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CHC-15 Chlorine Sanitizer, Case of 6

$133.95

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Product Description

CHC-15 Chlorine Sanitizer (CHL 0123), Case of 6 (qty), 3 lbs jars.

Not for Sale in New York or California - We will NOT ship this product to those states.

Remove stains from dishes and porcelain with this chlorine type powdered sanitizer. CHC-15 Chlorine Sanitizer is USDA Authorized (D2) to use as a sanitizer on all surfaces without always requiring a rinse. Use this germicidal product in restaurants, bars, and other food environments which require a three-compartment sink. This product is mild on hands. Mix with water and sanitize dishes.

This product is most commonly used for sanitizing glasses in bars and restaurants.

Ideal for sanitizing dishes, glasses, pots, pans, and utensils; especially effective on glass and flatware. Safe to use when sanitizing dishes by hand.

Phosphate free.

Specs:
pH: 1% of aqueous solution: 11.1
COLOR: White powder
ODOR: Chlorine
Contains 14-20% Calcium Hypochlorite per MSDS

Dilution:
1:192 Normal Duty
1:128 Heavy Stain Removal

Availability:
Case of 6 (qty), 3 lbs jars

MSDS Sheets available after purchasing.
  • Model: CHL 0123
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CHC-15 Chlorine Sanitizer, Case of 6

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