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Liquinox and Tergazyme

Improving Tergazyme Detergent

Q: We have an array of tough proteinaceous and oily residues. I am considering adding a non-ionic surfactant like Triton X-100 to a normally prepared solution of 1% Tergazyme, is there any data about whether or not that would damage the enzyme?  Is it a way of improving Tergazyme? 


Running SIP After Cleaning

Q: We are using Tergazyme to control biofilm residues.  Works great.  Can you think of any issues that might arise if we run a steam/pressure “kill cycle” after cleaning with the Tergazyme cycle is completed?

A: Tergazyme® Enzyme-Active Powdered Detergent is an excellent part of a biofilm control regimen.  A thorough rinse will leave no residue left behind to speak of that might interact with your SIP kill cycle.  After all,

Disposal of Alconox Inc. Detergents

What is the proper way to dispose of your detergents? Detergent disposal in a proper manner is an integral part of a robust cleaning program regardless of scale or industry. Alconox Inc. detergents are biodegradable….

Cannabis Cleaning: Grower Irrigation Lines

Q: We are growers of various cannabis plants for medical use.   Our overhead irrigation lines can get clogged with fertilizer residue and water buildup.  Can Alconox, Inc. provide some solutions? A: Certainly.  We have been working with water and chemical lines in environmental, laboratory, biopharma, cosmetic and other manufacturing settings for several decades.  Irrigation lines will have some particular residues….

Shelf Life

Diluted Detergent Shelf Life

Q: Why is it that the 2% diluted Solujet only has a shelf life of 2 weeks from the date of dilution? This differs radically from the 2 year shelf life of concentrated Solujet. Sure isn’t there a mistake? A: A very fair and common question. Read more…………


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