3M NOVEC 8200

  • Motion film cleaning
  • Vapor phase
  • Low surface tension


3M™ announced in December 2022, that all Novec™ products will be phased out and not available anymore by the end of 2025. No worries, Inventec has a drop-in replacement for this product but we recommend to contact us as soon as possible in order to minimize supply interruptions.

If you want to know more about the 3M™ products phase-out, click on the this link.


3M Novec 8200

3M™ Novec™ 8200 Engineered Fluid is a clear, colorless, low-odor fluid intended to replace 1,1,1-trichloroethane and perchloroethylene in film cleaning applications. This fluid has zero ozone depletion potential and low global warming potential (GWP); is not a volatile organic compound (VOC). It is low in toxicity, with a time-weighted exposure guideline of 200 ppm (eight-hour average).

Novec 8200 fluid has a higher boiling point than most CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs, reducing evaporative losses. The low surface tension and increased solvency of Novec 8200 fluid, coupled with its chemical and thermal stability, nonflammability, and excellent compatibility with film substrates, make it an ideal film cleaning solvent.


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  • Thermal and chemical stable in use (azeotropic formulation)
  • The very low surface tension allows deep rinsing of parts with complex geometry
  • Short rinsing and drying times


  • Continuous recycling in equipment for a long bath-life
  • Can be returned for recycling and re-use
  • The relative high boiling point reduces risk of solvent drag, so limiting consumption


  • Very low toxicity (refer to the SDS)
  • No Ozon Depletion Potential (ODP) & low Global Warming Potential (GDP)
  • Non-flammable

Process examples

The best process will depend on factors such as operating conditions, equipment, desired cleaning time and the nature of contaminants. Our team is ready to advise you.

Separated Co-solvent

Mixed Co-solvent