Unlike your truck or garage, keeping equipment clean isn’t a “nice to have,” it’s a “must have.” Excess dust and debris don’t just make a mess, they can lead to equipment malfunction and a shorter lifespan. What’s more, they can also ultimately create work-safety issues or even fire.  

On-time and on-budget delivery makes customers and management happy and that requires keeping equipment and employees working at the top of their game. 

Cleaners and corrosion preventives work together to keep your production floor humming, your costs in check, and your hassles few and far between.


Cleaning: a delicate balance

A great dual-purpose parts cleaner and long-term rust preventive needs to efficiently remove the unwanted surface contaminates and provide a thin, continuous, imperceptible protective film.

When you’re choosing a dual-purpose cleaner/corrosion preventive, it helps to simplify your process and easier on your budget, procurement department, and inventory logistics.

QUAKER® 624 MPC’s does that for both ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Benefits include:

  • A moderate pH – offers operator acceptance and safety
  • Microbiologically stable –  provides product longevity, no offensive odors and operator acceptance
  • Non-foaming – minimizes usage and eliminates potential performance and safety issues


Rust and corrosion: no place to hide

When you’re working with metal, corrosion and rust are the monkeys always ready to jump on your back — causing costly mayhem and delays in your shop that can be proactively avoided.

There’s nothing like that sinking feeling when you uncover rust or corrosion. And once it starts, there’s no going back. This creates avoidable process inefficiencies leading to unnecessary incurred soft and hard costs related to labor, delays, production output, and most importantly, customer dissatisfaction.

Wondering what fluid will work best for you? Download our Ultimate Metalworking Fluid  Guide to get started.  Or contact us today by phone 1-888-872-1375 or email inquiries@qh-connect.com.