PBW is a buffered alkaline detergent that has been proven to be more than an effective substitute for caustic soda cleaners. Because of its unique formulation of buffers and mild alkalis, it is safe on skin as well as soft metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and on plastics. P.B.W. uses active oxygen to penetrate carbon or protein soils and is not effected by hard water.
PBW has been formulated as a C.I.P. cleaner and is very effective in removing protein soils found on brew kettles, fermenters, conditioning tanks, filters and all packaging areas. The concentrations to remove these soils are typically in the 1% range. However, due to soil and water conditions this concentration will vary. To help in hard water areas PBW has been formulated with enough chelators to tolerate hard water over 17 grains.
PBW is an excellent choice as a soak cleaner because it does not require excessive heat as do most caustic based cleaners. This product has cleaned brass and copper filters, and industrial aluminum surfaces successfully.
- Replaces Caustic Soda cleaners
- Effective at All Temperatures
- Free Rinsing
- Safe on Polycarbonate surfaces
- Safe to handle - Generates 4
- 5% Oxygen
- Non-hazardous & Non-corrosive
- Excellent hard water tolerance
- Removes protein soil and staining, baked on carbon, and fatty acids
Tablet PBW Highlights
- Easy Dosing - 1 tablet for every 32 oz (approx. 1 litre) of water for 2.5 g cleaning tablet, or 1 tablet for every gallon (approx. 4 litres) of water for 10g cleaning tablets
- Removes Stubborn Stains - Tackle organic materials and stains with this non-caustic, alkaline based cleaner
- Versatile Applications - This tablet can be used to clean all types of equipment. Great for carboys, kettles, growlers, kegs, spray bottles, and so much more
- Wide Temperature Range - Has the cleaning power to work at low and high temperatures
- Effective in Hard and Soft Water - Specifically formulated for brewing, this a robust cleaning ability is a variety of environments
Manufacturer: Five Star Chemicals