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  • First Contact Red Spray Formula
Dec 2007
Photonic Cleaning Technologies LLCRequest Info
For Cleaning Optics, Mirrors or Crystals
PLATTEVILLE, Wisc., Dec. 28, 2007 -- Photonic Cleaning Technologies said its red spray formula First Contact polymer solution takes the "drag"' out of cleaning by allowing the user to simply point, spray and allow it to dry. The solution makes it easy to clean any size or shape optic, mirror or crystal without touching the delicate, precision surfaces.

First Contact polymer film prevents recontamination, providing nano-level cleanliness, the company said. The inert polymers in First Contact's red spray formula are easily visible and render surfaces molecularly clean. Some optics have been protected with First Contact polymers for more than three years in storage.

FirstContact.jpgFirst Contact's red spray formula can be applied with either manual- or pressurized- spray systems and will be one of the products featured by Photonic Cleaning Technologies at Booth 3023 during Photonics West 2008 in San Jose, Calif., Jan. 22-24.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

Photonic Cleaning Technologies LLC
1895 Short Lane Rd., Bldg 1
Platteville, WI 53818
Phone: (608) 467-5396
Fax: (608) 467-5397


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