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Parts washer solvents

In recent years, the parts cleaning industry has seen many innovations in the development of viable alternatives to solvents for removing contaminants. But if solvents are what your business needs, Safetykleen can supply hydrocarbon solvents that are recycled at the end of their life to minimize environmental impact.

Our all-inclusive service

A regular supply of solvents is included as standard in our parts cleaning service. For a predictable monthly fee, and no up-front costs, we also provide:

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Parts washers

That we'll install without any up-front costs

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Cleaning fluid

Tailored to your parts cleaning needs and supplied at regular intervals

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Training & support

So your staff know how to get the best out of your parts washer

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Regular machine maintenance

Cleaning, servicing and repair are included in the price

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Waste removal

We'll collect your used cleaning solvent, dispose of it and handle the compliance

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Why choose a Safetykleen parts washer solvent?

Easy, effective parts cleaning solutions

Safetykleen customers never have to worry about the supply, storage or handling of solvents. At regular, predetermined intervals, our team will visit the customer’s site to remove the spent cleaning solvent from the parts washer, clean and service the machine, and then refill it with fresh cleaning fluid, reducing the risk associated with keeping flammable products and hazardous waste on site.

Solvent recycling for sustainability

Safetykleen is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of the solvents and diluents it uses, and so once the parts washer has been emptied, the used solvent is taken to be recycled in line with European regulations.

What do our customers think?

Based on 1442 reviews collected up to February 2022