Traffic Film Remover (TFR) 500 concentrated detergents for use with all types of high-pressure washers. Removes heavy road film, grease, and general spoilage from bodywork and chassis.
Will quickly and efficiently clean cars, and industrial and commercial vehicles. Formulated to avoid streaking and staining on all types of bodywork. It is bacteriostatic and is therefore highly recommended where a disinfectant is to be subsequently used, for example on the farm or in the food industry.
Traffic Film Remover with Polish x 200 ltr
A powerful alkaline pressure washer additive that removes traffic film and leaves a protective shine. Designed with a controlled foam level to ensure a free-rinsing finish and an effective degreasing action. Suitable to remove traffic film, grease and dirt from all makes of cars, vans, lorries, tankers, curtain-sided vehicles and commercial vehicles. Ideally suited to the regular cleaning of prestigious fleets to preserve their appearance, TFR and Polish is used throughout the automotive and transport industry.
- State: Liquid
- Colour: Off-white
- Odour: Characteristic odour
- Evaporation rate: Moderate
- Oxidising: Non-oxidising (by EC criteria)
- Solubility in water: Soluble
- Viscosity: Non-viscous
- Boiling point/range°C: 100
- Relative density: 1.05 – 1.15
- pH: 13.4
Health and Safety Information:
Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothes and footwear immediately unless stuck to skin. Drench the affected skin with running water for 10 minutes or longer if substance is still on skin. Transfer to hospital if there are burns or symptoms of poisoning.
Eye contact: Bathe the eye with running water for 15 minutes. Transfer to hospital for specialist examination.
Ingestion: Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. If conscious, give half a litre of water to drink immediately. Give 1 cup of water to drink every 10 minutes. If unconscious, check for breathing and apply artificial respiration if necessary. If unconscious and breathing is OK, place in the recovery position. Transfer to hospital as soon as possible.
Inhalation: Remove casualty from exposure ensuring one’s own safety whilst doing so. If unconscious and breathing is OK, place in the recovery position. If conscious, ensure the casualty sits or lies down. If breathing becomes bubbly, have the casualty sit and provide oxygen if available. Transfer to hospital as soon as possible.