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pH7X 2 LB Bag

pH7X Powder

Traditional, caustic cleaners damage your beer lines, wine bladders and gaskets with every clean. They cause brittleness plus pitting in the inner surface of the lines, bladders and gaskets. This is where yeast, biofilm and molds like to settle. Therefore, the more you clean with caustic soda, the more build up you will get and the more often they will need cleaning.

pH7X has a formulation of buffers and mild alkalis that make it safe on skin and soft materials such as stainless steel, aluminum and plastics. As a CIP cleaner it is very effective on brew kettles, mash tuns, fermenters, filters, bright tanks, beer lines, and packaging areas. Avoid use on Teflon coated items.

pH7X uses active oxygen (4-5%) to penetrate and remove carbon soils, protein soils, fatty acids and prevents staining. As an added environmental benefit, the oxygen helps to reduce the biochemical and chemical demand in the wastewater.


pH7X powder kills 99.9% of two of the main causes of beer spoilage: Lactobacillus brevis and Saccharomyces cervisiae, if left in the beer lines overnight, (for at least six hours)

Using pH7X Powder

Static Beer Line Example (1% solution)

Clear beer lines with water prior to cleaning lines with pH7X. Using a 13 gallon (50 liter) vessel. Add 7 gallons (25 liters) of warm to hot water (100-140 degrees Fahrenheit) into a cleaning keg/vessel, then add 250g of pH7X powder stirring continuously until completely dissolved. Add another 250g, stirring continuously, while topping off the 13 gallon (50 liter) vessel with warm to hot water for a 1% pH7X solution. Pull solution into lines, and leave for at least 20 minutes for a quick clean. Flush through with clean water as normal. Pour yourself a beer and taste the difference!

The powder can also be used as a deep soak clean by mixing as above and leaving in the lines for at least two hours. It is perfectly safe to leave overnight or up to 24 hours.

eco-friendly, non-caustic, odorless, any temperature

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