Chloradet

What is Chloradet?

CHLORADET is a concentrated, high-foaming cleaner with a bleaching action. Because it offers a very effective method of killing undesirable microorganisms (germs, bacteria, etc.), CHLORADET is an excellent sanitiser.

Key Benefits

  • Highly active cleaner, rips dirt off hard surfaces including walls, tiles, baths and showers
  • Suspends dirt and soil
  • Kills bacteria
  • Removes mould
  • Biodegradable
  • Breaks down fats into water-soluble by-products
  • Concentrated – dilutes up to 1 in 160

How Does It Work?

CHLORADET contains available chlorine which is present in solution in the form of sodium hypochlorite and hypochlorous acid. Hypochlorous acid is a powerful germ-killing agent which kills bacteria/germs. CHLORADET also contains caustic alkali and detergents to provide an excellent cleaning action. It will remove cooking fats, smoke films, greasy marks, carbon deposits, food spills, mould, and other soilage found in food preparation areas, kitchens and bathrooms. Excellent for removing ingrained dirt from ceramic tiles.

For Use On…

All surfaces not harmed by water and chlorine including walls, ceilings, unpolished tiled floors, baths, showers, glass and porcelain. Effective cleaner for removing mildew, mould and fatty or soapy build-ups from tiles, grouting, baths, basins and shower recesses. Do not use for cleaning aluminium or alkali-sensitive polished floors.

Price Excluding GST:

$47.82

16 in stock

SKU BSCHDECH05-A Categories ,

Product Specification

SpecificationChloradet
COLOUR;

Pale, yellow-green thick liquid

ODOUR;

Chlorine odour (See note below)

pH;

12.0 – 14.0

Sizes;

20L, 5L

Foam;

High foam level with good foam stability. Excellent for foam cleaning because product is thickened and clings to vertical surfaces

AVAILABLE CHLORINE LEVEL;

5 %

NOTE;

The strength of the chlorine odour varies widely and is not a reliable indicator of the chlorine concentration in the product. The strength of the odour depends on:

  • Temperature
  • The volume of headspace in the drum or bottle.
  • How long it has been since the drum was last opened.
  • The best method to check the chlorine strength is to use Chemical Indicator Paper for available chlorine

 

Safety Data Sheet;

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