MAKS 9680 CAUSTIC CLEANING ADDITIVE
MAKS 9680 is a non-ionic, low foaming concentrated surfactant blend.
MAKS 9680 has been developed to facilitate the cleaning operations of evaporator vessels in sugar mills, especially at the end of the campaign. It penetrates deposits of hardness builders and other insoluble salts and removes or loosens them for easy mechanical removal.
- Strong dispersing effect on alkaline-earth salts and other insoluble salts
- Extremely high wetting properties, especially in alkaline environment
- Very stable at high pH and high temperatures
- Unique surface active properties and ability to be soluble in water
- Low foaming – easy to handle and apply
- Highly alkaline cleaning of evaporators and many other hard surface cleaning operations
- Greatly improves the removal and elimination of both inorganic and organic deposits
- Eliminates the necessity to use acid cleaning
- Non-dangerous according to European legislation for preparations
For Sugar Mill Evaporators, we recommend a dosage of 1 kg per cubic meter as a start point, increasing the amount as deemed necessary in accordance to the severity of the scale.
Your BIMAKS representative will recommend the optimum dosage necessary to ensure maximum program performance according to your specific system parameters.
As a standard precaution with all chemicals we recommend the use of protective equipment such as goggles and rubber gloves when handling. Consult the Material Safety Data Sheet as the only official source of Environmental and Safety information.
The product can be stored 24 months from date of shipping if kept in its original, unopened container and under normal warehouse conditions. Protect from freezing and from exposure to high temperature.
MAKS 9680 is available in non-returnable containers of different sizes.
APPLICATION METHOD AND QUANTITY
The dosage quantity of the product changes according to the operating conditions and water chemistry of the system. BIMAKS representative will propose the appropriate dosage quantity to ensure maximum conditioning performance based on the distributed system parameters.