Non-VOC substitute for mineral spirits and stoddard solvent

Designed as a state of the art aqueous solvent system employed by Inland Technology’s expertise in hybrid chemistry to create a partswashing solution with the cleaning performance of solvent, and the environmental compliance of water-based cleaner

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Benefits & Uses

MILLENNIUM® is the first non-VOC, non-HAP aqueous partswashing cleaner to solve the corrosion issues common to water-based cleaners.

MILLENNIUM® helps users break out of the tangle of regulations regarding air emissions, disposal, and industrial health hazards. MILLENNIUM® has no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s), is non-carcinogenic, and is not regulated by SARA, Title III, Sections 302 or 313, CERCLA, and RCRA requirements. 

MILLENNIUM® has no components or characteristics of hazardous waste per the EPA; and OSHA does not regulate worker exposure.

  • Partswashing
  • Aircraft washing

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Boeing Aircraft Company

Boeing D6-17487-N—Exterior and general cleaners and liquid waxes, polishes, and polishing compounds

BAC-7091—Conforms- Aircraft Washing

Douglas Aircraft Company

Douglas CSD #1: Type 1—Materials and procedures for general exterior cleaning of painted and unpainted surfaces


AMS 1526BCleaner for aircraft exterior surfaces water-miscible, pressure-spraying type

AMS 1550BCleaner for interior materials of aircraft, biodegradable, water base

ARP 1755BEffect of cleaning agents aircraft engine materials


Passes P3TF47 Class JPenetrant Sensitivity Test


SIL 20-010External Aircraft Wash

CML 11-001Consumable Materials List

Physical/Chemical Characteristics:

VOC Content: 0 grams/liter EPA test method

Specific Gravity (H2O = 1)1.02

Vapor Pressure (mmHg @ 25ºC)NIL

Flash Point: Non-flammable

Recommended Dilution: 

For Partswashers: 1 gallon MILLENIUM® to  4 gallons water

For Spray Cabinets: 1 gallon MILLENIUM® to 25 gallons water

Dilution ratios vary upon usage application— Please contact Inland Technology Incorporated directly for any questions you may have on dilution ratios