Destruction of odours

Unlike many other products,
O-Scent doesn't hide the smell but destroys the odour-particles on a molecular level.

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Water Lube

Water Lube is a water-based formulation, used during the manufacture of paper tissue and towel products in the paper converting industry. It replaces mineral oil lubricants and avoids build-up of laminating glues, fibres and dust on the steel embossing and rubber marrying rollers.


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demoTechnic Eco Services welcomes you on her new website. With this site we hope to create a clear image of what we stand for and which specialty chemical solutions we can offer you. Feel free to browse around and we especially recommend you to take a look at our products O-Scent and Water Lube. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for taking an interest and hopefully we will hear from you soon.

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The Technic Eco Services Team




Wetglide is a highly concentrated, synthetic lubricant for smooth non-friction transport of food and beverage packaging.


  • Usable for any type of water hardness.
  • Improved lubricating features.
  • Ideal for a wide range of packagings (bottles, cans, cardboard) on both synthetic and steel conveyors.
  • Does not affect ink on labels and cartons.
  • Extremely low foaming – no foam build-up on the floor.
  • Excellent cleaning action.
  • Not affected by CO2.
  • Not affected by sulphates and/or other anions in the water solution.


Universal maintenance product for conveyors. Extremely low foaming. Highly concentrated. Excellent cleaning power.
Wetglide is dosed automatically. This product can be used in hard water.

  • Recommended concentrations for use: 0,1% (1:1000) – 0,2 %(1:500)

Optimising of the concentration for use depends on site-related factors which can only be determined by a test.

Wetglide is suitable for all materials used on transport/conveyor systems: stainless steel, aluminium, synthetic materials, and most rubbers (natural and/or synthetic).


Always wear safety goggles.


Refer also appropriate MSDS before handling and use.