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How do you test sanitizer for optimal performance? Ensuring your sink is good to go.2022-05-27T16:29:18-04:00

How do you test sanitizer for optimal performance? Ensuring your sink is good to go.

The health department mandates that you test sanitizer PPM or parts per million. So…

How do you test sanitizer for optimal performance?

You can do this by using the test strips found in the sealed box on the wall next to the sanitizer dispenser. That is where it should be, at least!

This sanitizer test and having the correct levels will ensure that all pots, pans, and dishes are protected from contamination after they are cleaned.

  • First tear off a two inch strip of test paper from the test strip roll.
  • Dip the strip into the sanitizer solution without touching the bubbles.
  • If the strip is yellow simply dip it for one second in the water and remove it.
  • If it is an orange test strip you should hold it under the water for ten seconds.
  • Once the strip is extracted compare it to the chart on the side of the test strip container.
  • The color of the wet end of the strip should match the color on the chart between 200 and 400 PPM.
  • If this is so you are good to go
    OR
    If the setting is too high you can add water from the faucet until it is correct.
  • If it is too low inform and ask your manager for help.

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How do you test sanitizer for optimal performance? Ensuring your sink is good to go.

What language do you prefer for the ProfitMax Chemical Website?2022-05-24T16:38:34-04:00

What language do you prefer for the ProfitMax Chemical Website?

We have an array of options for your preferred language or the preferred language of your employees.

Including the most spoken languages across the world…,

First, the english site which you are already on and our tagline in a number of different languages with links to full website translations as well.

English
Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions.

And a list of languages available with links to each.

What language do you prefer for the ProfitMax Chemical Website? Any of the below?

Spanish
Soluciones de limpieza ambientalmente sensibles.

Portuguese
Soluções de limpeza ambientalmente sensíveis.

Vietnamese
Giải pháp làm sạch nhạy cảm với môi trường.

Afrikaans 
Omgewingssensitiewe skoonmaakoplossings.

Hindi 
पर्यावरण के प्रति संवेदनशील सफाई समाधान.

German
Umweltfreundliche Reinigungslösungen.

Korean (Hangul) 
환경에 민감한 청소 솔루션.

Chinese
环境敏感清洁解决方案.

Arabic
حلول التنظيف المراعية للبيئة.

  Bengali 
পরিবেশগতভাবে সংবেদনশীল পরিচ্ছন্নতার সমাধান.

Filipino 
Mga Solusyon sa Paglilinis na Sensitibo sa Kapaligiran.

Hebrew
פתרונות ניקוי רגישים לסביבה.

What language do you prefer for the ProfitMax Chemical Website if your preference is not one of the above?

ProfitMax Chemical is also available in
Albanian
Amharic
Armenian
Azerbaijani
Basque
Belarusian
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Catalan
Cebuano
Chichewa
Chinese (Traditional)
Corsican
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Czech
Danish
Dutch
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Estonian
Finnish
French
Frisian
Galician
Georgian
Greek
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Hausa
Hawaiian
Hmong
Hungarian
Icelandic
Igbo
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Irish
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
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Romanian
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Swedish
Tajik
Tamil
Telugu
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Welsh
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu.

So we hope we have it covered when it comes to your language preferences.

And more FAQ’s addressing questions like.. Why do bacteria cleaners take longer?  as well as explaining how time chemistry and mechanical action in cleaning are available on the site. Blogs are also on the cleaning solutions website that go into more detail about how bacteria-based cleaners work naturally as well as an array of other topics too.

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How do you prepare a three bin sink to wash rinse and sanitize for optimal performance?2022-05-23T15:52:46-04:00

How do you prepare a three bin sink to wash rinse and sanitize for optimal performance?

How do you prepare a three bin sink?

Wash, rinse, sanitize is the foundational cleaning sequence for all three-bin sinks and preparing those sinks for optimal performance comes first.

In a commercial environment cleanliness and preparation are two of the core steps to bringing a safe and quality food product to the public.

In most food preparation areas the cleaning will be centered around a three-bin sink.

These sinks will be arranged for you ahead of time with dispensers for both soap and sanitizer.

If you look at the dispensers, you should see…

One loaded with a white capsule called Sentinel. This is your sanitizer.

In the other dispenser, you will see either…
an orange capsule called Score,
a green one called Shamrock,
or a pink one called Delite.
Your manager has decided which of these Sunburst Chemicals detergents your department will use.

Before you get into the washing process, first, follow these steps in order to prepare a three-bin sink properly and for optimal performance.

  • Ensure all three bins are clean.
  • Start with the wash sink first. Rinse the bin out with water to be certain that any residue, such as food, grease, or soap film is cleared out.
  • If there are large pieces of debris in the drain, pick them out with your hand and throw them away in a trash can.
  • Once the sink is clean, check to be sure the stopper is in place.
  • Then begin filling the wash sink with soap.
  • Do this by pushing down the small black lever on the bottom right side of the soap dispenser until it points straight down.
    This will begin filling the wash sink with soapy water.

