DOT 111/113

Chemical Exports of Louisiana DOT 111/113 MSDS

Chemical Exports of Louisiana DOT 111/113 is a water-based, non-toxic, biodegradable, cleaning solution for use on metal and other hard surfaces. The product can replace chlorinated solvents scheduled for elimination under the U.S. Clean Air Act and other environmentally objectionable cleaning solvents in specific cleaning applications. It is used to remove hydrocarbon and other organic residue as well as inorganic material from surfaces and is non-corrosive to a wide array of metals, plastics, rubber and other materials. It conforms to NASA test protocol for use in cleaning liquid oxygen systems and is accepted by the U.S. Navy as a pre-cleaner for oxygen systems. It is also used to clean outer surfaces of aircraft and bare metal prior to painting among many other general uses. Airlines headquartered in the United States use DOT 111/113 to wash the exteriors of aircraft.

Specification Conformance

Testing by independent testing laboratories has shown that DOT 111/113 conforms to the following military and industry specifications:

NASA NHB 8060.1c, Test 13A

Approved, 10% “LOX (Liquid Oxygen) Mechanical Impact Test”

NAVSEA Report on Aqueous Oxygen Cleaning and Processes, 24 March, 1994

Listed as Acceptable Products Pre-Cleaner

ARP 1755A
“Effect of Cleaning Agents on Aircraft Engine Materials - Stock Loss Test Method”

Conform, 20%, 100º F

General Electric Aircraft Engines
Chemical Technology 882
“Requirements for Approving Cleaners for Solvent Replacement”

Conform, 100%, 20%

Boeing BAC 5763
“Emulsion Cleaning and Aqueous Degreasing”

Conform, 10%

Boeing D6-l7487 Revision J
“Exterior Aircraft Cleaners”

Conform, 10%

Boeing D6-l7487 Revision J
“Exterior Aircraft Cleaners”

Conform, 100%, 10%

Douglas CSD #1
General Purpose Cleaner, Aircraft”

Conform, 100%, 10%

MIL-C-83873B, SECTION 3.7.5
Wet Adhesion Tape Test

Conform, 12%

Specific Testing
(Compatibility, Safety and Environmental)

DOT 111/113 has been tested according to the following standards by independent testing laboratories. Conformance criteria varies with individual requirements. Test reports are available upon request.

ASTM Standards

D 56

Test Method for Flash Point by Tag Closed Tester

D 92

Test Method for Flask and Fire Points by Cleveland Open Cup

D 93

Standard Test Methods for Flash Point by Pensky-Closed Tester

D 2240

Test Method for Rubber Property - Durometer Hardness

E 70

Test Method for pH of Aqueous Solutions with the Glass Electrode

F 483

Test Method for Total Immersion Corrosion Test for Aircraft Maintenance Chemicals

F 484

Test Method for Stress Crazing of Acrylic Plastics in Contact with Liquid or Semi-Liquid Compounds

F 485

Test Method for Effects of Cleaners on Unpainted Aircraft Surfaces

F 502

Test Method for Effects of Cleaning and Chemical Maintenance Materials on Painted Aircraft Surfaces

F 519

Method for Mechanical Hydrogen Embrittlement Testing of Plating Processes and Aircraft Maintenance Chemicals

F 1110

Test Method for Sandwich Corrosion Test

F 1111

Test Method for Corrosion of Low Embrittling Cadmium Plate by Aircraft Maintenance Chemicals

Other Standards

EPA-600-4-90-027 Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Effluents receiving Waters to Freshwater and Marine Organisms
40 CFR, Part 796, Subpart D (EPA 796.3100) Aerobic Aquatic Biodegradation, 28 Day Shake Flask Method
40 CFR, Part 60, App. A, Method 24 Determination of Volatile Matter Content, Water Content, Density, Volume Solids, and Weight Solids of Surface Coatings