Multipurpose Heavy Duty Cleaner
Bio-Gard is an alkaline blend of non-ionic and amphoteric surfactants in aqueous solution with a fully biodegradable sequestrant to enhance performance in hard water. Bio-Gard has excellent cleaning and degreasing and superior foaming properties. It can be used as a foam or spray through pressure washers and spraying equipment on all farm, hatchery and processing surfaces. Bio-Gard is non-staining and non-tainting and biodegradable.
Instructions for Use
For the removal of organic soiling in particular those associated with fats and greases. Bio-Gard is ideal for the removal of faecal matter and soiling on farms and in the hatchery. It will remove fats and grease from all processing equipment such as shackles and cutting blades.
Spraying – Depending on the degree of soiling manually prepare a 0.5% (1:200) – 1% (1:100) solution of Bio-Gard or use dosing equipment to achieve the same dilution. Spray using a low pressure lance onto all surfaces at an application rate of 500 mls.m2. Hot water (60-65oC) will improve the effectiveness in high grease situations. Allow contact time of 15-20 minutes prior to thoroughly washing all surfaces with water at high pressure. Higher concentrations may be required under very heavy soil conditions.
Foaming – Manually prepare a 2% (1:50) solution of Bio-Gard or using dosing equipment to achieve the same dilution. Apply using a foam lance onto all surfaces at an application rate of 250mls/m2. Allow a contact time of 15-20 minutes prior to thoroughly washing all surfaces with water at high pressure. Higher concentrations may be required under very heavy soil conditions.
Bio-Gard is classified as CORROSIVE. Avoid contact with the eyes and skin during handling of this product. Do not breath spay mist (a mist respirator is recommended where appropriate) Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight and away from other products Do not allow contact with acids. For disposal dilute small quantities to waste water, via a foul sewer or other treatment facility in accordance with local water authority regulations