Evans Vanodine are a family owned company who manufacture a wide range of janitorial protection chemicals. There committed to quality and have strictly defined procedures within their quality control practices to maintain their reputation as market leaders in their industry.
Evans glass renovator is a low foaming detergent that removes protein deposits, yeast, beer residue & bloom from drinking glasses.
PURPOSE OF USE
Restores glassware to a clean & highly satisfactory condition & will also sanitise the glassware at the same time. Concentrated formulation, making it very economical in use. Easy to use & more soluble than powder.
- Pack size: 4 x 2.5 litre
- Quantity 4
HOW TO USE
NOT TO BE USED FOR HAND GLASSWASHING.
After the normal cleaning of glassware, if water droplets are visible
on the side of the glass it indicates that the glasses require
Withdraw the feeder tube from the normal Glasswash detergent &
place it in the Glass Renovator. Operate through the electronic
dispenser unit at a ratio of 1 - 3ml per litre. Proceed to clean the
glassware in the normal manner. Replace the feeder tube into the
Glasswash detergent when all glassware has been renovated.
It is advisable to renovate glassware on a monthly basis & is best
carried out at a busy period, i.e. weekends, to ensure the product is
completely pumped through the tubing to allow the majority of
glassware to be treated at least once.
For best results use in conjunction with Evans Glasswashing products.
If a high active glass or dishwash detergent is being used it is
advisable to place feeder tube into a container of clean water & use
machine 4 or 5 times in order to flush out the detergent, before
connecting to the Glass Renovator.
Appearance: Clear pale yellow liquid
Odour: Odour of hypochlorite
pH - undiluted: 13.7
Shelf life: Not less than 1 year
Contains a blend of sodium hypochlorite solution, sodium
hydroxide & sequestering agents.
All surfactants used in Evans Vanodine products comply
with the current European Regulations concerning
biodegradability and protection of the environment.