Stationary Equipment

How to clean stationary food equipment with Liquinox:

  1. Add 2/3 cup of Liquinox detergent to 4 gallons of warm water
    (See Table 2).
  2. Mop, wipe, and brush surface.
  3. Rinse and wipe dry.

How to clean stationary food equipment with Alconox:

  1. Add 2/3 cup of Alconox detergent to 4 gallons of warm water
    (See Table 2).
  2. Scrub surfaces.
  3. Rinse and wipe dry.
  4. Use Alconox detergent every time you clean.

How to clean stationary equipment exposed to raw or cooked proteins with Tergazyme:

  1. Make a fresh solution of Tergazyme using 2/3 cup in 4 gallons of warm water (See Table 2). For effective cleaning only use warm water, NOT hot water, to avoid having the hot water degrade the enzyme. Tergazyme solution should be made fresh daily.
  2. Scrub surfaces thoroughly. For heavy residue, let Tergazyme solution sit on equipment for 20 minutes.
  3. Scrub any remaining tough spots.
  4. Rinse thoroughly with tap water.
  5. Dry thoroughly.

How to clean stationary equipment with scale buildup using Citranox:

  1. Add 1 cup Citranox to 4 gallons of warm to hot water (2 oz or 1/4 cup to 1 gallon of water). Use warm to hot water for more effective cleaning results.
  2. Use a scrub pad or brush dipped in the Citranox solution and wash parts.
  3. Rinse thoroughly, running tap water over the cleaned parts.
  4. Dry thoroughly.
  5. Repeat as specified by equipment manufacturer or as scale buildup is noticed.
  6. Do not use on internal parts with automated cleaning systems.