As it is filling, use the soapy water to wash out the rinse and sanitize bins with a wash pad or stainless steel scrub pad.This helps to remove any contaminants, film, dirt, debris, or remnants from a prior wash.

While you are doing this, monitor the wash sink while it fills to the desired level.

Usually, this means a sink that is between one half and two thirds full.

Some times there is not sufficient water pressure to fill all three sinks at the same time, so it may be necessary to let the wash sink finish filling first.

Once it is finished filling, shut the dispenser off by lifting the black handle on the bottom right side of the soap dispenser until the water stops.

Then, fill the rinse sink in the middle with fresh water from the sink faucet until the water level is even with the soap sink.

Cold or warm water is ok.

Next, fill the sanitizer sink from the sanitizer dispenser in the same way you used the soap dispenser. Fill it to the level of the other two sinks.

The sanitizer is used to prevent contamination of the clean pots and pans after the wash is complete.


Testing the sanitizer is the last part of the process.

The health department mandates that you test sanitizer PPM or parts per million.

You can do this by using the test strips found in the sealed box on the wall next to the sanitizer dispenser.

This test and having the correct levels will ensure that all pots, pans, and dishes are protected from contamination after they are cleaned.

  • First tear off a two inch strip of test paper from the test strip roll.
  • Dip the strip into the sanitizer solution without touching the bubbles.
  • If the strip is yellow simply dip it for one second in the water and remove it.
  • If it is an orange test strip you should hold it under the water for ten seconds.
  • Once the strip is extracted compare it to the chart on the side of the test strip container.
  • The color of the wet end of the strip should match the color on the chart between 200 and 400 PPM.
  • If this is so you are good to go
    OR
    If the setting is too high you can add water from the faucet until it is correct.
  • If it is too low inform and ask your manager for help.

After following each step of the process above, you will have professionally prepared your three-bin sink to wash, rinse and sanitize for optimal performance.

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What is Delite from Sunburst Chemicals?2022-05-13T12:23:44-04:00

What is Delite from Sunburst Chemicals?

Delite is a dish detergent provided by Sunburst chemicals for use in any high-capacity kitchen or food preparation area.

  • It is a solid pink chemical that performs very well in departments with access to soft water and is highly effective at removing greasy soils.
  • It provides a high sudsing mix that is both mild and pleasant to use.
  • As a milder alternative to Shamrock it is both cheaper and softer making it a preferable tool in departments that don’t suffer from strong environmental concerns, such as hard water.
How do you maintain a Sunburst Chemicals Trap Tender Dispenser?2022-04-13T12:36:57-04:00

How do you maintain a Sunburst Chemicals Trap Tender Dispenser? A ProfitMax Chemical Trap Tender FAQ about the proper care and use of one.

The job of a Sunburst ChemicalsTrap Tender Dispenser is to tend to your grease trap.

It does that by spraying the Biozyme drain treatment down the drain every night around midnight.

It does this so that the digestions inside the Biozyme have time to work on all the greases, proteins, fats and hairs and other stuff that get down there and clears out the pipe so that you don’t have to have a plumber come out and rotate it manually.

Maintaining a Sunburst Chemicals Trap Tender Dispenser is simple.

You only have two jobs to do.

One is to make sure that there is a capsule full of Biozyme on top of the machine at all times.

Two is that if the low battery light is flashing, then you call for maintenance to change the battery. That is not your job and you do not have to worry about it.

Thats it and thats how you maintain a Trap Tender Dispenser. Here is a video explaining the process.

What is Biozyme from Sunburst Chemicals?2022-03-30T16:57:16-04:00

What is Biozyme from Sunburst Chemicals? ProfitMax Chemical FAQ explains the Sunburst Chemicals drain cleaner called Biozyme.

What is Biozyme?

Biozyme is the showcase drain cleaner provided by Sunburst Chemicals. It is a solid purple chemical sold in the standard Sunburst capsule. Unlike the rest of the lineup, Biozyme gets its very own dispenser.

The Sunburst Chemicals Trap Tender dispenser is an automatic machine set to a timer to go off at 1 a.m. when the location is presumably closed. This is to facilitate the mechanical function of the Biozyme. Biozyme, you see, is a bacterial based digestant. This means that rather than dissolving the drain scum the way most drain acids do it instead uses microbes to eat and digest the organic residues.

When it comes to asking about how do you maintain a sunburst chemicals trap tender dispenser, the answer is easy, since it does the work for you and you only need to keep an eye on the Biozyme and if the battery light is flashing. Thats it.

The microbes are activated by water and will consume organic matter until they run out of food or are exposed to ammonium, such as Sunburst’s ammonium-based Sentinel sanitizer, at which point they are easily and cleanly washed away with no harmful residues left in your drains, grease traps, or local sewer system. The timed Trap Tender dispenser allows the Biozyme to be applied when there are no users in the store to wash them out, allowing the microbes maximum time to work on the drains.

