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Cleaning Environmental Equipment for Testing Ammonia Levels

Q. I am doing environmental testing for ammonia levels and need to properly pre-clean all objects that will come into contact with our samples. We were thinking of using Liquinox. Is it ammonia free? Will it interfere with sample results?

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Determining Optimum Detergency for Liquinox

How do you determine optimum detergency for Liquinox detergent? As a general statement, optimum detergency is reached at a 1-2% concentration (optimum defined as amount of soil removed per unit of detergent used). Maximum detergency is typically reached at a…

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A Replacement for RoboScrub

RoboScrub® cleaner is a private label product manufactured by Alconox Inc. for Tecan US. This product is discontinued by Tecan US (p/n: 30055105). Liquinox™ Critical Cleaning Liquid Detergent was bottled and labeled as RoboScrub for Tecan US. As such, the identical replacement for RoboScrub cleaner is Liquinox detergent.

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Is Alconox detergent the same as Liquinox detergent?

Q. Is the Alconox powder equivalent to the Liquinox liquid? If these are the same could you please provide me with some sort of documentation saying that Alconox is the powdered form of Liquinox and that they are interchangeable?

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The Critical Micelle Concentration of detergent

Q:  I’d like some guidance about determining the Critical Micelle Concentration of Liquinox and Citranox detergents, and some of the limiting factors in that determination. A:  Thank you for your question about the Critical Micelle Concentration (CMC) of surfactants in Liquinox® Critical Cleaning Liquid Detergent and Citranox® Liquid Acid Cleaner and Detergent. A micelle is an aggregate of surfactant molecules  in […]

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Does Alconox or Liquinox contain 1,4-Dioxane?

Does Alconox or Liquinox contain 1,4-Dioxane?

Nonionic Liquinox likely contains extremely trace levels 1,4-Dioxane, but anionic Alconox is very unlikely to contain 1-4 dioxane. Sometimes people inadvertently refer to Liquinox as Alconox because it is made by Alconox, inc.

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Is Liquinox filtered?

Is Liquinox filtered?

Q: When bottling is Liquinox filtered?   A: Liquinox, as sold in the standard package, is filtered to 25 microns, but packaged in new but unwashed containers in an open air reasonably clean liquid detergent factory that is certainly not a clean room. We do not certify or test for particle content. You can reasonably expect fewer […]

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