Biofouling Ultrafilters

Cleaning Ceramic Aluminum Oxide and Polysulfone

20 April 2014

Q. Is Detojet, Low-Foaming Liquid Detergent, compatible with ceramic aluminum oxide and polysulfone? A. Detojet solutions are compatible with aluminum oxide ceramics. There is need to be concerned about polysulfone.

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High Purity Cleaner for Nuclear Stainless Steel

20 April 2014

Stainless steel used in nuclear power related applications must be cleaned with cleaners that contain no trace contaminants that can potentially harm the very long term integrity of the stainless steel. No trace agents that could potentially cause hydrogen embrittlement or stress cracking can be tolerated.

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Radioisotopes

Nuclear Radioactive Decontamination using Alconox, Powdered Precision Cleaner

20 April 2014

Q. Does Alconox decontaminate stainless steel from radioactive contamination? A. Yes, Alconox powder can decontaminate stainless steel of radioactive contamination.

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Aqueous Cleaning Handbook

Residue Detection by UV/Vis

19 April 2014

Q. Does Alconox provide information on cleaner residue detection by UV/Vis? A. Yes. In The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook . . .

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Cleaners to Prepare for Sterilization

19 April 2014

Q. What products prepare instruments for sterilization? A. Use a proper cleaner prior to sterilization. Alconox and Liquinox instrument cleaners are effective and economical manual, ultrasonic or soak cleaners.

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Alconox Detergents

Getting a Certificate of Analysis for an Alconox Detergent

19 April 2014

Alconox cleaners that are used to clean pharmaceutical product contact surfaces, in good manufacturing practice (GMP) validated environments, need certificates of analysis obtained and kept on file. These certificates of analysis (COA) can document the analysis of a specific lot of detergent and verify that it conforms to the manufacturers specifications and that the detergent has not changed. To obtain a certificate of analysis, use the Technical Information and Certificates section of the Alconox website www.alconox.com.

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Ultrasonic Cleaning of Plastic Implants

16 April 2014

Q. After machining plastic implants, what is the recommendation for an in process cleaning using a small ultrasonic tank? A. The recommendation would be to use 1% Liquinox (a mild alkaline, emulsifying and dispersing cleaner) at a temperature well within the temperature tolerance of the plastic.

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Citranox Corrosion for Photovoltaic Application

16 April 2014

Q. We use Citranox for cleaning glass coated with tin oxide. We use the cleaned glass to deposit thin film CdS/CdTe photovoltaic devices. We use your citranox detergent and use a stainless steel ultrasonic cleaner. Is there a concern that the citranox could corrode stainless and deposit metallic ions on the glass surface? Which can be detrimental to the semiconductor films of the photovoltaic devices? Should we use a PTFE ultrasonic cleaner?

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Using a Miele Washer

16 April 2014

Q. I was curious if Solujet and Liquinox are interchangeable? We are a medical device company that currently uses Liquinox to wash glassware by hand, but recently got a Miele glassware washer and want to use an Alconox product in it. A. Solujet will give comparable cleaning performance in a Miele washer to manual cleaning with Liquinox.

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Using a Conductivity Controller in a Washer

16 April 2014

Q. How does a conductivity controller regulate a dosing pump in a machine washer? A. A conductivity probe would need to be set up in the sump of a machine washer. The conductivity recorded is sent to the conductivity controller that regulates the pump (usually a peristaltic pump) that dispenses the detergent into the sump. The pump dispenses until the correct conductivity is reached for the desired concentration. Typically a concentration of 0.5% or 0.1% detergent is desired.

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