21st Century Chemical founded in 1998 specializes in replacing hazardous solvents with a unique non-hazardous solvent replacement technology. The uses for this technology can reach into almost any application or industry that use flammable, toxic or chlorinated solvents. We are experts in identifying novel ways in eliminating problem solvents with 100% biodegradable non-toxic alternatives. Our solvent replacement technology can actually save considerable costs while reducing or eliminating hazardous waste. Our formulation criteria is to only use non-toxic non-regulated ingredients that offer superior cleaning efficiency while being easy to use.
Human & Environmentally Safe Cleaning
• Made with Plant Based Ingredients
• 100% Biodegradable
• No Ozone Depleting Chemicals (EPA SNAP solvent)
• No Environmentally Hazardous Ingredients
• Made from renewable resources
Surfasolve products will effectively handle any type of industrial application currently using hazardous solvents. Surfasolve's low evaporation rate and highly efficient formula can significantly reduce overall solvent usage. It contains no water and is reactive in polymer system, unlike other green solvents which may contain up to 50% water.
Surfasolve Solvent Replacement Technology products are high performance, environmentally friendly ingredients designed as an alternative to hazardous and highly flammable petroleum based solvents. It is not a flammable liquid*, contains no Hazardous Air Pollutants and is not a HAZMAT.
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* According to the California Air Resources Board's (CARB), OTC Model Rule, and Federal VOC Standards, Surfasolve Products are exempt from VOC limit requirements because they are an LVP-VOC (low vapor pressure VOC). All regulations define an LVP-VOC as a compound or mixture which meets one of the following criteria: 1) The compound has a vapor pressure of less than 0.1 mm Hg at 20°C; 2) the compound has more than 12 carbon atoms, or a mixture comprised solely of compounds with more than 12 carbon atoms, and the vapor pressure is unknown or 3) the compound has a boiling point greater than 216°C.