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… Continue Reading Go Easy with P-80® for Appliance Assembly
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… Continue Reading What is the dry time of P-80®? (And, why it matters)
What makes one cleaning product different from another? Aren’t they all the same? You may be surprised to learn that there are many different types of cleaners, each designed for varying purposes. Choosing the right cleaner for the job isn’t a “one size fits all” proposition, but rather a well thought out process in which… Continue Reading Formulated Cleaners…The Best Recipe For Safe, Powerful Cleaning!
There are an amazing number of rubber parts in a single automobile. It can be mindboggling to think of the various rubber components that are involved in the assembly of a car. O-rings, bushings, seals, hoses, engine mounts, belts, gaskets…any number of chassis, engine and suspension components are made of rubber or plastic. Rubber is… Continue Reading The Best Solution for Easy Automotive Rubber Assembly
IPC enhances expiration date format to better fulfill customer needs! What is the expiration date of my cleaner or assembly lubricant? One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is “What is the expiration date of my product?” The shelf-life of our temporary assembly lubricants is 2 years from the date of manufacture; the… Continue Reading You asked…We listened!
International Products Corporation will be exhibiting at The Clean Show, June 5 – June 8, 2017, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We invite you to visit us at Booth #3600. Learn how to save time, energy and labor costs on membrane and textile cleaning, and equipment maintenance. Free product samples are available for testing!… Continue Reading International Products Corporation Features Membrane Cleaners at The Clean Show
Should I choose a liquid concentrate or a powdered detergent for critical cleaning applications? With so many choices out there it can be difficult to figure out which cleaner is the best choice for your critical cleaning applications. After considering factors such as the surface being cleaned, the soil, the wash method and the proper… Continue Reading Unlock the Superior Power of Liquid Concentrates
Download Pump Maintenance ePaper When things are running smoothly it’s easy to overlook common maintenance chores and rationalize that it’s not worth the time to regularly inspect and replace parts. But nothing could be further from the truth. The reality is that most facilities have several pumps performing a variety of functions that are integral… Continue Reading Pump Maintenance in 7 Easy Steps
Cleaning tasks require individualized procedures; each cleaning application is unique. Cleaning processes should be developed carefully and methodically for each application to achieve the most beneficial and cost effective results. Consider a variety of factors to determine the proper technique for each distinct cleaning application. 1. Choose a detergent that best matches the soil: Determine… Continue Reading A 7 Step Guide to the Proper Usage of Critical Cleaners
How many times have you tried to push an O-ring into place only to have it pop right back out? Or tried to push a rubber hose onto a pipe only to find it wouldn’t slide into place because the fit was just too tight? These tasks can be very frustrating and can often require… Continue Reading 5 Ways Temporary Rubber Lubricants Can Help Ease Assembly