Product Dose

Dilute concentrated cleaner with warm water using 1 part Heavy Duty Alkaline Cleaner and 1 part water. 

Apply mixed solution with a mop, sponge or sprayer. Avoid applying cleaner on unintended surfaces.

Lightly rub with a scrub brush or floor machine as needed. Allow cleaner  for emulsification 1 to15 minutes for best results— do not allow to dry on surface.

Remove solution using a sponge, wet/dry vacuum or damp mop.

Rinse area well with clean water. 

 

TYPICAL METHOD ::: Dilute to proper ratio for desired task, apply to surface and allow adequate contact time, wipe or rinse away. 
Can be Use dilution of 1:100: 11.0 - 11.5 (1:100). 

 

GENERALLY ::: In an aqueous solution, at a concentration from 10 ml to 200 ml per liter of water, depending on the degree of contamination. 

For Boiler Cleaning :::

5 Ltr is sufficient for 1000 LTRS OF WATER.

The boiler should be warmed through by a slow fire, keeping the manhole closed, immediately after adding the chemical and pressure allowed to rise slowly. It should be raised sufficiently to
give a strong blow of steam at the air cocks. It should be allowed to cool and later blown down for about 15 seconds on each blow-down valve and refilled to about 5 cm level in the gauge glass. On the following day, carry out the same process except that the pressure is raised to approx 25 percent of the normal working pressure. On the third day, carry out the same process and then drain the boiler as detailed below –
When the pressure falls to 0.04 MN/m2 (0.4 kgf/cm2), the unit is blown down completely until it is empty, refilled to flood the drum and superheater and blown down again. It should then be carefully inspected. If any trace of oil or grease is observed, the process of boiling-out should be repeated. If the boiler is found free from grease or oil or sediment, it should be closed and filled with feed water as specified by the manufacturer.