De-Oil-It is an innovative hydrocarbon DEGRADER solution

De-Oil-It degrades the following contaminants:

    • Fuels : gasoline, diesel, kerosene (heating and aviation quality), etc.
    • Oil : raw, refined, processed
    • TCE  –  Tricloroethylene
    • PCB  –  Polychlorinated Bi-Phenyls
    • PAH  –  Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
    • Benzene, Xylene, Toluene, Glycols

How it Works

Ready-to-Use or Industrial Concentrate

De-Oil-It is sold as a liquid solution in two formulas “Ready-to-Use” and “Industrial Concentrate”

Ready-to-Use is exclusively marketed as the De-Oil-It brand and is available in 22oz spray bottle, and jugs in volumes of 1 gallon – 2.5 gallon – 5 gallon, and we also offer a 55 gallon drum. These products are pre-mixed meaning the application process does not necessarily need to follow a dilution guide concerning ratios of water and De-Oil-It; we have already formulated an optimal solution strength relevant to nearly any residential and small to medium size business needs.

Industrial Concentrate is a non-diluted formula intended to be used in large remediation efforts to clean oil / fuel spills on land as well as water. Upon sale of De-Oil-It we will provide how-to-apply information including recommended dilution ratio and explain best-practice approaches to your remediation task.

Both formulas are non-hazardous.

Shipping Codes: NMFS Code 48580-3, Class 55 for domestic shipments and internationally the code is HS 3402.90.90

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Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a volatile, colorless liquid organic chemical. TCE does not occur naturally and is created by chemical synthesis. It is used primarily to make refrigerants and other hydrofluorocarbons and as a degreasing solvent for metal equipment. TCE is carcinogenic

TCE is used as a solvent for

• degreasing

• a spot cleaner in dry cleaning

• consumer products (cleaners and solvent degreasers, adhesives, lubricants, hoof polishes, mirror edge sealants, and pepper spray).

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are a group of more than 100 chemicals that are also called polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons. PAHs are released from burning coal, oil, gasoline, trash, tobacco, and wood.

PAHs are found in industries that produce or use coal tar, coke, or bitumen (asphalt). They are emitted by coal

gasification plants, smokehouses, municipal incinerators, and some aluminum production facilities

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) are a group of manmade chemicals. They are oily liquids or solids, clear to yellow in color, with no smell or taste. PCBs are very stable mixtures that are resistant to extreme temperature and pressure. PCBs were used widely in electrical equipment like capacitors and transformers.

Products that may contain PCBs include:

  • Transformers and capacitors.
  • Electrical equipment including voltage regulators, switches, re-closers,bushings, and electromagnets.
  • Oil used in motors and hydraulic systems.
  • Old electrical devices or appliances containing PCB capacitors.
  • Fluorescent light ballasts.
  • Cable insulation.

Benzene, Xylene, and Toulene

Natural occurring benzenes: Volcanos and Forrest Fires (or any large brush fire, etc.)

Products Containing Benzene

  • Paint, lacquer, and varnish removers
    • Industrial solvents
    • Gasoline and other fuels
    • Glues
    • Paints
    • Furniture wax
    • Detergents
    • Thinners
    • Inks
    • Adhesives and coatings
    • Rubbers
    • Industrial cleaning and degreasing formulations

Activities/Uses Involving Benzene

  • Emissions motor vehicle exhaust
    • Burning coal and oil
    • Painting and lithography
    • Dry cleaning
    • Making chemicals used to make:
      • Plastics
      • Resins
      • Nylon and synthetic fibers
    • Making some types of:
      • Lubricants
      • Rubbers
      • Dyes
      • Detergents
      • Pharmaceutical drugs
      • Agricultural chemicals (pesticides)

Industries Using Benzene

  • Petrochemical manufacturing
    • Petroleum refining
    • Coke and coal chemical manufacturing
    • Rubber tire manufacturing
    • Gasoline storage, shipment, and retail operations
    • Plastics and rubber manufacturing
    • Shoe manufacturing
    • Aviation fuels

Occupations/People Who May Be Exposed To Benzene

  • Steel workers
    • Printers
    • Rubber workers
    • Shoe makers
    • Laboratory technicians
    • Gasoline service station employees
    • Aviation, Industrial manufacturing

Places Where Benzene May Be Found

  • Air around waste sites and gas service stations
    • Contaminated well water, as a result of benzene leaks from underground storage tanks or hazardous waste sites containing benzene
    • Ends of airline runways
    • Agriculture pesticide control
    • Fertilization of lawns, sports areas, schools, etc.
    • Sewer drainage off of roads

Xylene is primarily used as a solvent (a liquid that can dissolve other substances), particularly in the printing, rubber and leather industries. Xylene is also used as:

  • Cleaning Agent
    • Paint Thinner and Remover
      • Varnish
      • Airplane Fuel
      • Gasoline
      • Shellac
      • Rust Preventatives
      • Pesticides
      • Lacquers

Toulene is primarily used in various cosmetic products, fuels, and other uses or found in products / elements such as:

  • Nail polish
    • Hair dyes
      • Crude oil
      • Pain thinners, stain removers
      • Adhesives, glues
      • Rubber
      • Gasoline especially racing fuel