Critical cleaning tasks tend to require individualized procedures that are developed empirically. The best way to determine your optimum cleaning cycle is to experiment with controllable variables, including: the temperature of the solution, dwell time, the type of cleaning action, the concentration of detergent in the solution, and the type of water used. Laboratory research shows that to ensure an effective sanitization of laboratory equipment, it is essential for the surfaces to be thoroughly cleaned first. With today’s increased testing requirements, you need to rely on the best lab cleaning products available! Benefits to look for in your cleaning product:

  • Fast, effective soil removal
  • No interfering residues
  • Regulatory certifications such as NSF USDA A1
  • Low VOCs, solvent- and phosphate-free formulas
  • Non-corrosive
  • Highly concentrated – economical
  • Biodegradability
  • Sample validation methods provided
  • Lot number traceability
  • ISO-Certified quality system

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