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Rizistal CL510 – Safer Solvent

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Available in 5L, 10L £27.24 (Incl VAT)

£22.70 (Excl VAT)

Rizistal CL510 Safer Solvent is a glycol ether used to clean tools and remove spills during the installation of any Rizistal products.

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Rizistal CL510 Safer Solvent is a glycol ether which is highly useful as a mid to slow evaporating solvent.

Safer Solvent is specially formulated to clean tools and remove spills made during the application of any Rizistal products.

It is a low viscosity, highly penetrating solvent that can also be used to help remove localised oil based spills.

It has a higher flash point than many other common solvents which makes the product far safer to handle and store.

Molecular Weight: (g/mol) 148.2
Boiling Point at 760 mmHg: 1.01 at 190°C (374°F)
Flash Point: 75°C (167°F)
Freezing Point: -83°C (-117°F)
Specific Gravity (25/25°C): 0.951
Vapor Density (air = 1): 5.11
Viscosity (cP or mPa•s at 20°C): 3.7
Surface Tension (dynes/cm or mN/m at 20°C): 68.7 at 1,000 mg/L
Specific Heat (J/g/°C at 25°C): 2.25
Heat of Vaporisation (J/g) at normal boiling point: 267
Autoignition Temperature: 207°C (405°F)
Evaporation Rate (n-butyl acetate = 1.0): 0.035
Flammable Limits (vol.% in air): Lower 1.1, Upper 14


Technical Data | CL510 Safer SolventMSDS One Pack | CL510 Safer Solvent

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5 L, 10 L

1 review for Rizistal CL510 – Safer Solvent

  1. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Initially, I was reluctant to buy this product as I feared I would be stuck with a gallon of something that a DIY-er may find difficult to dispose of. However, in the end I was glad I had been persuaded to buy it – although the case of a large surplus still applies (hence not 5 stars!). I researched other solvents and they all looked highly problematic.

    Without the solvent I don’t think a reasonably satisfactory repair could have been made. The mortar does stick to the trowel making it impossible to get a smooth finish.

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