Biocel’s Clearline is a Powerful Chlorine Free Beer Line Detergent.
We use a blend of alkaline hydroxides, sequestrants, surfactants and threshold agents which are specifically formulated to meet line-cleaning requirements for draft ale, stout, lager and cider lines, particularly where TCMs may be a concern.
Clearline Chlorine Free Beer Line Detergent
Our product is specifically formulated to meet line-cleaning requirements for draft ale, stout, lager and cider lines.
- Excellent biofilm remover.
- A highly-effective detergent due to activator in cold use.
- Non-tainting, easily rinsed after use.
- No head retention effect.
- Biocel can provide monitoring of line-cleaning effectiveness using microbiological and ATP analysis (please contact us for more details).
Supplied in 5L UN bottles (in 4 x 5L cases) in 120 x 5L pallet lots.
Clearline may be used with automatic or wash bottle systems.
Both temperature and usage rate varies depending on the level of soil present and plant operating conditions. Biocel will be pleased to deal with any of your technical queries.
1.5 – 2.0 % w/v brewhouse & FVs.
0.8 – 1.0 % w/v lines & conditioning tanks.
1.0 – 1.5 % w/v keg & bottle-washing.
For complete usage information, consult the product technical specification.
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Biocel chemical awareness training is available for this product line e.g. training for best practices and safe handling of chlorine free beer line cleaning chemicals.
Technical support – with over four decades of experience, Biocel is ideally placed to offer cleaning optimisation advice
In addition, Biocel can supply a range of test strips, including pH, chlorine and peroxide test strips. These test strips help to ensure that the correct product concentration is used during cleaning; strips also verify that the beer lines have been fully rinsed prior to reuse.
Please click on the link to request a Biocel safety datasheet. If you have any queries, please contact us.
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