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Power Guard RD-10, case of 4 gallons

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Product Description

Powerguard RD-10 (01 RD10), manufactured by Snee Chemical Company.

EPA Registered for Sale ONLY in Louisiana and Mississippi - we will NOT ship this product to any other states.

Clean, disinfect, and sanitize with this ammoniated sanitizer. Power-Guard RD-10 is USDA Authorized (D2) to use as a sanitizer on all surfaces without always requiring a rinse. Use this product in food plants, dairy and poultry farms, meat and poultry plants, or food processing plants. This one-step formula should be mixed with water before spraying or applying to cleaning surface. Personal Protective Equipment is recommended.

Ideal for use as a disinfectant, pseudomonacidal, staphylocidal, salmonellacidal, bactericidal, fungicidal, mildewstatic, and virucidal.

Ideal for sanitizing equipment and utensils in federally inspected meat, poultry, and beverage plants; also use in hospitals or nursing homes.

Power-Guard RD-10 comes in concentrated form. Concentrated formulas are an economical option for consumers because they are manufactured using fewer resources. However, care should be taken by the end-user to ensure the solution is properly mixed, thus creating a product capable of performing as described. Refer to product label for further instructions.

Phosphate free.

pH: 7.2 + 0.3
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.991
COLOR: Water clear
ODOR: Slight

1:128 Dilution (1 oz per gallon)

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal case

Material Safety Data Sheets available after purchasing.
  • Model: 01 RD10
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Power Guard RD-10, case of 4 gallons

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