Supplier's Corner

SteroKem Ltd. Introduces Powder Detergent

October 21, 2005

SteroKem Ltd. launched Kemphos 2001, a chlorinated alkaline powder (pink or white) detergent that cleans, disinfects, whitens and deodorizes. The production process and the chemical reaction provide chlorinated trisodium phosphate as a homogeneous product, where chlorine exist in the product’s molecules.
The pink powder can be used in a formula where the solution’s color changes from pink to grey/greenish when milk residues still exist in the system. A pink solution at the end of the circulation process ensures a completely clean system. Kemphos 2001 has a pH of 11.0-12.5 to remove fats and proteins and a minimum of a 3.3% chlorine concentration to provide disinfecting properties and destroy microorganisms. A 17% minimum phosphate concentration cleans effectively and provides water-softening functions. More info: 972-4-846-8477; sterokem@zahav.net.il
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