Henkel Turco 5884 Turbine Engine Compressor Cleaner
Cleaning your aircraft's engine should be part of your regular maintenance schedule. Make light work of the tedious task with Henkel Turco 5884 Turbine Engine Compressor Wash. The liquid wash is designed for use with compressor washers, going to work quickly to loosen up dirt and grime. Henkel Turco Turbine Engine Compressor Cleaner from SkyGeek goes by many names. Whether you call it Henkel BONDERITE® C-MC 5884™ AERO maintenance cleaner or simply Henkel Turco® 5884™, you'll enjoy the same powerful performance and reliability. Henkel Turco Turbine Engine Compressor Wash is a highly concentrated liquid solution that can be mixed with water just before use. Spray it onto soiled areas and allow it to sit to effectively remove salt, oil and solid deposits from in-service jet engine parts. The bigger the mess, the longer you should let the solution penetrate before rinsing. The cleaner can safely be used on compressor blades, rotors, guide vanes and more. These components must be periodically cleaned to avoid abnormal temperature increases, power loss and increases in fuel consumption.
Henkel Turco 5884 Turbine Engine Compressor Wash from SkyGeek is an all-purpose cleaner for your aircraft's engine components. It is made by a brand you can trust and the powerful formula delivers incredible results with every use. If you're looking for an engine wash that's affordable effective, this cleaner will fit the bill. At SkyGeek, we have what you need to keep your aircraft clean, inside and out, all for the lowest prices. Order now and choose your preferred container size to suit your needs. Select sizes may qualify for quantity pricing and same-day shipping. A manufacturer's certification may be added to any order.
Turco 5884 InstructionsConcentration: Mix 1 part TURCO 5884 with 4 parts distilled or demineralized water for PROCEDURE "A". Mix 1 part TURCO 5884 with 1 part distilled or demineralized water, for PROCEDURE "B".
NOTE: For cold weather (below 0ºC) add 20% by volume methanol (methyl alcohol) or glycol.
PROCEDURE "A" - Pressure pot with control valve, hose and spray nozzle or a Drum Master Model #220 for direct proportioning from the container.
PROCEDURE "B" - Special cleaning rig consisting of pressure tank, pump, valves and supply hose specified by Jet Engine Manufacturer.
PROCEDURE "A"- Rotating Engine With Starter
PROCEDURE "B" - With Engine Operating (Allow engine to cool after shutdown for a minimum of 45 minutes).