Tags: safer alternatives

6

Nov

Successful Tile Restoration with ActiveEco Products

With help from Envirofluid, this Aquatic Centre restored tiles and pool grids to their original colour. After spending thousands of dollars and getting lacklustre results from a contractor, this Aquatic Centre trialled ActiveEco products and successfully removed grime and dirt build-up on their tiles. The Situation: This Aquatic Centre encountered a problem with grime and […]

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30

Oct

Why You Should Stop Using Paint Thinner for Paint Clean-Up

Paint thinner is a solvent that is commonly used to thin oil-based paints, dilute paint that has dried, or clean paint equipment such as application equipment, containers, brushes, or rollers. Whilst certainly useful, these substances are highly toxic and can be dangerous if improperly used or disposed of. Dangers of Using Paint Thinner Paint thinner […]

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16

Sep

Scaled pipes

Tips for Removing Limescale from Pumps & Water Handling Equipment

Removing limescale deposits from pumps and water handling equipment can be done easily and safely with Triple7 Eco-Scale.

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2

Sep

Safe and Effective Mould Removal Aboard an Australian Navy Vessel

Envirofluid helped remove mould from the emergency shower rooms aboard an Australian Navy Vessel using Triple7 Heavy Duty.

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30

Aug

How to Clean Wheels and Tyres

Maintaining your fleet includes caring for your trucks’ wheels and tyres. Learn how to effectively clean them without using harmful chemicals!

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21

Aug

Parts washing

Should I Use Kerosene in My Parts Washer?

Kerosene is commonly used in parts washers for parts cleaning. However, it isn’t the most effective or safest option for this application. Read more to learn about a safer and better alternative.

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9

Jul

Are Traditional Chemical Drain Cleaners Safe to Use?

Chemical drain cleaners are widely used to clean and unclog drains, but what most don’t know is that these products can do more harm than good.

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11

Jun

Retired Melbourne Gardener Files First AU Cancer Case Against Monsanto

This month, a retired Melbourne gardener brings the first Australian lawsuit against Monsanto, maker of Roundup. The plaintiff, Michael Ogalirolo, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2011. He believes that his cancer was caused by years of exposure to glyphosate, which is the active component in Roundup.

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18

May

Airline Maintenance Company Achieves Optimal Cleaning Results

Choosing Triple7 Aircraft & Metal has helped this airline maintenance company achieve sustainable equipment cleaning processes.

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15

May

Removing Limescale from Pipework at a Water Authority

Limescale build-up at a water authority is effectively and safely removed using Triple7 Enviroscale, a bio-based, eco-friendly solution.

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