How To Choose the Proper Membrane Cleaner

Cleaning filter membranes is a challenge faced by water treatment facilities across a variety of industries. In addition to municipal water treatment plants, wastewater treatment occurs in the automotive, metalworking, food & beverage, textile, parts cleaning, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, industrial manufacturing, and electronics industries. Keeping filter membranes clean is a concern to all of… [Read More]


Are You Using Your Cleaner At The Right Temperature?

Establishing a cleaning regimen is no easy feat. So many factors need to be considered: soils, substrates, cleaning method, choice of detergent, length of cleaning cycle, amount of cleaner needed and cleaning temperature. By carefully considering all of these factors, you are on your way to setting up a cleaning protocol that is both effective… [Read More]


Hassled By Hose Assembly? P-80® Lubricants Can Help!

Rubber hoses are everywhere! Have you ever stopped to consider how many everyday items have hoses? Cars, trucks, buses, planes, boats, motorcycles, construction equipment, appliances, pumps, and medical equipment all contain hoses. So, what exactly is a hose? Hoses are flexible hollow tubes that transport fluids, or gases, from one location to another. It’s easy… [Read More]


International Products Corporation Features Membrane Cleaners at WEFTEC

International Products Corporation will be exhibiting at WEFTEC, October 1 – 4, 2017, at the McCormick Center in Chicago IL.  We invite you to visit us at Booth #1362. Learn how to save time, energy and labor costs on membrane cleaning, and equipment maintenance. Free product samples are available for testing!  Click to Download


Cleaning and Disinfecting…Why You Need To Do Both

Cleaning and Disinfecting Are Not The Same Cleaning and disinfecting achieve two distinctly different objectives. Each plays an extremely important role in getting equipment ready to be used for food processing or pharmaceutical manufacturing. It is important to understand the differences between the two, and how each contributes to the overall preparation of manufacturing equipment…. [Read More]


Which P-80® Lubricant Is The Right Choice For My Job?

What is P-80®? P-80® is a line of temporary rubber assembly lubricants designed to decrease the installation force needed to install rubber parts, enabling them to slide easily into place. P-80 lubricants are water-based and do not contain alcohol or petroleum distillates, so they will not cause rubber to swell, dry out or harden. P-80… [Read More]


Frustrated by Heavy Duty Truck Assembly and Repair?

What is one of the most frustrating tasks of heavy duty truck assembly and repair? Installing or replacing rubber parts! Heavy duty trucks and trailers are full of rubber parts. O-rings, bushings, leaf springs, seals, hoses, engine mounts, belts and gaskets are just some of the parts that can be difficult to install or replace…. [Read More]



Go Easy with P-80® for Appliance Assembly

Dishwashers, washers and dryers, refrigerators, mixers, blenders, and many other appliances are composed of numerous rubber and soft plastic parts. Hoses, O-rings, seals, grommets, plugs, belts and valves are just some of the many parts that can be found in common household appliances.  Rubber’s slip resistant nature can make appliance assembly difficult. Using a temporary… [Read More]


What is the dry time of P-80®? (And, why it matters)

Why does dry time matter? P-80® lubricants are temporary assembly lubricants. When P-80 is wet it provides the needed lubrication to reduce the friction of rubber parts during assembly. Once P-80 dries the lubrication ceases and parts stay in place. Some assembly applications may benefit from using a quick-drying lubricant. This is often the case… [Read More]

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