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Join us in NYC for MD&M East 2017

Visit Alconox, Inc. at MD&M East in NYC, June 13-17, 2017. Stop by booth #1056 to receive our unique gifts, expert technical support for your critical cleaning applications, and detergent samples.

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Chamber of Commerce

Alconox, Inc. – Greater New York Chamber of Commerce

Alconox, Inc. is a proud member of the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce. To request any Alconox, Inc. detergents for free, please complete the questionnaire at Get Sample.  For more information about any one of our Alconox, Inc. detergents, consult the technical bulletin for each product. Or click here to access each of our […]

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Cleaning Restaurant Equipment

To recommend the best detergent for cleaning heated food service and restaurant equipment we would want to learn more about the specific residues you are removing. For equipment with baked on carbon and yellowish, sticky residues, Alconox powdered detergent in a 1% detergent solution is effective. For water or dairy scale, Citranox mild acid detergent is excellent at a 2% detergent solution. Both products …

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Removing Lead Dust

Q. How do I remove lead and lead dust from lead based paint?

A. To remove lead contaminated dust resulting from chalking of old lead-based paint, use Ledizolv cleaner. Ledizolv is a specially formulated cleaner designed to remove trace levels of lead, such as those typically found in older homes that have lead based paint in them. Visit www.ledizolv.com for more information.

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Recommended Liquinox cleaning temperature

Q: We use your product to clean residual contamination off the surface of mixed metal boards. We are currently using 1% Liquinox in DI water at 50°C. Can you please comment on Alconox’s recommendation for a cleaning temperature? Is 50°C recommended or is another temperature preferred? A: There is nothing wrong with cleaning at 50 […]

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Aqueous Cleaning Handbook

Forward to the Aqueous Cleaning Handbook

Q. Who wrote the forward of The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook?
A. The forward of The Aqueous Cleaning Handbook was written by Dr. Carole LeBlanc of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at the University of Massachusetts . . .

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