Cramolin Replacement Inquiry
Years ago I had this spray product for use on the electrical switching devices of a Schober Organ. It contained 47% trichlorotrifluoroethane.
I don't see this listed in your current products. Is it now under a different name? I still have the organ and am in need of a spray product to clean the switching devices. Please advise which of your products you recommend.
What you're referencing is the old Cramolin R5 with TF solvent, and it's now banned by the EPA. The replacement is the DeoxIT® (D5S-6), with petroleum naphtha as the carrier solvent or the new DeoxIT® DN5 (DN5S-6N), which is non-flammable, non-drip and safe on plastics.