Chemists at M-Pro7 studied the bonds between the copper and carbon fouling and found that the layers attach to bore steel differently than previously thought in the industry. As a result, they developed a non-toxic chemistry that not only succeeds in removing copper fouling faster, but more thoroughly than traditional, ammonia based methods. M-Pro7 Copper Remover does not etch copper fouling in the same way as ammonia based chemistries.
M-Pro7 Copper Remover's technology attacks the edges of the copper fouling in a barrel and penetrates underneath the layers. This methodology is lifting and removing copper fouling entire layers at a time, rather than etching a small portion of the copper. Consequently, the copper fouling comes out as a copper colored sludge. The chemists also addressed the other limitations of traditional copper fouling removal. The new M-Pro7 Copper Remover technology is odorless and non-hazardous for safe use. The new technology is also completely safe on bore steel and leaves no hydrophilic crystals. If allowed to dry, the Copper Remover leaves a protective film that is very effective for short-term corrosion protection.