DISCRETE CONCRETE REMOVER
DISCRETE CONCRETE REMOVER LIQUID WASH
Discrete is an advance in the chemistry of removing cement and grout residues from concrete mixing and transporting equipment, newly laid tiled flooring and a variety of surfaces affected by cement splash on the construction site.
This human and environmentally safe cleaning product is used in and around the mining, machinery and concrete industries and sites Australia wide.
Some of the sites that are using Discrete Concrete Remover are Olympic Dam, Lady Loretta Mine, Mt Isa, North Parkes, Cadia, Mineral Hill and many more Australia Wide.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the chemical make-up of Discrete Concrete Remover?
A low pH organic salt blended with biodegradable wetting agents. Discrete is based on acid-replacement technology and although low in pH does not contain traditional acids such as Hydrofluoric, Hydrochloric, Sulfuric, Nitric, Citric, Sulphamic, Oxalic and Glycolic.
How does Discrete Concrete Remover work?
This proprietary formulation uses newly researched acid-replacement technology where the organic salt, being low in pH, acts like an acid in the cleaning process but has none of the characteristics associated with acid cleaners. This provides the user with all the cement residue removal power they need without the associated dangers of using an acid such as acid burns, fuming and dangerous goods transportation and storage.
Will Discrete Concrete Remover cause corrosion?
Discrete displays a dramatically improved corrosive profile to traditional acid cleaners in respect of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. When used as directed, negligible corrosion occurs and even when used undiluted the level of corrosion to ferrous metals is almost undetectable. However, it should be remembered that Discrete has a low pH and corrosion will occur on metals submerged in Discrete for extended periods.