Details

Base Material:

Water

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Packaging:

Product is available in 5-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums.

Applications:

Ceramic, Fused Silica, Glass, Poly Carbonate lens

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Handling Instructions

It is recommended that evaluations of CHALLENGE 800 Series Products begin at a dilution of 3% mixed with deionized (DI) water. Tap water that does not contain hard water ions is also acceptable. The type/ degree of residue to clean (organics, particles, etc.) and the surface energy of the material determine the CHALLENGE 800 Series Product to use. A trained Intersurface Dynamics Sales Engineer will assist in making the correct recommendation for optimum cleaning performance. Other factors to consider include temperature, exposure time and the power of the cleaning equipment in use.

Storage

Product should be stored in a temperature controlled environment. Prolonged exposure to temperatures at or below 32° Fahrenheit (0°C) is discouraged. Prolonged exposure to temperatures at or above 100° Fahrenheit (38°C) is also discouraged. In addition, material should always be sealed when not in use to prevent evaporation.

Disposal

Dispose of in accordance with all applicable local regulations.

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