Keylajet

What is Keylajet detergent?

06 July 2017

We've been a long time user of Solujet for our CIP system, and love it! I recently passed by your booth at a tradeshow and you set me up with a sample of Keylajet when we mentioned some extra viscous waxy residue we were having trouble removing. We were hoping to stay with our CIP method. It worked great! Can you relay more info?

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Cleaning Automated Burger Units

28 June 2017

We use Alconox PFS for cleaning our fryers and soaking the baskets. It works very well. We are considering using automated burger flipping machines, and piloting at one of our franchisees. Can we use the Alconox PFS for that as well?

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Join us in Vegas for COSMOPROF 2017

27 June 2017

Visit Alconox, Inc. at COSMOPROF North America, July 9-11, 2017. When you're at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, stop by booth #22203 to receive our unique gifts, expert technical support for your critical cleaning applications, and detergent samples.

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Automated Labware Washer Detergent

20 June 2017

Q. Liquinox foams too much to use in the labware washer. We test for phosphate, so we need a phosphate free detergent. We need a cleaner that will clean off any testing residual on glass and plastic without leaving any interference. A. Detergent choice for cleaning labware in an automated laboratory washer depends upon whether you use powered or liquid detergent. Click for details. For powdered detergent, use Tergajet phosphate-free low foaming powdered detergent, catalog number 2204 for the 4 lb box size. For a liquid detergent, use Solujet phosphate free low foaming liquid detergent, catalog number 2101 for the 1 gallon size.

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Detecting Residue in Cleaning Validation

15 June 2017

When beginning cleaning validation, a company must identify the residues to be tested and then select the best detection method. Alconox Inc. is here to help. We provide validation service support

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Why “No Phosphates” for Medical Instrument Cleaning?

14 June 2017

Q: Why do some medical instrument makers caution against cleaning with phosphate cleaners? A: This derives from fear of Tri Sodium Phoshpate (TSP) cleaners that can have a pH of 12 in a 1% solution, which OSHA, for example, would define as corrosive, meaning...

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Join us in NYC for MD&M East 2017

09 June 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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Detergents for Laboratory Glassware Washer

09 June 2017

Q. What detergents and recommended dosing should I use in my labware washer? A. For use in a typical small, under counter laboratory glassware washer...

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Taps and Pumps for 55 Gallon Detergent Drum

08 June 2017

We are interested in purchasing a 55 gallon drum of Liquinox®, but first need to know the threaded cap dimension of the drum to choose our tap and pump mechanism. Do you have a tap available for this cap? A: There are two openings on the 55 gallon drum...

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Removing Cutting Oil, Linoleic Acid from Parts

05 June 2017

Q: Some metalwork pieces have a residue of linoleic acid (traced back to the cutting oil) that remains after ultrasonic cleaning with Alconox® detergent. Will Alconox® will fully dissolve linoleic acid? Can you recommend a cleaning process to ensure complete removal of all linoleic acid residue from our parts? A: Alconox® Powdered Precision Cleaner will not dissolve, but will emulsify, the linoleic acid on your machined parts. In order to get a linoleic-acid-free clean, increase

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