Chemical Products

Chemical Product Range

Unitech Washing Systems have introduced a range of chemicals suitable for use within our machines and other industrial washers. They have been formulated to produce excellent results on most types of soiling, and complement our equipment to offer a complete service.

washmaster chemicals for industrial washers

Chemicals for Industrial Washers

Our product range includes:

Maxi Clean CG
General Purpose Alkaline detergent – extremely effective on a wide range of materials and contaminants, predominantly for use within the food industry.

Maxisolve LQ
Solvent cleaner, generally used for the removal of adhesives and aqueous resistant soiling.

Maxi De-scale 36
Used for the periodic removal of limescale within industrial washing systems in hard water areas.

Washmaster 1205
Alkaline cleaner designed for use with ultrasonics and agitation washes. A safe multi metal cleaner for use with aluminium, brass, carbon steel, plastics, ceramics and composites.

Washmaster 1015
A heavy duty alkaline cleaner. This is a searching type chemical and can be used for immersion and spray type applications. Suitable for all machine shop lubricants and RP type coatings.

Washmaster 1216
A neutral detergent cleaner, enhancing ultrasonic type operations, and very effective for the removal of carbonised contamination on components.

Washmaster De-Rust
A mildly acidic and biodegradable de-rust chemical. An environmentally friendly alternative to general de-rust chemistries.

Other formulations are available and can be tailored to your specific needs.

In addition to the above, Unitech Washing Systems offer a free on loan service, which provides clients the offer of a conductivity or timed doser to control the flow and usage of chemicals within their systems. Alternatively, dosing systems can be supplied as part of a purchase package.

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To order any of the products listed above, please fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch. Or simply call us on 01543 224608.

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