from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The power or quality of cleansing.
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- n. The active property of a detergent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A cleansing quality or power.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. detergent quality; the quality of having cleansing power
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This low-viscosity oil is claimed to provide excellent detergency, keeping grinding wheels clean and allowing chips to be efficiently flushed away from the process.
Retiol CO-5 is said to have the following performance benefits: protects against cobalt leaching; transparent, enabling clear view of workpiece; good cooling properties; high resistance to bacterial and fungal growth; superior tramp oil rejection; high detergency; fast settling of chips/fines; low foam levels; good corrosion protection.
Lubriserv said the product offers the following performance benefits: protects against cobalt leaching; transparent, enabling clear view of workpiece; good cooling properties; high resistance to bacterial and fungal growth; good tramp oil rejection; high detergency - no wheel glazing, extends life; fast settling of chips/fines - keeps machine cleaner and aids filtration; low foam levels even on high-pressure systems; and good corrosion protection.
The two exceptions we've pointed out are in the toothpaste applications, where the specialty phosphate is a significant portion of the cost and likewise in detergency.
So, our detergency applications, the technical grade STPP can be a significant portion of the cost also.
OptiClean ™ D is buffered to reduce pH fluctuation during cleanings and uses powerful chelating and detergency technology to aggressively remove inorganic foulants, "says Ryan Furukawa, PWT's Technical Support Manager.