This also makes it easy to use.

All the customer needs to do is make certain that the Trap Tender is loaded with fresh Biozyme should it ever run out. The Trap Tender does have a button for manual use allowing dispensing on demand. This can be used to inject the drains on command or to fill buckets full of activated Biozyme to apply to any drains that might be beyond the Trap Tender’s reach. Should the dispenser malfunction a blinking light on the front will alert the user to the need for technical service.

Because Biozyme is a digestant it performs a number of additional services. By eating away at organic matter is deprives pests and bugs like flies and cockroaches food and nesting material, preventing them from laying eggs and spreading around your food prep areas.

How can a drain cleaning help a business and the town it is in? The answer is in the above and one of the ProfitMax Chemical FAQ‘s

It also kills and disposes of these pests should they occupy your drains. This same process also clears out rotting material in drains removing stink and other bad smells that result from decomposing biological matter. As an additional bonus this efficient removal of organic matter makes the buildup of inorganic blockage slower reducing how often a store needs to call in the plumber for manual clearing. In optimal conditions, it may reduce the need for such visits entirely.

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Where is ProfitMax Chemical located? The Buffalo Gap Texas Location.2022-03-04T16:57:38-05:00

Where is ProfitMax Chemical located? The Buffalo Gap Texas Location. A ProfitMax Chemical Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions FAQ.

Where is ProfitMax Chemical?

Answer: ProfitMax Chemical is located at 2073 FM 89 Buffalo Gap Road. Buffalo Gap, Texas 79508, USA.

Buffalo Gap is in Taylor County, Texas and part of Abilene, Texas which is part of the United States of America

Buffalo Gap

Buffalo Gap is an incorporated town in Taylor County, Texas, United States. It is part of the Abilene, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 464 at the 2010 census. ProfitMax Chemical is providing environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions to our neighbors in Buffalo Gap as well as Abilene, but we also stretch out across the southwest too.

Abilene

Abilene is a city in Taylor and Jones Counties in Texas, United States. Its population was 125,182 at the 2020 census, making it the 27th-most populous city in the state of Texas. From training and educating to the continued relationships and personalized products, ProfitMax Chemical aims to serve every client and connection as an endurance resource.

Taylor County

Taylor County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2020 census, its population was 143,208. Its county seat is Abilene. The county was created in 1858 and later organized in 1878. It is named for Edward Taylor, George Taylor, and James Taylor, three brothers who died at the Battle of the Alamo. When it comes to cleaning and sanitizing solutions in Taylor County, ProfitMax Chemical’s qualitative and quantitative Proof of Process centers around educating, selling and training on the products and the individualized applications.

Texas

Texas is a state in the South Central region of the United States. At 268,596 square miles, and with more than 29.1 million residents in 2020, it is the second-largest U.S. state by both area and population. With every client and every location across Texas and beyond, we aim to serve as an endurance resource providing inviting and clean locations for all their customers as well as share news, videos, educational segments and numerous FAQ’s that might help you and your business.

United States of America

The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance and culture center, and capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is known for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles’ Hollywood is famed for filmmaking. Our training and sales company is distributing environmentally sensitive cleaning products and the education on how to use them across the U.S.A.

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Please feel free to connect with us to learn more and consider visiting some of our Sensitive Cleaning Solutions FAQs… or drop in and say hi if you are near by.

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Listeria monocytogenes? What is it and How do you minimize the threat?2022-02-11T12:18:42-05:00

Listeria monocytogenes? What is it and how do you minimize the threat? A ProfitMax Chemical Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions FAQ.

Kind of sounds like a horror movie? Still, this is a bacteria that can be a little scary.

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Listeria monocytogenes? What is it and how do you minimize the threat?

Two kinds of bacteria present in the food industry are Staphylococcus aureus or staph, a type of bacteria found on people’s skin and Escherichia coli or E. coli. Both are usually harmless, but they can cause serious infection outbreaks  if not managed properly.

The big boy concern for the food industry is Listeria monocytogenes or just plain Listeria which has been known to continue to grow or replicate and survive at 32 degrees on softer foods like leafy greens, soft cheeses, meats and the like across any grocery store or facility unsanitized tools or food preparation surfaces.

Infection
The listeria infection from Listeria monocytogenes also called Listeriosis is a serious, but preventable and treatable disease.

“Listeria infection is a foodborne bacterial illness that can be very serious for pregnant women, people older than 65 and people with weakened immune systems. It’s most commonly caused by eating improperly processed deli meats and unpasteurized milk products.”

