Hubbard-Hall to Distribute Alconox Critical Cleaning Products
Cleaning products are designed for industrial manufacturers that have strict, residue-free cleaning requirements.
Hubbard-Hall — a manufacturer and distributor of cleaning, treatment and finishing chemicals — has been named a distributor for Alconox Inc.’s critical cleaning products in North America. As part of the partnership, Hubbard-Hall will provide Alconox Inc. cleaners to industrial manufacturers that have strict, residue-free cleaning requirements.
The Alconox Inc. product line includes residue-free products, NSF White Book-listed and USDA-compliant cleaners that break down proteins, and cleaners that remove organic, oily films and contaminants for more effective equipment maintenance. These products reduce the potential for contamination and residue, which is essential for manufacturers of medical devices, electronics, cosmetic packaging and other critical cleaning applications.
“This partnership gives industrial manufacturers more access to products designed for critical, residue-free
cleaning,” says Mike Valenti, director of cleaning technologies for Hubbard-Hall. “Together with the extensive cleaner line Hubbard-Hall already provides – and backed by over 170 years of cleaning experience – manufacturers get a one-stop shop for all of their cleaning needs.”
Aloconox cleaners are available for spray, soak, ultrasonic and manual washing operations. The line is marketed under such brand names as Citranox, Luminox, Liquinox, Detonox, Tergazyme, Alcojet and Solujet detergents, among others.
“We are proud and excited to have Hubbard-Hall as an official distributor of our critical cleaning detergents,” says Michael Moussourakis, senior director of strategic affairs for Alconox Inc. “Both companies have been family owned for generations, and both share common, traditional approaches to serving the needs of our customers. Hubbard-Hall’s experience in the aerospace, precision manufacturing and related industries facilitates Alconox Inc.’s goal of further extending our critical cleaning detergents to these vital sectors.”