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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November 1, 2013

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


Score 100


Score 100 is a user friendly, heavy-duty cleaning concentrate that has been formulated as an alternative to many hazardous industrial cleaning compounds, that are based on solvents or Sodium Hydroxide.

Main Features:

Score 100 is a water-based tensio-active smart cleaning detergent containing a blend of specialised ingredients that enables many types of industrial contamination to be cleaned.

The formulation is designed to be non-toxic, non flammable and biodegradable.

The chemical can be used for cleaning a wide variety of cleaning activities using a wide range of application techniques.

Technical Benefits:

Score 100 is principally designed for use in the cleaning of hydrocarbon based deposits, plus animal and vegetable oils and fats.

A variety of application techniques enables machinery, engine components, tanks and equipment to be cleaned simply and cost effectively.


Score 100 can be applied with a brush or high pressure spray equipment or by the use of immersion or circulation.

The chemical can be diluted with water depending on the amount and type of contamination, but typically the use of 1 part concentrated chemical to 9 parts water is effective.

The use of warm to hot water (70-80 degrees C) during the chemical application will increase the cleaning efficiency.

Rinsing with water however is always important to be carried out after cleaning.


It is recommended that the surfaces to be cleaned or treated should initially be tested with a small amount of the selected chemical in a non-critical area, to determine if any adverse reaction takes place.


Refer appropriate MSDS before handling and use.