3/2/2015

Alkaline Cleaner is Designed to Remove Difficult Organic and Particulate Soils

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The challenge of achieving optimal cleaning coupled with a minimal impact on the environment has been met with Hubbard-Hall’s Aquaease PL-85.

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The challenge of achieving optimal cleaning coupled with a minimal impact on the environment has been met with Hubbard-Hall’s Aquaease PL-85. This heavy duty (35-percent active) alkaline cleaner is designed to remove difficult organic and particulate soils. It can be operated at moderate temperatures (145-165 F.). It is versatile as it can be used as a soak, ultrasonic and spray (power wash) cleaner on all substrates. This versatility allows you to use one cleaner for multiple operations. It can be used with hard water and does not produce objectionable scales. Aquaease PL-85 does not contain nitrites, phosphates, amines or borates.

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