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Polyurethane Foam Cleaner

PU cleaner

Reference : 910007

The Soppec PRO TECH Polyurethane Foam Cleaner is designed to remove fresh PUR (polyurethane) foam after general work operations. It will also remove glue, wax, grease and oil residues, etc. It includes a spray and additional connector designed for using to clean a PUR spray gun thus extending its working life.

Polyurethane Foam Cleaner

VAT included
Volume: 400 ml
Unité de vente: 1 box of 12

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Specifications of the Polyurethane Foam Cleaner

  • Packaging: 400 ml
  • Composition: acetone
  • Appearance: colourless clear liquid
  • Propellant: propane-butane
  • VOC-EU g/l: 715 g/l
  • Relative density (20°C g/ml): 0.715
  • Vapour pressure at 20°C: 3.1 bar
  • Spray flow: 2.5 g/sec


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Data sheet

400 ml
Product type
Cleaner, Technical product
Application domain
Surfaces cleaning
Application area
Metal, Plastic
Box of 12 cans

Specific References


Instructions of use of the Polyurethane Foam Cleaner

  • Shake thoroughly before use. Soppec Polyurethane Foam Cleaner may not be compatible with certain painted and plastic surfaces, we therefore recommend carrying out a test beforehand.
  • To remove fresh PUR foam
  • Place the nebuliser on the aerosol valve and maintain in a vertical position. Spray abundantly onto the foam residues. Leave to act for several minutes then remove the foam. Repeat if necessary.
  • To clean a foam gun
  • Screw the aerosol onto the gun adapter (do not fit the nebuliser) and squeeze the gun trigger several times to fill it with the PUR cleaner. Continue until foam is no longer produced. Leave the PUR Cleaner for about 10 minutes and then action the spray gun.

CLP labelling with two pictograms.

Dangerous. Follow the precautions.

H222 Extremely flammable aerosol.
H229 Pressurised container: May burst if heated.
H319 Causes serious eye irritation.
H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.

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Health and safety

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