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Hypersan

Concentrated Liquid Sanitiser.

Hypersan is a concentrated sanitiser containing a special blend of quaternary ammonium compounds that kill a broad spectrum of bacteria and effective in hard water.

Features

Contains a 4th generation quaternary blend with 10% quarternary ammonium compound

Highly concentrated making it extremely economical

At a dilution of 2mL/L (1:500), Hypersan is classified as a no-rinse sanitiser

Kills more than 99.999% of bacteria on clean surfaces

Used at the recommended dilution rate, Hypersan provides 200ppm quaternary ammonium compound

Neutral pH

Application

Hypersan is suitable for use in all food contact and preparation areas.

Directions

1. Thoroughly clean all surfaces with a suitable detergent solution and rinse with potable fresh water before sanitising with Hypersan.

2. Spray on Hypersan using a pressure cleaner, foamer, backpack sprayer or trigger spray. It is important to cover the entire area that needs sanitising with the Hypersan solution.

3. Leave on surface. Hypersan is classified as a no-rinse sanitiser at a dilution of 2mL/L (1:500). If used stronger than recommended, surfaces must be rinsed before processing food.

Do not spray over food. Do NOT use as a food sanitiser. Surfaces must be adequately drained before processing operations resume.

Do not mix with soap or detergents as this will deactivate the active ingredient.

Application Surface Soil Level Dilution Rate Dilution Rate mLs Directions
Spray & Wipe Clean 1:500 2mL/750mL Spray and leave.
Spray Pack Sprayer, foamer, pressure cleaner Clean 1:500 10mL/5L Spray and leave.

If using trigger spray bottle - at least once a week, empty bottle, rinse with water and allow to dry before refilling.

Technical Information

Fragrance: No added fragrance
Colour:
Orange
pH level:
7.5
Form:
Liquid

Certifications

  • Halal certification

Recyclable container

Biodegradable

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