When diluted with water, concentrates can clean by themselves without leaving residues. For routine laboratory applications, no scrubbing is necessary once items are removed from the cleaning bath. For best results, items to be cleaned should be soaked for 2 to 24 hours, and rinsed with distilled water immediately after removal from cleaning bath.
extran® 300 Liquid Detergent is a powerful liquid concentrate specially formulated to remove stubborn contamination and burnt-on residues. Especially effective at removing organic materials such as blood and proteins. Phosphate- and halogen-free. Works well in ultrasonic cleaning baths. Can be used on glass, plastic, quartz, porcelain, ferrous metal, and rubber equipment and apparatus. Dose: 10–200mL per liter. pH of 1% solution: 10.1.
extran® MA 01 Liquid Detergent is a multi-pupose detergent for cleaning heavily contaminated items. Alkaline solution combines with phosphate-based compounds to clean heavily soiled equipment and apparatus. Effectively removes radioactive contamination and can be used on glass, plastic, quartz, porcelain, ferrous metals, and rubber. Dose: 20–200mL per liter. pH of 2% solution: 11.6.
extran® MA 03 Liquid Detergent is phosphate-free and safe for use on glass, plastic, quartz, porcelain, ferrous metals, and rubber equipment and apparatus. Well-suited for cleaning equipment used for the micro-determination of phosphate-based compounds. Dose: 20–200mL per liter. pH of 2% solution: 11.6.
extran® MN 01 Powdered Detergent is a multi-purpose detergent for heavy-duty laboratory cleaning applications. This mixture of anionic surfactants and auxiliary agents can be used on glass, plastic, rubber, metal, and quartz. Phosphate-free. Items to be cleaned should be immersed in a cleaning solution and thoroughly brushed or wiped. Dose: 2 to 5g per liter. pH of 0.2% solution: 10.9.