A wide, wide Range

There are a range of symptoms for listeriosis.
“Depending on the severity of the illness, symptoms may last from days to several weeks. Mild symptoms may include a fever, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. If the more severe form of listeriosis develops, symptoms may include headache, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions. For the very young, the elderly, and the immune-compromised listeriosis can result in death.” – FDA

It doesn’t even need Oxygen
It is a facultative anaerobic bacterium, capable of surviving in the presence or absence of oxygen

So when it comes to Listeria monocytogenes? How do you minimize the threat?

Sentinel is the solid, no rinse sanitizer manufactured and patented by Sunburst Chemicals as an effective preventative against staph, E-coli and Listeria. As such, finishing the cleaning process by sanitizing with Sentinel sanitizer from Sunburst after washing and rinsing food prep tools and surfaces minimizes the threat of these organisms.

A ProfitMax Chemical FAQ. Do you have a question about Dishwasher Training? Feel free to have a look at the ProfitMax Chemical Frequently Asked Questions page for Do you really need to train a dishwasher?

The ProfitMax Chemical Podcast is available on most sites and apps where you may listen to podcasts as well as on Audible too. What is ProfitMax Chemical? We call it an Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions Company based just south of Abilene, Texas.

What are Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions? We define them as Cleaning solutions that are environmentally sensitive consider the entire process of manufacturing practices and packaging materials, marketing, shipping, and transportation and even relating to the end year reports as to the bottom line of a company’s productivity. Environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions further accounts for water consumption and the impact on people.
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Why is the shrimp in the sanitizer sink?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

Why is the shrimp in the sanitizer sink? A ProfitMax Chemical FAQ

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Why is the shrimp in the sanitizer sink?

The shrimp might say, “Thawing out!” Not only the shrimp might be thawing, but beef, chicken or whatever else is thawing might be in there. What about pouring gravy or leftover whatever juice in the pan down the sanitizer drain because the other two sinks are full of water. Perhaps the perception is that there is no harm in it! Or is there!

The sanitizer sink of a three compartment sink is the sink that location members, food safety personnel and various health departments check to be certain that the quaternary sanitizer level is between 200 or 400 parts per million (ppm) in the water after a pan, dish or utensil item has been washed with detergent and rinsed in the RINSE sink.

At times, the sanitizer sink may get rinsed out after a thawing of meat or vegetables; however, when the sanitizer level is tested with the quaternary sanitizer test strips, the reading may not occur because the leftover protein film from the thawing may be left on the surface of the sink, neutralizing the sanitizer level in the water that was discharged into the sink.

Keep the food out.

So, what are environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions that could help here? Well, to resolve the issue, the sink would need to be emptied, both sink and drain stopper, scrubbed with soap and water, rinsed and then the sink refilled with quaternary sanitizer water mixture ( like Sentinel from Sunburst) before checking the sanitizer ppm again.

The other two sinks (WASH and RINSE) of the three compartment sinks are preferable (most preferred is a separate food thawing sink), in which to thaw food. Consider the SANITIZER sink as a sacred, untouchable sink, always ready to receive washed and rinsed items into the sanitizer mixture after proper checks with quaternary test strips.

That way, the sink will be always ready perform its duty when called on.

Learn more on on the ProfitMax Chemical Podcast  as well as some of the other FAQ pages including a recent post about Listeria Monocytogenes, what they are and how to deal with them and an answer to the question that many in food service have asked regarding, Do you really need to train a dishwasher?

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What are environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

What are environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions? A ProfitMax Chemical Frequently Asked question out of Taylor County Texas. Listen to more about these concepts on the ProfitMax Chemical Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Podcast

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What are environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions?

Cleaning solutions that are environmentally sensitive cleaning ones consider the entire process of manufacturing practices and packaging materials, marketing, shipping, and transportation and even relating to the end year reports as to the bottom line of a company’s productivity. Environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions further accounts for water consumption and the impact on people.

What are other related questions?

For many, cleaning can be confusing, expensive, and even dangerous at times. Such questions arise as…
  • Do I go completely green with my clean and should I use chemicals at all?
  • Are those chemical cleaners safe for my employees and customers?
  • Can I combine products for a greater result and how diluted should they be?
  • How hot does the water really need to be?
  • What are the effects on my skin, my eyes and my nose?
  • Do I need to open windows and do I need wear gloves?
  • And what is fact and what is opinion surrounding chemicals and cleaning?
ProfitMax Chemical’s qualitative and quantitative Proof of Process centers around educating, selling and training on the products and the individualized applications.
Our Proof of Process takes into account:
  • Cost elements
  • Product specifications
  • Understanding the products
  • The time it takes to clean
  • Amount of product required to clean.
  • Employee Training modules
  • Management Education and Support.
  • Environmental Impact

    Asking the questions of those looking to help you with the products that best suit you and suit your requirements can help to ensure you are working with the right people. Take the time to vet and find the answers that suit you. Many practice a yell, tell, sell. However, when you look for the information, intelligence and proof, you may find the answers that can serve you the most.

This is a ProfitMax Chemical Frequently Asked question. More found on the FAQ page as well as addressed in the Podcats.

