nPB solvent for vapour degreasing has been banned from July 2020 – EnviroTech Europe have low cost alternatives.

Bad news for your business. Coronavirus, Brexit, redundancies, social distancing reduced cash flow.

If that is not enough and you are using nPB solvent for vapour degreasing that’s another problem to worry about as it cannot be used after 4th July.

Don’t panic it’s not too late to change and comply, as we have replacements which are guaranteed to give the same results at no increase in your costs of usage. It is late but we can give you the information to easily make the change in a day without fuss.

You have questions – of course:
How can it be so simple?

The EnSolv range of stabilised nPB based vapour degreasing solvents is the market leader in this field worldwide. EnviroTech Europe, the manufacturers, know this product inside out with hundreds of satisfied users.  We have been fighting the EU authorities for 20 years regarding classification, but with limited resources and the corporate giants with money to lose as EnSolv gained more and more of the market. Money talks so the Commission ignored the evidence and banned nPB for use as a vapour degreasing solvent with the sunset date in July 2020.

If you are interested in the history, it is all explained in detail on our website.

With our extensive knowledge of user needs EnviroTech Europe, during the intervening years, have developed new compliant solvent formulations which are simple “drop-in” replacements.

No new equipment needed, guaranteed results and no extra costs to worry about.

We can’t guarantee that more changes will not happen in the future, but you will then have time to evaluate whether the new generation of wonder products which reduce global warming a smidgeon is worth the enormously increased costs.

Talk to us about whether EnSolv CC-A or ProSolv will be the best choice for your application.  Advice, literature, changeover instructions are all available to make the change quickly, easily and at no extra cost of usage.

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