TANK BRITE is a liquid caustic cleaner containing water conditioners, chelating agents, and surfactants.
4x1 gallon, 5 gallon, 15 gallon, 55 gallon, 330 gallon, Bulk.
Features and Benefits
Tank Brite is recommended for the alkaline cleaning cycle of hot and cold CIP pipelines, H.T.S.T units, evaporators, brew kettles, fillers, cookers, and general food processing equipment.
Cold Pipelines: Use 2-3 ounces of Tank Brite per gallon of hot water at 150-160°F.
Hot Circuit Cleaning: Clean heat exchange surfaces, pasteurizers, and hot lines at a range of 4-7 ounces of Tank Brite per gallon of water at a temperature of 160-195°F. For best results, the cleaning temperature should be 5-10 degrees above processing temperature.
Very High Heat Equipment will require extended time, temperature, and connection of Tank Brite. Consult with your Spray Chem Representative for detailed cleaning instructions.
DANGER – FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY!
Wear chemical goggles, rubber gloves, rubber apron, and rubber boots when handling this product.
Eyes: Flush immediately with copious amounts of tap water or normal saline for a minimum of 15 minutes. Take exposed individual to a health care professional, preferably an ophthalmologist, for further evaluation.
External: Wash exposed area with plenty of soap and water. Repeat washing. Remove contaminated clothing and wash thoroughly before reuse. If irritation persists consult a health care provider.
Internal: If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. If victim is fully conscious, give plenty of water to drink. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Sodium and potassium hydroxide solutions are corrosive to the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. Consideration should be given to careful endoscopy as stomach or esophageal burns, perforations, or strictures may occur. Treat exposure.
Shipping Name: Corrosive Liquid, Basic, Inorganic, N.O.S. ID Number: UN3266 (Contains Sodium Hydroxide / Potassium Hydroxide)
Hazard Classification: 8
Manufactured in accordance with regulations established for food plants operating under USDA guidelines.