A high pressure, inert, liquefied gas that removes dust and loose debris. It prevents electronic component
errors, downtime and damage caused by microscopic dust in electronic devices, data processing
equipment, servo-mechanisms and similar apparatus. Compared to traditional aerosol based dusters, it has
been formulated to minimize its long-term environmental impact by reducing its Global Warming Potential
(GWP) value to 7
• Low Global Warming Potential (GWP)
• Non-flammable (according to directive 2008/47/EC)
• Blows away dirt, dust, particles and dry contaminants
• ‘Pure’ gas – will not leave residue like compressed air cleaning
• Essential for all cleaning operations where liquid solvents are inappropriate.
• Helps to eliminate failures occurring when fluids (water, oil mist …) are trapped in dust or dirt.
• Harmless to plastics, coatings and delicate components
• NSF registration :K2 (registration number: 139792)
• Printed circuit boards
• Optics, lenses and sensors
• Precision instruments
• Laboratory equipment
• Communication equipment
• Data processing equipment
• For best results, use the “quick shot” method aiming at the contamination to be removed. After
multiple or continuous application, allow some time for the internal pressure to be restored.
• Use extension tube for precision applications and hard-to-reach areas.
For use on energized equipment keep ambient temperature under 28°C.
Typical product data (without propellant)
|Appearance :||Colourless gas|
|Specific gravity (liquid, 20°C) :||1.2|
|Vapour pressure (20°C) :||420 kPa|
|Ozone depletion potential:||None|
|Global Warming Potential:||7|
|Tests according directive 2008/47/EC:||non flammable*|
|Flame extension test :||Pass < 15 cm|
|Drum test:||Pass > 300 s/m³|
Aerosol : 12×250 ML
*Although classified as nonflammable by GHS, DOT, IATA and IMDG and as measured by ASTM E-681 and ISO 10156, Solstice® Propellant (HFO-1234ze) can exhibit vapor flame limits at elevated temperatures. Solstice® Propellant has a very narrow flammable range (LFL-UFL) of 8.0-8.5 volume percent in air at one atmosphere under the following conditions:
- Temperature is 86°F (30°C), (and)
- Relative Humidity ≥50%, (and)
- High energy ignition source or open flame is present
Accordingly, CRC recommends that for use on energized electrical equipment the ambient temperature should be below 28°C.