Q: You recently recommended Detonox detergent for a tough cleaning challenge we had. You rushed a sample over and it worked fantastically. I have reviewed your technical bulletin, but is there anything else you can tell me about it? Is it better than Alconox and Liquinox? It seems great. A: Thank you for the feedback and question. Indeed Detonox® … [Read more...] about What is Detonox detergent?
Q: We have capsaicin residue we are encountering. It is proving challenging to remove, and irritating to our technicians. Please help! A: In addition to adding a little spice to food and drink, capsaicin is used in pharmaceutical preparation for its analgesic properties. We can it clean via two cleaning mechanisms: emulsification or oxidation. If you … [Read more...] about Removing Capsaicin Residue
Q: How can I clean residual hormone residue from our process lines and tanks? A: For manual cleaning we would highly recommend TergazymeⓇ Enzyme Active Powered Detergent. It contains proteolytic enzymes that can effectively break down protein based hormones, along with powerful emulsifiers. For a liquid concentrate manual cleaner, I would certainly recommend DetonoxⓇ … [Read more...] about Biopharma Cleaning: Hormone Residue
Q. We are currently using a solvent and we want to switch to a safer product, such as a water-based cleaner. Do you have a detergent that can assist in the removal of residual silicone oils that are left in medical device mold inserts manufactured using clear rubber material? Will Alconox detergent work as your web page says without ultrasonic? A. Assuming this is a heat … [Read more...] about How to: Remove Residual Silicone Oils
Ingredients to cause alkaline hydrolysis are commonly used in detergent formulation. Alkaline hydrolysis is a chemical reaction that takes place when tough organic residues are exposed to an alkaline solution like many of our Alconox, Inc. detergents. Alkaline hydrolysis breaks these residues into smaller more water soluble and more easily emulsified molecules. There are two … [Read more...] about Advanced Cleaning Mechanisms: Alkaline Hydrolysis