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Ledizolv – Lead Specific Detergent

There are millions of homes, schools, day care centers and other buildings containing lead-based paint and other sources of lead-contaminated dust (LCD). Ledizolv® Lead Specific Detergent is scientifically formulated for use in the clean-up and control of LCD hazards. From Alconox Inc., the critical cleaning experts….

Lab Glassware

Mystery Gray Deposits Left When Cleaning Glass Frits

Q: We’ve switched from base and acid baths to a Citranox solution for cleaning glassware used to distill H2S from marine sediments using Cr2 , concentrated HCl, and AgNO3. It seems to do a good job on most of the apparatus but we still see grayish deposits on the glass frits. Any suggestions?

A: The detail is appreciated.  Whenever there is a “mystery” residue, whether it be on glass frits or any hard surface….

Test tubes in a laboratory

Which Detergent Is Best to Clean Fecal MPN Test Tubes in a Lab Washer

Q: Which of your detergents would be recommend to wash glassware used to clean Fecal MPN test tubes in a lab washer. Does it have an Inhibitory Residue Test? A: The borosilicate glass test tubes typically used in fecal Most Probable Number (MPN) assays need to be reliably clean each and every time….

Organic Oils

Organic Manufacturing: Detergent Choices

Q. We are manufacturing an organic product which is difficult to remove. We were told to seek Alconox Inc.’s assistance. Are your products organic? A. Alconox Inc. detergents are suitable for cleaning applications in organic manufacturing.

How to Make a 1% Solution

Learn the proper way to make a 1% detergent solution by following these four simple steps. To make a 2% detergent solution, simply double up the amount! Alconox Inc. aqueous detergents are sold in concentrate. To use, dilute according to package instructions. Most Alconox Inc. products require only a 1-2% dilution for optimal use.


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