This is the large 32oz bottle of SaniClean™, a low foaming, final acid anionic rinse for use in the beverage and food industries. SaniClean™ leaves tanks and equipment spotless and avoids mineral build-up. SaniClean™ is not affected by organic soils but should not be used on soft metals. Only 60 seconds of contact time is needed! SaniClean™ is ideal for brewing, dairy and other food and beverage equipment. It is economical, use just 1/4 ounce to make up a gallon of sanitizer!
Directions for use: Use as a final rinse after thoroughly cleaning with a good alkaline cleaner such as PBW™. Use Saniclean™ at a rate of 25 – 40 ml per 10 L of water (1 oz/3 gal to 1 oz/2 gal of water). Apply by spray or soak with a contact time of at least 1 minute. Empty or drain the recipient and let air dry. Close the packaging tightly after use and store in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place. Keep out of reach of children.
Part Soaking – In a 5 gallon bucket add 4 gallons of water and 2 ounces of SANICLEAN. Once all parts have been removed from equipment and hand washed allow them to soak in the SANICLEAN solution for a minimum of 5 minutes. Remove parts from solution. Reassemble wet parts on equipment to reduce the possibility of water spotting or any other undesirable conditions to occur, rinse equipment with potable water. Follow State and Local Health Department Regulations covering start up sanitation.
Brewing Tanks – Once the equipment has been properly cleaned make up a final acid anionic rinse using SANICLEAN as follows: In every barrel of water add 11 fluid ounces, circulate for a minimum of 3 minutes at ambient temperatures. Just prior to start-up rinse with potable water and follow state and local Health Department regulations covering start up sanitation.
Bulk Milk Tanks and General CIP – Once the systems have been properly cleaned follow with a SANICLEAN final rinse. Using an automatic injector or CIP tank set at 1 ounce per 3 gallons of water, run at 100-130ºF for 2-3 minutes. Allow all tanks to drain, rinse with potable water. Just prior to start-up follow state and local Health Department regulations covering start up sanitation.