Description of SKYWIPES
Formerly Elixair part numbers 602-2 and 602-5R.
SkyWipes are non-flammable, water-based wipes for the effective removal of wet and semi-cured polysulphide, polythioether, polyurethane, RTV and silicone sealant residues as well as greases, oils and other general surface contaminants.
Each wipe is impregnated with SkyWash, offering a low odour, low VOC and non-flammable cleaning method, ensuring increased worker safety and environmental responsibility. These quality low lint wipes are effective on most common surfaces found in the aerospace manufacturing and maintenance sectors.
- Water-based and low-odour
- Quickly cleans and degreases surfaces
- Removes wet & semi-cured sealant residues and other surface contaminants
- Low lint content and leave no residue
- Safe alternative to traditional solvents such as MEK, MPK, IPA, and acetone
- SkyWipes are classed as non-flammable
- SkyWipes also make a great general and tool cleaner
- Simple and quick to use – reduce cleaning time
- Economical compared to traditional methods
Store in a cool, dry place in original packaging. Avoid extreme temperatures.Refer to product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for detailed health and safety information before using this product.For industrial use only.
Directions for use
1. Open packaging (bucket or flatpack) and withdraw one wipe.2. Close packaging again to prevent remaining wipes drying out.3. Wipe surface to clean contaminated surface or remove excess wet or semi-cured sealant.4. Dispose of used wipe in appropriate waste bin.5. Repeat process as required to achieve best results.
- BAE SYSTEMS
- AVP 2-024 & AVP 2-026 (no use on acrylic & polycarbonate)
- NSN numbers: 8030-01 -466-1644,8030-01-466-1646
- ROLLS ROYCE
- CSS204 TYPE B, OMat 1/287
- ABP 8-1294, TYPE III / ABR 9-0140, TYPE III / AIPI 09-01-002 TYPE III
- LOCKHEED MARTIN
- STM 40-500 TYPE II, Class B, EPS/EMAP G32.5102
- UK Ministry of Defense
- HAWK AEDIT: 33C/8030-99-5008568
- HAWKER BEECHCRAFT/ RAYTHEON
- BAEP 9053 paragraph 4,4 / BAEP 1001 paragraph 5 BAEP 1002 paragraph 5