Q: How do you know when to use an enzymatic detergent as opposed to a non-enzymatic detergent?
A: This is an excellent question, and the answer hinges on the specific type of soil you are trying to remove and the nature of the surface being cleaned. Here’s a detailed, step-by-step response to guide you through the decision-making process.
Q: We need to remove diatomaceous earth from filter screens. What detergent do you recommend?
A: Diatomaceous earth, also known as filter aid, diatomite, celite, and other names, has a wide range of uses, including pest control, abrasives, and of course filtration. As it is composed of both organic and inorganic matter, knowing which detergent to use is a very valid question.
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Q: Does Alconox detergent remove endotoxin?
A: Detergents like Alconox® Powdered Precision Cleaner and Liquinox® Critical Cleaning Liquid Detergent, and others, have been used for decades around the globe to create surfaces devoid of residues. A detergent cleaning is a vital part of a depyrogenation program.