EMS is proud to introduce the ROR - It is not a lens cleaner in the usual sense - it goes far beyond what a routine cleaner does. ROR is specifically designed to emulsify and remove microscopic oil residues - a by product of environmental pollution - from the surface and pores of glass and plastic.
When you clean an optical surface with ROR you will observe a measurable difference in brightness and clarity. For the first time, you will experience pollution free, unimpeded vision. Because ROR removes microscopic oil residues, dust has nothing to adhere to allowing the surface to remain cleaner longer.
ROR is safe and versatile for all delicate surfaces. It has been tested and used on everything from multicoated lenses to beryllium surfaced contacts and has proven time and again to be the finest and safest optical cleaning treatment on the market today.
Invented 25 years ago with professional and amateur photographers in mind, ROR is used today by the military, NASA, astronomers, scientists, hospitals, laboratories and universities.
Protect your investment through regular ROR cleaning and maintenance and your equipment will endure and perform excellently for years to come.
The cleanser is available in either a Dropper bottle or a Pump style bottle.
ROR has many uses for your business, home and hobbies.
It is one of the most versatile cleaning agents available. We are constantly amazed to hear from our customers about yet another use for our product. Just recently we were contacted by a church pipe organ technician who told us that nothing cleans keyboards and organ parts better than ROR! The list goes on and on.
- Camera Lenses, Filters and Surfaces
- Video Camera Lenses and Surfaces
- Microscope Lenses
- Touch-screen Surfaces
- Multi-touch Optical Surfaces
- Projection Lenses
- LCD Displays
- Television, Computer and Studio Monitors
- Security and Surveillance Cameras
- Flat Screen TVs
- Spotting Scopes
- Night Vision Optics
- Gun Scopes
- Medical Lenses
- Cell Phone Screens
- CDs and DVDs
- VCR Heads
- Museum Acrylic Optical Surfaces