ClearSol CIP PreBatch 20+

ClearSol CIP PreBatch 20+

ClearSol CIP PreBatch is a formulated, very low foaming surfactant & hard water control additive which is readily soluble in 50% Caustic Soda solutions without the need for prolonged mixing or heating. This new, innovative technology exhibits the following attributes when formulated into a caustic-based cleaner:

  • Extremely low surface tensions of 18 dynes/cm or lower depending on formulation. Provides the lowest known surface tension properties from a commercially available surfactant system to 50% Caustic Soda solutions and their use dilutions.
  • Controls hard water even in high-temperature cleaning applications.
  • Extremely low foam properties making this product suitable for many industrial cleaning processes.
  • Can reduce either the NaOH consumption or the cleaning cycle time by as much as 50%.
  • Light color with minimal odor.
  • Applications include food, brewery, draft beer lines, dairy, poultry, egg, car & truck, strong caustic or acidic cleaners. Also includes paint and coating strippers, oil field and pulp & paper applications.

 

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