Multi-purpose cleaner and tartrate remover
Cleanskin was formulated in 2002 by AiRD chemistry in conjunction with the Australian wine industry. It is now recognized as the benchmark product for one-process non-caustic cleaning. This proprietary cleaner can be used in the winery to remove wine tartar, color materials, protein and organic soils. This multi-purpose cleaner for stainless steel and associated materials is sodium carbonate based. Cleanskin also contains proprietary percarbonates, chelation and sequestering aids, polysurfactants and a rinse-aid, thus eliminating the need for a citric acid neutralizing rinse.
Cleanskin has a sister product Cleanskin-K which is a potassium-based formulation. Determine which member of the Cleanskin family you should use based on your waste water system requirements (sodium or potassium).
Cleanskin is a 100% active, water soluble cleaner with no fillers.
Cleanskin contains no chlorine, phosphates or halogen based compounds
0,5%M/V to 4%M/V (5g/L to 40 g/L) dissolved in water at 20-60oC
Rinse the surface to be cleaned using warm water to remove all loose soil.
Prepare an adequate volume of drinking water at a temperature between 20 and 60 ° C (typically 10% of the volume of the container to be cleaned) by accurately measuring the weight of Cleanskin.
Slowly add the powder to the water, mixing until a homogeneous solution is obtained. Initially, the prepared solution will have a milky appearance but will soon be clarified. Once the solution is clarified, it is ready for use. Cleanskin can be used manually or with automated on-site cleaning systems (CIP).
The contact time depends on the temperature and quality of the water, the amount of Cleanskin used and the turbulence of the contact. The average contact time is 20 minutes. When tank is clean, drain the solution and rinse with potable water to remove all residual Cleanskin.
Note: cleaning is most effective when soft or treated water is used.
Store in a dry, odorless environment at a temperature between 10 to 20 °C (50 and 68 °F), away from direct sunlight.