To meet the cleaning needs for aircraft painted with the latest trend in finishes, Nuvite Chemical Compounds (Booth 2664) has developed SS9-3, a wet-wash, debugger, and degreaser for all types of paint. SS9-3 is qualified for cleaning matte, satin, and gloss finishes and meets specifications for exterior and interior cleaning.

According to Nuvite, SS9-3 is a spray-on, wipe-off cleaning product and “is fast, thorough, and easy to use, leaving a streak-free, clear transparency without scratching.” Users can apply SS9-3 to remove grease, heavy soils, fluid from leaks, and other contaminants including insects from any kind of paint finish. SS9-3 meets D AMS 1526C, CSD1, and D6-17487 specifications, and it features a mild alkaline base with no polymer, resin, glosser, or clear coat, “which doesn’t compromise the clean, sleek look of a matte or satin finish,” the company said.

Nuvite is a division of Universal Photonics and manufactures compounds, polishes, and sealants for brightwork and paint care, exterior and interior cleaners, and equipment for keeping aircraft shiny and clean.

“Our commitment is to the advancement of polishing technology in all phases of fabrication,” said Radara Elkins, Nuvite field application engineer. “We are able to offer our customers a ‘one-stop shop’ for all of their exterior and interior care needs. It just reinforces our dedication to providing our customers with the most dependable and accurate service out there.”  


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