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What is ProfitMax Chemical?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

What is ProfitMax Chemical? A ProfitMax Chemical Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions FAQ.

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What is ProfitMax Chemical?

A training and sales company distributing environmentally sensitive cleaning products and the education on how to use them. Our stewarding process offers cleaning and sanitizing solutions individualized for each business.

With every client and every location, we  aim to serve as an endurance resource providing inviting and clean locations for all their customers. As a 20 year established company of training, educating and sales in the cleaning industry, ProfitMax Chemical offers an ongoing array of environmentally sensitive products and services. For most, cleaning is a part of everyday life at home and in business.

What are Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions? Part of that answer is a qualitative and quantitative Proof of Process.

When it comes to cleaning and sanitizing solutions, ProfitMax Chemical’s qualitative and quantitative Proof of Process centers around educating, selling and training on the products and the individualized applications.

Our Proof of Process takes into account:

  • Cost elements
  • Product specifications
  • Understanding the products
  • The time it takes to clean
  • Amount of product required to clean.
  • Employee Training modules
  • Management Education and Support.
  • Environmental Impact
ProfitMax Chemical is providing environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions. We are here for clients and friends on phone and on zoom as well as sharing news, videos, educational segments and numerous FAQ’s that might help you and your business. 

Promoting clean, inviting locations that can be sustained and maintained in a simple and time effective manner.

From training and educating to the continued relationships and personalized products, ProfitMax Chemical aims to serve every client and connection as an endurance resource.

Please feel free to connect with us to learn more and consider visiting some of our Sensitive Cleaning Solutions FAQs.

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Why do bacteria cleaners take longer?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

Why do bacteria cleaners take longer? One of the ProfitMax Chemical Cleaning Solutions Questions from the PMChem FAQs
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Why do bacteria cleaners take longer?

It can be said that bacteria-based cleaners can take longer compared with regular cleaning chemicals when its due to the amount of soil type needing to be removed and the surface type needing to be cleaned.

Bacteria-based cleaners are considered new or innovative additions to the cleaning world.
Primary factors effecting the cleaning cycle include:
time,
temperature,
soil-types,
and the amount of soil to be removed.

And we note, not all bacterias are good or cleaners. We discuss Listeria or Listeria monocytogenes in this FAQ. Not a cleaner at all.

Depending on these factors, bacteria-based innovative methods can prove to be quicker initially, cheaper, and more thorough than more commonly used staple cleaning products. In effect, bacteria-based products can continue to clean long after the cleaning is done and thus do take longer as they continue to clean.

Chemical-based cleaning products are often mass-produced resulting in the emission of harmful gases and are non-renewable as they are manufactured from chemicals.

For chemical-based cleaning products classified as hazardous, care should be taken to avoid unnecessary consequences on the environment, humans, pets and even the useful microbes.
Since it is the bacteria that remains on surfaces awaiting reactivation by water and agitation, these Sunburst bacteria-based products continue to work effectively to remove stubborn stains or soils on various deeper and more porous surfaces; like for example, a concrete surface with deep rooted pores.

Considerations and debates such as these…

seem to suggest that bacteria-based cleaners provide more environmentally sensitive cleaning options while appearing to be slower to clean. In the long run however, bacteria-based cleaners can be more thorough as the bacteria left behind continues to clean, help reduce odors and decompose deeper rooted soils. However, these are not neutral cleaners. Here you can learn what is a neutral cleaner and how they work.
Nature has given us tools that work naturally to clean and sanitize the earth. – Brian Bluhm – CEO and Founder of ProfitMax Chemical.

For more of an in depth article, feel free to visit the ProfitMax Chemical Blog titled Bacteria-Based cleaners work naturally. 

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An Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions Company in Texas.
And the above is a cleaning solutions question from the PMChem FAQs.

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What is Protein Residue?2022-02-17T11:20:20-05:00

What is Protein Residue? A ProfitMax Chemical FAQ regarding the build up found on sinks. For quick consideration, Protein films require alkaline cleaners.

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Protein residue is a film or build up found on sinks and other surfaces.

It negatively effects proper sanitizing checks and promotes unsanitary surfaces used for food prep and cleaning.
There at least seven major kinds of soil that need attention in cleaning. Of the seven soils of primary concern regard proteins and biofilms. In the food industry, proteins are by far the most difficult soils to remove. Food proteins range from more simple proteins, which are easy to remove, to more complex proteins, which are very difficult to remove. Heat-denatured proteins can be extremely difficult.

Generally, a highly alkaline detergent with dissolving properties is required to remove protein soils. Wetting agents can also be used to increase the wetability and suspendability of proteins. Protein films require alkaline cleaners that have hypochlorite in addition to wetting agents.

Under certain conditions, microorganisms (bacteria, yeasts, and molds) can form invisible films (biofilms) on surfaces. These types of biofilms can be difficult to remove and usually require cleaners as well as sanitizers with strong oxidizing properties.

