An all-in-one alkaline chlorinated detergent cleaner and sanitiser.
Ideal for use in:
- Food processing areas
Combines chlorine stable detergents, alkaline builders and 4.0% chlorine for effective cleaning, bleaching and sanitising
Excellent one step cleaner sanitiser for all food industry applications
Low caustic level makes it suitable for use on aluminium and galvanised equipment
Effective at breaking up protein soils to assist in removal
LCC is suitable for use in food processing areas, kitchens, bathrooms, toilets and infection control.
Please note that chlorine content naturally degrades over time. For critical applications, we recommend testing the chlorine concentration at the time of use/point of use.
General Cleaning: Use at dilutions from 1:10 to 1:25 (30-70mL/L) depending on level of soiling. Add LCC to dispensing bottle, then top up with cold water.
Infection control cleaning:
1,000ppm: Add 20ml to a 750ml trigger bottle and top up with cold water
5,000ppm: Add 100ml to a 750ml trigger bottle and top up with cold water
- Spray onto surface or squirt on and spread over with cloth.
- Leave to act for 10 minutes then wipe off.
- Rinse all food contact surfaces with potable water after use
- Discard any contents left at the end of day (or after 8 hours), rinse and allow bottle to drain and dry.
Food processing use: Dry clean areas first to remove bulk soiling and rinse off any blood deposits. Use LCC at dilutions from 1:20 to 1:100 dependant on the degree of soiling. LCC may be used manually, or through a foamer. Rinse food contact surfaces with fresh water after use.
Bathroom use: LCC may be used neat to clean toilet bowls and stained grouting. Flush toilet first to remove any acidic toilet cleaner residues. Squirt into bowl or along grouting and allow to run down. Then flush toilet or rinse tiles with water.
Store in a cool area and rotate stocks to use oldest material first.
Do not mix with any acidic substances.
Colour: Pale Yellow
pH level: 12.6
Incompatible surfaces: Compatible with most surfaces at in-use concentration. Prolonged exposure of metal surfaces to LCC will result in minor surface corrosion.