Highly Alkaline Cleaning-In-Place Cold Circulation Powder for Dairy & Brewing Equipment

  • Cleans all types of beverage pipelines and equipment by circulation in cold water
  • Alkaline product for removal of protein and fat deposits
  • Contains corrosion inhibitors to protect metal surfaces
  • Formulated with water softeners to retain activity in hard water
  • Non-foaming

After milking:

  1. Pre-rinse all equipment with clean water & run to waste.
  2. Prepare a solution of Cipsolve containing 100g per 40 L of water (~4oz in 10 gallons), and circulate through the equipment for 10 minutes.
  3. Drain and flush the system with clean water and allow to drain completely. Recover this solution into a wash trough which can then be used for the next wash.
  4. Leave the clusters attached to the jetters. Do not rinse at this stage.

Before next milking:

  1. Pre-rinse all equipment with clean water, run to waste.

Second wash:

  1. Carry out a pre-rinse of the pipelines as recommended above.
  2. Charge the solution retained from previous wash into the plant allowing about 7 L (1.5gal) to run to waste before circulating the remaining solution for 10 minutes.
  3. Discharge this solution to waste.
  4. Leave the clusters attached to the jetters. Do not rinse at this stage. Rinse thoroughly immediately before the next milking as above.
Composition Blend of sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, corrosion inhibitors and water softeners
Appearance White free flowing powder
Odour Odourless
pH Value 13.3 - 13.6 (1% solution)
Pack Size 20 kg

The information contained in this page is believed to be accurate, but customers are advised to ensure that the product is suitable for their own purpose before they use it.

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