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Evans-Vanodine Descale (Dishwashing Machine Descaler)

(Code: EVANDESCALE5L)

Product Description

Evans Vanodine has been manufacturing cleaning and hygiene products for over 100 years. Descale is, predicatably, a descaler which removes limescale and heavy soling from automatic machines, such as dishwashers and glass cleaners.

Information

Ingredients

Contains a blend of phosphoric acid, amphoteric & nonionic surfactants.

Preparation and Usage

Highly effective multi purpose liquid.

Suitable for removing limescale from a variety of kitchen equipment.

Unperfumed & undyed.

DISH & GLASSWASHING MACHINES:

Switch off dosing pump. Fill machine with clean water. Prepare a 5% solution by pouring DESCALE into machine at a ratio of 2 L per 40 litres capacity. Leave for 2-3 minutes.Switch on machine & circulate the solution for between 5-10 minutes. Drain the solution & refill with fresh water. Circulate the water for a further 3 minutes & drain. Air dry by leaving the machine door open. Switch on dosing pumps.

DESCALING BAIN MARIES, BOILERS, TEA & COFFEE URNS:

Dilute 1:25 parts warm water (200 ml per 5 litres water). Pour into vessel & allow to soak for 5 minutes. Drain solution, scrub surface with a stiff brush. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Descale on a regular basis to maintain efficiency of machine & extend the life of the heating element.

Storage

Keep only in the original container in a cool, well-ventilated place away from children. Store away from oxidising materials (eg hypochlorite / bleach).

Name and address

  • Evans Vanodine International
  • Brierley Road
  • Walton Summit
  • Preston
  • PR5 8AH
  • UK

Warnings

H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.

Net Contents

5 litres e

Safety Information

See safety data sheets for full product information.

Safety Data Sheet (in English)

Fiche Technique (en français)

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