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Environmental cleaning agent, the inevitable trend of future medical cleaning



Environmental cleaning agent, the inevitable trend of future medical cleaning

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Environmental cleaning agent, the inevitable trend of future industrial cleaning

In the traditional industrial production, trichloroethylene has been used as an excellent industrial cleaning agent. It is used as a metal surface treatment agent, a cleaning agent before plating, painting, a metal degreaser and an extractant for fats, oils, and paraffins. , is an indispensable "universal pharmaceutical" in production, however, is such a magic drug, but it has already faced elimination.

First, lethal toxicity

Trichloroethylene has a paralytic effect on the central nervous system, and thus it has also been used as an analgesic, but it also causes liver, kidney, heart, and trigeminal nerve damage. Absorption of large amounts of trichloroethylene in a short period of time can even directly lead to acute poisoning reactions such as coma, headache and convulsions. Prolonged exposure can also cause chronic poisoning, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, sleep disturbances, gastrointestinal disorders, peripheral neuritis, myocardial damage, trigeminal nerve palsy and liver damage. May cause skin damage. In a large number of animal experiments there are also manifestations of carcinogenicity and harm to reproduction. The great poison of trichloroethylene is known.

Second, environmental pollution

Trichloroethylene is not only harmful to the human body, but also harmful to the environment. It directly pollutes the water body, destroys the ecological environment of the water body, and also pollutes the atmosphere and destroys the ozone layer. Therefore, trichloroethylene has always been the focus of monitoring by the environmental protection department.

Third, the explosion danger

Trichloroethylene has a direct explosion hazard. It can be combusted and exploded in the event of an open flame or high heat energy. As an industrial cleaning agent that requires heavy use, explosion hazards have undoubtedly become a hanging sword, and management may have negligence. It's a big mistake.

As a result, trichloroethylene has been banned in some countries abroad, but it has also been included in domestic control products and has gradually been banned.

Then, without trichloroethylene, what about industrial cleaning? Of course, there is no need to worry about this. The human wisdom is endless. The development of an environmentally friendly cleaning agent known as the trichloroethylene alternative completely solves this problem. The environmental cleaning agent is composed of surfactants (such as sodium alkylbenzene sulfonate, sodium fatty alcohol sulfate) and various additives. (such as sodium tripolyphosphate) and adjuvants. Its most important feature is that it retains the cleaning effect of traditional cleaning agents, and it is non-toxic, non-polluting and explosive, and the range of use is even wider.

At present, all countries are making every effort to develop environmentally friendly cleaning technologies in order to reduce energy consumption and prevent excessive damage to the environment. In the United States, various scientific research institutions pay special attention to the research and development of environmental protection technologies. A large number of high-tech companies represented by the international community have successively launched new technologies in the past two years, which has attracted international attention. China is also gradually moving closer to this new technology, but there is still a big gap, and most of it is based on introduction. It can be seen that the field of industrial cleaning in the future will inevitably be the world of environmentally friendly cleaning agents.