A non-free rinsing cleaner might contain fragrances that were designed to deposit and leave a fresh scent, or it might contain corrosion inhibitors that are designed to deposit and leave behind an anti-corrosion film.
Alconox, Inc, cleaners are free rinsing detergents and do not leave deposits on substrates after rinsing.
Q: We have capsaicin residue we are encountering. If it is proving challenging to remove, and irritating to our technicians. Please help!
A: We can attack via emulsification or oxidation. If you are indeed looking to clean manually, the powerful emulsification capability of Detonox® Ultimate Precision Cleaner detergent, along with warm to hot temperatures, will help.
Q: We are working with cannabis resin in our lab and the residue is very tough to remove. We are currently using isopropyl alcohol and it is just not good enough. Any advice?
A: It is no secret that waxy, sticky cannabis and other botanical resins are some of the most difficult residues to clean. But of course, keeping your labware, glassware and other laboratory equipment clean is vital.
Oxidation or bleaching is one of the many cleaning mechanisms that a detergent formulator can bring to bear by formulating with appropriate ingredients. In cleaning, oxidation, or bleaching, changes the structure of a residue to render it more easily removed. Oxidation is loss….
Q: Our gold plating process leaves some residue and someone recommended chlorine bleach for cleaning, but we’re afraid that will negatively effect the finish. Can Alconox assist with safely removing residues from gold plating? Should we use a soak or ultrasonic cleaning process?
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