CLP (clean, lubricate, protect) products are traditionally made of hazardous mineral oils and other petro-based solvents. Cortec’s EcoAir Biobased CLP offers an excellent environmentally friendly alternative in the form of EcoAir
Biobased CLP, a biobased product in an air-powered spray can.
Utilizing a canola oil base, EcoAir Biobased CLP contains 89 percent USDA-certified biobased content. It provides excellent penetrating, lubricating, and rust preventing action for industrial, shop, and home use. It can be used for many functions such as loosening rusted parts and protecting equipment components from wear and corrosion.
EcoAir Biobased CLP leaves behind a very persistent layer that resists corrosion for up to 24 months. If needed, the layer is easy to remove with common detergents.
For ease of application and added environmental friendliness, Cortec has packaged its biobased CLP fluid in an air-powered spray can that dispenses the lubricant without the use of flammable or ozone depleting propellants. EcoAir Biobased CLP can be sprayed in any direction, even upside down. Once the product is fully dispensed, the empty can is recyclable.
EcoAir Biobased CLP has many practical uses for MRO (maintenance, repair, and operation) around the shop or home in order to perform its clean, lubricate, and protect functions:
• Clean - Loosens and removes dirt and grime
• Works as an excellent penetrant and lubricant
• Loosens frozen and rusted bolts and other components
• Extends life of machine parts by reducing friction and wear
• Protect - Provides multiple-metal corrosion protection
EcoAir Biobased CLP can be sprayed on carbon steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel, aluminum and aluminum
alloys. Typical applications include:
• In-plant machining
• Bar and chain oiling
• Flange lubrication
• Lock and hinge maintenance
• Mold release
EcoAir Biobased CLP is freeze stable and comes packaged in 10-ounce net weight (284 g) recyclable steel cans, 12 cans per carton.
Related Glossary Terms
Substances having metallic properties and being composed of two or more chemical elements of which at least one is a metal.
- aluminum alloys
Aluminum containing specified quantities of alloying elements added to obtain the necessary mechanical and physical properties. Aluminum alloys are divided into two categories: wrought compositions and casting compositions. Some compositions may contain up to 10 alloying elements, but only one or two are the main alloying elements, such as copper, manganese, silicon, magnesium, zinc or tin.