Nitric acid-based cleaner
Madison Chemical's Compound CR-12ON can remove oxides, oxalates and milkstone from stainless steel dairy and food processing equipment
food and beverage plants
nitric acid-based cleaner
Madison Chemical has introduced its Compound CR-120N, a nitric acid-based cleaner for the removal of oxides, oxalates and milkstone from stainless steel dairy and food processing
This liquid, non-foaming product is acceptable for use in food and beverage plants as an A3 acid cleaner for use in all departments.
For best results, the company says to use Compound CR-120N as an acid rinse following alkaline cleaning at 0.5 to two per cent by volume of water and ambient to 160-degrees F, with exact dilution and temperatures to be determined by residue type and soil load.
Excellent in passivation treatment of stainless steel, Compound CR-120N can be widely used within the food and dairy processing industries.
Always add Compound CR-120N to water, never add water to acid when charging a tank. Tanks for holding Compound CR-120N solutions should be constructed of stainless steel, acid-proof brick, ceramic or synthetic lining.