CONCENTRATED DEGREASER SANITISER
A super concentrated bactericidal degreaser to clean and sanitise all catering hard and food contact surfaces including chopping boards, food processing equipment and utensils. Fully compliant to BS EN1276 standard at a dilution of 25:1 with a contact time of 30 seconds and at 50:1 with a 5 minute contact time. To aid product recognition the ARPAX A7 product label, the solutions, both concentrated and diluted, and the label on the trigger bottle are yellow.
Product Name: ARPAX A7
Description: Super concentrated catering cleaner/ degreaser/ sanitiser (BS EN 1276 approved)
Pack Size(s): 1x2Lt
Product Name: ARPAX A7 500ML BOTTLES
Description: Arpax A7 labelled spray bottles
Pack Size(s): 1
HOW TO USE
Suitable for a wide variety of cleaning operations in kitchens and other food handling areas. Use to clean and sanitise equipment and hard surfaces. Can be used on all stainless steel surfaces, food processing equipment, worktops, storage areas and utensils. ARPAX A7 should not be allowed to dry onto glass surfaces.
Remove gross debris. Spray directly onto the surface or equipment. Depending on the degree of soiling allow sufficient time for the product to penetrate the soil. Agitate heavily soiled areas if necessary, then simply wipe away with a clean cloth or absorbent paper to leave a fresh clean surface.
In food handling areas where there is a risk of cross contamination, we recommend a two stage process as best practice:
Stage 1 Cleaning:
Remove food debris then spray directly onto the surface or equipment and allow sufficient time for the product to penetrate the soiling, agitating heavily soiled areas if necessary. Rinse with fresh clean water or wipe down with a clean damp cloth.
Stage 2 Sanitising:
Spray directly onto the surface, ensuring an even coverage. Allow 30 seconds or 5minutes contact time before rinsing the surface with fresh clean water or a clean damp cloth. Allow to air-dry or dry the surface with a separate clean dry cloth.
ARPAX A7 must be diluted before use using an Arpax bottle fill dispenser. For a cleaning and disinfecting solution dilute with one plunge of dispenser per yellow labelled Arpax A7 spray bottle and fill with water or via an automatic chemical/water mixing station.
Bucket Fill Instruction:
1. Pull GREEN lever in an upward direction until it CLICKS to prime the unit.
2. Pull lever towards you in an upward direction until it CLICKS. This is now ready to vend.
3. To vend product PUSH lever downwards. The concentrate will be dispensed into the bucket at the correct
dilution to water.
4. Wait for the green indicator to reappear in the window before vending again. It is suggested that 2-3 plunges
is sufficient product in a 23lt bucket of hot water.
Bottle Fill Instruction:
1. Unscrew trigger spray from bottle and fill with water to the top of the label.
2. Insert bottle neck on to the dispensing nozzle and push upwards – priming the unit.
3. Position spray bottle on the base of the drip tray to allow vending to commence.
4. PULL lever towards you in an upward direction until it CLICKS. This is now ready to vend.
5. To vend product PUSH lever downwards. The concentrate will be dispensed into the bottle at the correct
dilution to water.
6. Remove the bottle from the base and screw trigger spray onto the bottle. Turn bottle upside down to ensure
thorough mixing has occurred.
7. WAIT for the green indicator to reappear in the window before inserting the next bottle for vending.
Concentrate is an Irritant. Irritating to skin. Risk of serious damage to eyes. In use solutions are not classified as hazardous, however we advise that normal hygiene practices are adopted. Wear rubber gloves when using solutions and avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice if irritation occurs. For detailed advice on safe handling and storage of the concentrated product refer to the product Safety Data Sheet.
Safety Data Sheet
Keep out of reach of children. FOR INDUSTRIAL & INSTITUTIONAL USE ONLY.
COSHH is a law that requires all employers to take steps to control substances (chemicals) that may cause harm to employees, contractors and visitors to the workplace. Every work environment will be different in terms of the hazardous chemicals that are present, and how these are used, and individual assessments may be necessary to consider how chemicals can be handled and stored safely, in addition to ensuring that appropriate PPE and training is provided for employees. Product MSDS and Product Guidance Sheets are intended to help when carrying out a COSHH assessment.