Ultimately, protein residue and biofilm that is left on sinks and other surfaces negatively effects proper sanitizing checks and promotes unsanitary surfaces used for food prep and cleaning. And on the sink topics, consider reviewing this FAQ that asks Do you really need to train a dishwasher? or Why is the shrimp in the sanitizer sink?

As these two types of soils are the main types faced in food production, proper cleaning steps must be followed to stay on top of the proteins and biofilms on a consistent basis to provide clean production areas for food preparation. Properly applied basic steps to cleaning with consistency contributes to healthy food for human consumption. To ignore the steps without a consistent cleaning program utilizing especially formulated chemicals such as manufactured by Sunburst Chemicals, is to contribute to food that is not being prepared on food safe surfaces. Unwelcome situations arise when proper cleaning and sanitizing are inconsistently delivered.

Though the proteins and biofilms are ever present in the part of food prep, truly these two soils are managed most effectively when a proper, preventive cleaning program is implemented in a consistent manner throughout food production areas. These production environments deserve sensitive cleaning solutions to all preparation areas to prevent any negative effects from occurring to all preparers and consumers alike.
For instance, best practices involve cleaning sinks or surfaces in production areas between different food preps to avoid protein residue. Changes in food being prepared means cleaning in between as well.

For more FAQ’s covering topics like Why do bacteria cleaners take longer and answers regarding time and chemistry mechanical actions, please see those pages.

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So, consider, In most cases, Protein Residue or protein films require alkaline cleaners

 

 

Time Chemistry and Mechanical Action in cleaning?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

Time Chemistry and Mechanical Action in cleaning? What? An Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning FAQ from ProfitMax Chemical serving Abilene, Texas and beyond.

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Time Chemistry and Mechanical Action in cleaning?

Is that all? I mean, is there another factor to consider?

The initial three mentioned are: “Chemistry”-how much and what kind of chemistry is needed to clean a soil; “Time”-how long does the chemistry need to stay or dwell on the soil; “Mechanical Action”-what kind of tool and/or “elbow grease” is needed to clean a certain soil type.

To go along with these three, there is one thing missing: “Temperature”. This regards the proper temperature for cleaning soil types.

So, think of cleaning as being a pie,

(a cherry pie stain might create a novel stain on a dress shirt…). But, no, think of the overall process of cleaning as a four-piece pie. Think as well as the pie shape as being round but containing only the four pieces that can be adjusted to the size needed.

In past times, the biggest piece of the cleaning pie was mechanical action, or elbow grease usually involving scrub brushes. Next, was the choice of chemistry or chemical (typically soap made from animal or some other fats) in the cleaning process. Hot water was the third consideration in the older scenario as it was always used in cleaning followed last by time.

Time Chemistry and Mechanical Action… over time…

As time has progressed down through the decades, soap has changed to detergent, or man-made chemistry which has allowed for adjustments in the cleaning wheel. Detergents have created more efficient ways to utilize the cleaning wheel in addressing different soil substances to be cleaned. Because of the detergent changes, the amount of water is valued more, the energy needed to heat the water is valued more along with the consideration of the types of surfaces and fabrics that have been manufactured over the years that need to be cleaned.

The earlier cleaning wheel might have been considered a hammer to clean everything, whereas today’s cleaning wheel of constant adjustment is more comparable to a jeweler using small instruments to clean a watch. Although cleaning may be thought of as just cleaning, learning how the cleaning wheel works certainly has advantages when considering the soil that needs to be cleaned. 

Earlier, a cherry pie was mentioned that might make a unique stain considering the red juice or consider dropping ketchup off a French fry on the front of a shirt. Well warm water (temperature) to rinse first followed by an iron type of stain remover (chemistry). A small amount of rubbing the cloth together (mechanical action) while taking the time to ensure complete removal before placing it in the laundry for final cleaning.

in other cases, it is the type of cleaner and being sure you are using the right kind… From looking at what is a neutral cleaner and how it differs from a bacteria based cleaner to even foaming cleaners and dwell time. Consider taking the time to ensure you are using the right product, the right way for the right situation. 

In other areas.

What about applying the cleaning wheel as well as time chemistry and mechanical action to cleaning a bathroom, meat market, produce area, dish room, front sidewalk, check stands, hospital rooms, dining rooms, and receiving areas in Abilene Texas or beyond. Each area gets the adjusted cleaning wheel to clean the area. In current times, paying attention (time) to see what is being cleaned; having the proper tools (mechanical action), access to warm water (temperature) along with the proper cleaning chemicals (chemistry) completes the wheel. Following directions and procedures for applying the cleaning wheel for each area works.

Now, taking time to follow proper protocols established using the cleaning wheel is a key solution to environmentally sensitive cleaning.

An Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning FAQ From ProfitMax Chemical. What are environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions that have worked for you in the past or present? Please feel free to share with us.

