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October 9, 2018

(Madison, IN) – Madison Chemical introduces DairyClean DESTROYER, a non-foaming, heavy-duty, alkaline food plant detergent for in-place or recirculation cleaning of tough food processing soils, including burned-on deposits.   Proven in dairy and juice plants as a heavy-duty CIP cleaner in HTST’s, separators, evaporators, and other equipment where heavy burn on deposits are likely.  DairyClean DESTROYER acts both chemically and physically on typical food plant soils.  It saponifies and emulsifies oils and fats, disperses proteinaceous soils, breaks down carbohydrates and can penetrate cooked on food residues.  Good wetting and rinsing characteristics with little or no foaming permit fast cleaning at high recirculation velocities. 

For best results, use DairyClean DESTROYER at 0.5 to 6% by volume at 120°F to 190°F.  For recirculation cleaning, 0.5% to 1% by volume is normally sufficient.  Exact dilutions dependent upon the specific nature of the application.

DairyClean DESTROYER is acceptable for use in food and beverage plants as an A2 compound for use only in soak tanks or with steam or mechanical cleaning devices in all departments.  Before using, food products and packaging materials must be removed from the room or carefully protected.  After use, all surfaces must be thoroughly rinsed with potable water. 

When used according to manufacturer’s instructions, no residue or odor is noticeable after use.  Product is generally used at ambient temperatures to 140°F, with exact dilutions dependent on specific application requirements.

Madison Chemical is a chemical formulator which provides; cleaning, sanitation, maintenance, and surface preparation products for the craft brewery, pulp and paper, metalworking, food processing, industrial maintenance, transportation, wastewater treatment, winery, and other industries.  Since 1947 they have served customers from their Madison, IN headquarters and through a nationwide network of Direct Technical Sales Representatives.  For additional information visit www.madchem.com, write to them at Madison Chemical Co., Inc., 3141 Clifty Drive, Madison, IN, 47250, call (812) 273-6000, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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