CP-750 is a concentrated liquid alkaline cleaning agent formulated for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, cosmetic and medical device industries. It is our most effective all-in-one agent to remove a wide range of process and product residues, including proteins, synthetic organics, excipients, fine chemicals and is particularly effective against oils, petrolantums and waxes. This product reduces the use of solvents and detergent additives. When used as directed, CP-750 is safe for use on both glass and stainless steel substrates and on a wide variety of plastics. The product is not recommended for aluminum, brass, copper or other soft metals.
The enhanced surfactant system in CP-750 remains effective across a wide temperature range for improved cleaning and rinsing in low volume/high energy recirculating spray systems. It also remains effective even during pH neutralization prior to sewer discharge, thus reducing redeposition of removed residues.
CP-750 is low foaming at all temperatures and will not cavitate recirculation pumps. Extremely free rinsing, CP-750 provides a clean, residue free surface and provides excellent hard water tolerance that eliminates mineral deposits. This cleaning agent is phosphate free.
CP-750 is designed for use in immersion, pressure spray and in recirculating spray wash applications and is ideal for recirculating Clean-In-Place (CIP) systems. Typical operating concentrations of CP-750 vary from 0.5% to 10% (v/v), depending on temperatures, soil loads, and cleaning methods used. Proper care and protective equipment are required for manual cleaningósee the MSD sheet.

Biodecontamination Group Technical Service chemists and engineers will help you establish an improved cleaning procedure for your applications using CP-750. If required, our testing laboratory can test your residue and screen various cleaner concentrations, temperatures and exposure times to determine the optimum cleaning conditions and also provide cleaning validation assistance.

Concentration Testing for CP-750- Several options exist for the feed and concentration control of CP-750, including a standard acid/base titration, pH and conductivity.

Residue Testing for CP-750- Standard analytical methods may be used for determining absence of CP-750 on product contact surfaces. Acidity titrations, chelant assays, specific ion analysis, conductivity, pH and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) are all viable methods of analysis. Let us assist you in your choice of appropriate methodology.

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