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Comparison Of Detergency Characteristics

Comparison of detergency characteristics between tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) and LFA-11, a detergent developed for lead-contaminated dust removal.

By: Neil R. Wilson

Abstract

Data comparing TSP and LFA-11 surface tension, lead solubility, hardness ion tolerance and pH are presented. The significance of these data as it relates to detergency and lead contaminated dust removal for lead abatement activities […]

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LEDIZOLV Product Pricing

Effective Jan. 1, 2009

 

LEDIZOLV
Catalog
Number
Price
Shipping
Weight
Makes Up To
(Gallons) (1)
Cleans at Least
(sq. ft.) (2)

8 oz. Bottle
# 90801
$ 9.89

1 lbs.
3.2

640

Case of 36×8 ounces
# 90836
$ 283.14

23 lbs.
115

23,000

1 Gallon Bottle
# 90101
$ 72.93

9 lbs.
50

10,000

Case of 4×1 Gallons
# 90104
$ 243.10

37 lbs.
200

40,000

5 Gallon Pail
# 90501
$ 291.72

48 lbs.
250

50,000

15 Gallon Drum
# 91501
$ 815.38

143 lbs.
750

150,000

55 Gallon Drum
# 95501
$ 2873.75

523 lbs.
2750

550,000

 

Ledizolv® Cleaning Directions

Directions

This bottle contains Ledizolv® concentrate. Prepare a 2% solution by adding concentrated Ledizolv® to water as follows: 4 teaspoons to 1 quart of water, 1/3 cup to 1 gallon of water, one cup to 3 gallons of water, 1½ cups to 5 gallons of water, or 1 gallon to 49 gallons of water to make a […]

Lead Contaminated Soil

Lead-contaminated soil abounds in playgrounds, parks and backyards. Lead-contaminated soil poses a threat when children play in it and put their hands or other objects covered with this soil into their mouths. There also is a health hazard when people bring this soil into the house on their clothing or shoes and the dust […]

Lead Based Paint

During the 19th century, U.S. paint manufacturers began to use “white lead” as a pigment for house paint because it could be tinted a variety of colors and was thought to be a protective coating. Although lead poisoning from paint was documented as a serious threat to children in the early 1900s, lead was […]