1. RINSITE is a liquid additive used in the final stages of metal cleaning and plating (and tumbling) operations to improve rinsing.
2. It makes dry-down uniform, eliminates water spotting and tarnishing, and retains the bright finish of the metal. It leaves an invisible, non-oily film to retard rusting.
3. Rinsite also may be used to prevent rusting when air testing equipment such as tanks, regulators and compressors.
Rinsite is added to the final rinse of plating or metal cleaning operations at 1/8 to 1/2 of 1% by volume of water. Slightly higher concentrations may be desirable with cold rinse water. Temperatures may vary from 10° to 60°C (50° to 140°F).
The non-oily, rust-retarding film that Rinsite leaves should not be rinsed off of plated work.
Concentrations are titrated using Gardotest Procedure 52.
Sample Size: 10.0 mL
NOTES ON USE (see Safety Data Sheet)
Avoid contact or mixing with acids.
Safety and Handling Precautions: Rinsite is a mildly alkaline material. Direct contact may cause irritation of eyes. Prolonged skin contact may cause irritation. It may be harmful if swallowed. Do not get in eyes. Avoid prolonged skin contact. Wash thoroughly after handling. Do not take internally.
First Aid in Case of Contact: For eyes, flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. If eyes are irritated, get medical attention. For skin, flush with water. If swallowed, rinse out mouth with water thoroughly. Drink plenty of water. Contact a physician.
SAFETY & HANDLING
Prior to handling and use of any of the materials referenced in this document, the Safety Data Sheets should be read and understood by all personnel in contact with these materials.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Dry indoor storage at temperatures between 40°F and 100°F (4.4°C and 37.8°C) is recommended, away from any incompatible materials referenced in the Safety Data Sheets. All containers should be tightly closed when not in use.
Any disposal of the materials referenced in this document should be in accordance with all applicable federal, state, providential and local regulations. The process solution can contain components other than those present in the materials as supplied. Analysis of process solutions may be required prior to disposal.