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Why shouldn’t I just pull cleaning products off the shelf?2022-02-14T09:07:53-05:00

Why shouldn’t I just pull cleaning products off the shelf? A ProfitMax Chemical What are environmentally Sensitive cleaning solutions FAQ.

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Why shouldn’t I just pull cleaning products off the shelf?

The consumer cleaning goods sold in most retail outlets are not designed to operate on the scale or level of commercial or industrial facilities. Consumer goods are meant to be used by individual consumers and so lack both capacity and capability to provide sufficient hygiene in a meat market, deli, or other mass food preparation area.

Removing such products from the shelf also counts as “shrink” or loss against the store and introduces negative data points in a store’s profitability.

By contrast, a commercial chemical is designed to be used at scale and comes with comprehensive safety data and troubleshooting parameters. It is more effective to the task and in compliance with FDA and state level safety regulations. You wouldn’t use a hammer to dig a tunnel after all.

The cleaning products provided by a location’s leadership provide safety features such as a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) with directions to clean different production areas. A location’s bottom line is further affected as the product from the shelf is unavailable to sell to the public.

So consider staying off the shelves and avoiding using what is on your shelves to complete a clean that may be worlds more effective if you are using the products made for a store or business and not a home or an apartment. ProfitMax Chemical is happy to discuss, share and educate on the options that can suit your individualized needs and your specific clean.

We are also happy to help and address as well as resolve any other questions you might have here in our FAQ‘s or on the phone too.

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Foaming cleaners and dwell time. How long should I dwell or wait?2022-02-14T10:16:33-05:00

Foaming cleaners and dwell time. How long should I dwell or wait? From an Abilene Texas ProfitMax Chemical environmentally sensitive cleaning FAQ.
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Foaming cleaners and dwell time. How long should I dwell or wait?

Foaming products create more “dwell time” or a longer length of time for the chemistry to work before using mechanical action to complete the action.

Ahhh, foam! Wondrous foam! Sounds so luxurious and so…, clean!

It is true that foam, or suds for all of us sighted individuals indicates a cleaner occurrence when washing or cleaning just about anything. It is also true that letting foaming products “work” before you go to “work” with your elbow grease typically works very well when given the time to for the chemistry in the foam to act for a few minutes before scrubbing and rinsing away the different soils that are to be cleaned.

Foam does suspend both acidic and caustic chemicals beautifully, holding the chemical in place on both vertical and horizontal surfaces.

As for time, letting the foam to just begin running down or flattening out provides adequate time for the chemistry in the foam to work.

Another way to let the foam have time to work is to apply the foaming product and while it is working, pick up anything such as trash or debris and move equipment that needs to be moved out of the way before tackling the foamed area. Since those actions must be done anyway, the foam will have adequate time to have done its job during that activity. Then, the scrubbing with any tools to finish up the cleaning process will be more effective. Whether you are cleaning in Abilene Texas or beyond, it can be that much more effective and make things that much easier.

Though foam holds the chemistry to the soil longer, suds and smell of the detergent really assist in selling the product, almost any kind of detergent product can be made to foam.

It is in the dispenser where the foam is created.

A trigger spray bottle with a tip designed to create foam is a common means, but a pump-up sprayer with a foaming tip will work as well. Considering the amount of surface space when choosing a foaming cleaners dispenser as ease of dispense of a larger area will require a bigger container for the chemical product. A small space, a trigger bottle size while a large production area such as a meat cutting room might use a dispenser like Sunburst Chemical’s Master Blaster unit.

The Master Blaster creates a foam through a Venturi mechanism within the unit. The unit is manufactured to hold a solid degreaser product like Sunburst Chemical’s degreaser, Score and to hold Sunburst Chemical’s solid quat ammonium sanitizer, Sentinel on the unit. By turning two knobs to point at the product needed, the necessary foam will be created for degreasing and sanitizing that area.

Places where foam is not necessary is inside a running dish machine, washing machine, swimming pool or hot tub. That’s why products used to clean dishes or clothes have no foam or suds and their detergent is formulated to prevent suds.

The Foam, the whole foam and nothing but the foam

A caustic or alkaline chemical when combined with grease (salad dressing included) of many kinds will create wonderful foam that will keep on creating more foam or suds. In those instances where a lot of grease is present, removing as much grease as possible by wiping into the trash or grease disposal is important prior to washing.

Therefore, application and types of soil is key when determining when and where a foaming cleaner is to be used. We dig a little deeper in to the concepts of time chemistry and mechanical action in cleaning in the sensitive cleaning FAQs. This also including addressing why do bacteria cleaners take longer and how bacteria-based cleaners work naturally.

At ProfitMax Chemical, we believe foam is wonderful to work with when it is given the time to do so. When applied as directed, the dramatic effect on labor reduction is palpable. Not letting the foam do its job lengthens the physical cleaning time.

