5L Cleanline machine glasswash detergent.
A powerful detergent for use in cabinet glasswashing machines to remove the most stubborn stains and soil.
• An effective detergent for cleaning glassware and reusable polycarbonates in glasswashing machines.
• Low foaming yet highly active formulation suitable for use in hard and soft water areas.
• Effective against all soils, including lipstick.
• Sparkling clean glassware every time.
• Does not affect beer head retention.
DISPENSE USING AUTOMATIC INTEGRAL DOSING PUMPS OR EXTERNAL DOSING EQUIPMENT
Automatic glasswasher dosing equipment.
Dilute up to 1:1000
Add 1ml to 4ml per litre hot water at 60–65°C (depending on water hardness) or in accordance with the machine manufacturer’s instructions.
Manual dosing (for dosing, check manufacturer’s instructions for wash tank litre capacity)
Light soiling Add 10ml per 10 litre hot water at 60 – 65°C
Medium soiling Add 25ml per 10 litre hot water at 60 – 65°C
Heavy soiling Add 40ml per 10 litre hot water at 60 – 65°C
Problems in automatic dishwashing can sometimes result from more than a single cause.
It is necessary to check all the possible causes and, by the process of elimination, arrive at the solution.
The problems that occur most frequently, the possible cause, and the solution are listed below.
Possible Cause Water not hot enough. Solution Check hot water temperature.
Possible Cause Dishes and cutlery not completely clean. Solution Check loading of the machine.
Possible Cause Hard water or high dissolved minerals. Solution Check rinse aid concentration, increase if necessary. Install water softener.
Possible Cause Food residues. Solution Check if pre-scrapping. Check water and detergent concentrations.
Possible Cause Mechanical failure. Solution Call for approved service.
Possible Cause Food particles. Solution Check if pre-scrapping. Check water and detergent concentrations.
Possible Cause Soiled or worn gasket. Solution Clean gasket and side of door or replace gasket.
Possible Cause Check if pre-scrapping. Solution Check water and detergent concentrations.