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Seeking MSDS and TDS for Novamax products

Q. John, I am looking for an MSDS for Gipcocide 922, which was apparently previously manufactured by Novamax. Any chance you might have this?

Justin Vickery
- Atlanta, Georgia
November 1, 2023

A. Hi Justin,
John privately replied to us.
We have forwarded his message, and it includes the current manufacturer of the product, and their phone number and e-mail address.
Luck & Regards,

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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
Striving to live Aloha - Pine Beach, New Jersey

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Q. I am looking for the technical spec for DS-9-314 which was manufactured by Novamax Technologies sometimes ago. The company was sold to Henkel, I believe, then to someone else. Anyone hasve the spec? Can you share with me or direct me to the source? Thanks for all your help.

Dai Vu
electroplating - Vista, California, USA

A. The Novamax cleaning products are now owned by Chem Tech. I believe they are in a suburb of Detroit, MI.

Gene Packman
- Great Neck, New York

A. I found an MSDS sheet for this product on the website for Hill Bros. Chemical, I guess they used to distribute it []

It was manufactured by Chemtech Finishing Systems, subsequently acquired by Heatbath. They have no product by that name, but they do have an acidic, phosphoric acid based cleaner that is similar. I'm sure if you contact them, they can help you.

dave wichern
Dave Wichern
Consultant - The Bronx, New York

A. I was Regional Business Director and GM for Novamax in Asia before it was sold to Henkel in late 90s. The DS product you are asking about was a Steel brightener. I may have access to the MSDS.
Regards, john

John Arrol
- Singapore
September 13, 2012

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