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Cleaners for Water Labs w/ Heavy Metals

What cleaner can water labs that need to work in the ppb or ppt for heavy metals use? The key is both a proper, free-rinsing, critical cleaning detergent and proper rinsing/drying.

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Surfactant is the Last to Rinse

Q. What does “detergent is the last to leave the equipment surface” after rinsing mean? This seems like a broad statement, can it be supported by literature/documentation?
A. The only source of “detergent last to rinse” that I am aware of is based on the physical behavior of surface active agents and the interchangeable use of the word detergent and surfactant in common usage. More properly you should say the surfactant is the last to rinse. Learn More about Surfactant.

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Pharmaceutical Cleaning & Rinsing

Q. What is the proper way to rinse after using Alconox detergents?
A. In pharmaceutical cleaning, running water rinse for at least 10 seconds on each surface is desirable. Not all rinse water is created equal. Learn More.

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