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MN-105 is the only Boeing approved, stabilized n-Propyl Bromide based solvent for the replacement of Trichloroethylene, Perchloroethylene and 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in aerospace vapor degreasing. MN-105 is listed as an approved material on Boeing’s PSD 6-62 specification for use under

MN-105 is the only Boeing approved,stabilized n-Proply Bromide based solvent for the replacement of Trichloroethylene,Perchloroethylene and 1,1,1-Trichloroethane is aerospace vapor degreasing. MN-105 is listed as an approved material on Boeing’s PSD 6-62 specification for use under  BAC 5408. In addition, MN-105 has been approved by Bell Helicopter under Materials Bulletin 1918 for vapor degreasing MN-105 is a patented azeotropic mixture that can be distilled and reused through numerous cycles before it needs to be replaced. the synergistic action of MN-105 ‘s patented stabilizer package typically precludes the need to ever add stabilizers to maintain the integrity of the solvent through normal use.

HEALTH & SAFETY

MN-105 is a non-flammable, non-carcinogenic solvent mixture that is safe to use in many applications. MN-105 recommends that safe work practices are implemented whenever handling chemicals of any kind to minimize exposure levels and prevent toxic effects. Please refer to the MN-105 Material Safety Data Sheet for more specific information on workplace exposure levels, toxicity and personal safety recommendations.

MN-105 is classified as non-hazardous for transport by the U.S. DOT. For international shipments, MN-105 is exempt from classification as a flammable material per Special Provision A3 under Sub Section 4.4 in the IATA shipping manual. MN-105 is classified as a non-hazardous waste unless RCRA hazardous contaminants are deposited into the material through a cleaning process. The principal component of MN-105 , n-Propyl Bromide, is currently classified as 100% Volatile Organic Compound (VOC). MN-105 has petitioned the U.S. EPA for VOC exempt status based on low atmospheric reactivity derived from independent testing. The U.S. EPA has approved n-Propyl Bromide under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) as a suitable replacement for ozone depleting chemicals. N-Propyl Bromide has been shown to neither deplete the ozone layer nor contribute significantly to global warming.

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