Madison Chemical Product Removes Film, Oxides, Milkstone, and More

Is formulated for dairy and food processing equipment

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Madison Cip Acid

Madison Chemical ProClean CIP ACID is a concentrated, low-to-moderate foaming blend of acids and surfactants that penetrates and removes films, oxide, milkstone, and other soil from dairy and food processing equipment. The NSF-registered product is ideal as an acid cleaner (A3) on all surfaces in and around food and beverage processing areas and is not intended for direct food contact. It can be used in most circulation systems to clean tanks, pipes, and equipment-in-place.

The product is used periodically to remove films, oxide, and scale by manual application. It can also be used as a neutralizer and brightener following alkaline cleaning of high-temperature short-time pasteurizers. It is safe for stainless-steel metals when used as directed, and rinses easily with potable water and without streaking.

There is no residue or odor noticeable after use when used as directed. The product is generally used at ambient temperatures to 160 °F, with exact dilutions dependent on specific application requirements. Periodic use at higher concentrations ensures the removal of scale. 

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