A mild, yet powerful, multi-purpose cleaner that is effective in both industrial and critical cleaning applications. Its unique formulation of chelants, ionic, and non-ionic ingredients produces a variety of cleaning actions that include lifting, dispersing, emulsifying, sequestering, suspending and decomposing. Target soils include oil, grease, wax, tar, flux, particulates, hard water stains and biological debris. Outstanding for cleaning labware, ceramics, stainless steel, and defouling filter membranes.
Cleaning protocols tend to vary depending on individualized application, however, the following points in general pertain to most applications:
Micro Cleaning Solution, also known as Micro-90, should be diluted with water before use. The charts below are helpful in determining the amount of cleaner to be added to a tank. Please take note that adding water to the solution too quickly may cause the cleaning solution to foam. To avoid this, pour the water first, then add the cleaning solution.
U.S. Tank Sizes
(Concentration of cleaner)
|1 Quart||⅙ ounce||⅓ ounce||⅔ ounce||1½ ounces|
|1 Gallon||⅔ ounce||1¼ ounces||2¾ ounces||6½ ounces|
|3 Gallons||2 ounces||3¾ ounces||7¼ ounces||19¼ ounces|
|5 Gallons||3¼ ounces||6½ ounces||12¾ ounces||1 quart|
|10 Gallons||6½ ounces||12¾ ounces||25½ ounces||2 quarts|
|25 Gallons||16 ounces||1 quart||2 quarts||1¼ gallons|
|50 Gallons||1 quart||2 quarts||1 gallon||2½ gallons|
|100 Gallons||2 quarts||1 gallon||2 gallons||5 gallons|
Metric Tank Sizes
(Concentration of cleaner)
|1 Liter||5 ml||10 ml||20 ml||50 ml|
|4 Liters||20 ml||40 ml||80 ml||200 ml|
|10 Liters||50 ml||100 ml||200 ml||500 ml|
|20 Liters||100 ml||200 ml||400 ml||1 liter|
|40 Liters||200 ml||400 ml||800 ml||2 liters|
|100 Liters||500 ml||1 liter||2 liters||5 liters|
|200 Liters||1 liter||2 liters||4 liters||10 liters|
|400 Liters||2 liters||4 liters||8 liters||20 liters|
These cleaning solutions are formulated with several different cleaning ingredients, and they will continue to clean until one more of their ingredients is depleted. Cleaning tasks tend to exhaust different ingredients at different rates, therefore it is difficult to predict how long a solution will perform in a given application. A good rule of thumb is that if the pH of the cleaning solution decreases by one full pH unit, the solution may be weakening and should be changed or replenished.
When properly rinsed, these cleaners leave no residue. The most simple way to test for residue is to dip a glass slide into the rinse water and remove it. If the rinse water flows smoothly over the slide, there is no residue. If the water beads or streaks, more rinsing is required.
Please Note: Do not mix Micro Cleaning Solution (Micro-90) with other products.
Micro Cleaning Solution (Micro-90)