dvr Slaughter House Poultry Cleaner

This degreasing cleaner produces a rich foam which quickly penetrates and  floats  away  grease,oil, dirt, bacteria, scum, fats, proteins, food residues, tallow, process wastes and blood from all vertical and horizontal surfaces. emulsifies  animal  fats and oils  quickly  and  economically .  It  can  be  used on all floors  and  walls in  the  following areas.


Slaughter Houses ·Meat Packing Plants ·Bakeries and Butcher  Shops  · Kitchens  · Rendering Plants·

Food Processing Plants ·All Tile and Grout Areas ·Super Markets ·Food Transport Vehicles ·Fish, Poultry & Egg Processing ·Dairies ·Restaurants ·Canneries ·Showers ·Perfect for use in all meat and food processing areas and industrial and institutional shower stalls ·Free rinsing, non-flammable, non-corrosive ·Emulsifies grease, oil, and soil ·Breaks down fats, protein and waste. ·Penetrates any build up ·Removes bacteria and blood.

Using Procedure:


Use full strength or dilute with water.
Before applying, pre-test on a hidden section of surface to be cleaned for color fastness and surface integrity.
Soak, pre-wash, sponge or apply directly to pre-tested surface.
Allow General Purpose Cleaner to penetrate the soil.
Wipe or rinse clean with water or a damp sponge.

RXSOL Solution is mixed easily with cold or hot water in a concentration of 7-10% by volume. RXSOL Solution can be used over a temperature range from 130°F to 180°F (82°C) in suitable commercial and industrial cleaning tanks.
For optimum cleaning, RXSOL should be operated at recommended temperatures. Cleaning time is directly depends  by the quantity and nature of the soil. Operating RXSOL below the recommended concentrations, temperatures, or time will generally result in poor cleaner performance, characterized by cloudiness and water breaks. Operating RXSOL above the recommended parameters may be lead to component metal attack or cause the surfactants to separate from the solution causing poor cleaning. It is imperative that the solution be allowed to ‘degas’ at operating temperature for a minimum of 10 minutes prior to placing the parts into the cleaning solution. It is best if ultrasonic energy is applied during this time to enhance degassing. Thorough rinsing is suggested for removal of cleaning solution. As with any process involving water, drying should be considered as the final step. The selection and use of the proper ultrasonic cleaning equipment and component fixturing will influence the cleaning efficiency and performance of RXSOL solution.

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