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What is a neutral cleaner? A ProfitMax Chemical Cleaning FAQ2022-05-31T13:55:41-04:00

So What is a neutral cleaner? A ProfitMax Chemical Cleaning FAQ  about types of cleaners and the topic of an upcoming ProfitMax Chemical Podcast.
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Quickly summarized when it comes to types of cleaners, a neutral cleaner is neither too acidic or too caustic. It is used primarily on waxed floors or other surfaces that are lightly soiled.

The idea that a neutral cleaner can maintain its neutrality in the face of many light soils much like Switzerland did during World War 2. Just like a country that offers only a nonaggressive participant during wartime, neutral cleaners offer just that – a detergent designed to not be aggressive when faced with a minor cleanup on aisle 9 or waiting area at an airport. And it can be used with light personal protective equipment (PPE) when something needs to be mopped up quickly.

To understand the term neutral or neutral cleaner, consider that detergent cleaners are designed to work within a pH range of 0 through 14. As most neutral cleaners are right at the 7.0 on the pH measurement, these products are not considered weak nor are they considered strong. They hover in the middle of the pH spectrum waiting again for the general spill clean up using the mop or floor scrubber.

They are considered non-hazardous so won’t hurt anyone unless there are of course allergic skin reactions.

The acidic chemicals which fall between 0 and 6.9  pH, take care of soils that are more mineral based issues as opposed to the alkaline or caustic chemicals that are designed to remove more organic grease and carbon based soils. The pH on alkaline or caustic chemicals (base) technically ranges from 7.1 to 14 pH on the pH scale.

Now, a couple of consistent neutral cleaners in the market now are Sunburst Chemical’s solid products ironically named, Neutral Cleaner and Sunburst Chemicals “designed-for-the-environment” (Dfe) product, Solid Green 78 Glass & Neutral Cleaner. Both are designed with neutrality in mind. These cleaning product is in a larger container as it is more designed for larger horizontal flat surfaces that have a finish on them.

So, using the Sunburst Chemical’s proprietary dispenser, it can be dispensed in a large floor scrubber machine for the large retail shopping areas, and it won’t hurt the finish. Summarily, the Solid Green 78 Glass & Neutral Cleaner (SG78) though packaged in a smaller container can be used for not only the floors, but also on glass, mirrors, and scanners. We are digging in to some more of this on the ProfitMax Chemical Podcast in the coming weeks.

SG78 will not have the “flash” or “sparkle” of some of the straight up glass cleaners, but it will do the job at a very economical cost.

Again, no wars are being fought in the neutral areas of our world and neutral cleaners are not any different. They will perform their task adequately and economically for that everyday general cleanup that doesn’t require aggressive action.
This also comes in to play with foam cleaners and dwell time. Taking the time to let the cleaner work so it requires less action and less work on your part.

Consider these neutral cleaners as an easier adaptable to way to take care of the everyday accidental spills.

Grabbing a chemical because it may be strong and appropriate in production areas may result in damage to the surface to be cleaned requiring more intensive restoration than just a plain mopping.

So, what is ProfitMax Chemical trying to summarize here about chemical cleaners? Understand that the neutrality of these products provides a safe, environmentally sensitive cleaning solution in the nonproductive areas of the locations where it serves.

More FAQ’s addressing questions like.. Why do bacteria cleaners take longer?  as well as explaining how time chemistry and mechanical action in cleaning are available on the site. Blogs are also on the cleaning solutions website that go into more detail about how bacteria-based cleaners work naturally as well as an array of other topics too.

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How can a drain cleaner help a business and the town it is in?2022-02-15T12:23:03-05:00

How can a drain cleaner help a business and the town it is in? An Environmentally Sensitive Drain Cleaning Solutions FAQ from PMChem.
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How can a drain cleaner help a business?

An environmentally sensitive drain cleaning solution can be defined as one that properly uses a biological based preventative drain treatment.

When used regularly and as prescribed, a biological drain treatment shows itself to be safe and effective in treating and reducing the organic load in drains.

This reduction of organic materials not only aids in maintaining smell free and clear drains on-site, but also the positive environmental impacts for the community-at-large are extended further downstream throughout the sewers, holding ponds, municipal wastewater treatment plants and landfills themselves.

Through the on-going support from happy customers, employees and positive online peer reviews, appropriately cleaned drain systems can positively effect:

  • restaurants
  • kitchens
  • supermarkets
  • hotels
  • private businesses

A reverse effect?

A reverse effect can also result when improperly cleaned drains produce unwanted smells, bugs and backup materials.

The simple smell of unwanted sewer gas and rot from an uncleaned drain can directly cause a negative effect to a business’s future revenue by producing unhappy customers who choose not to return to your establishment.  The sewer smell of a restaurant’s bathroom from an unkept drain can be enough to turn a positive dining experience into one that questions the overall cleanliness of the restaurant.

Improperly cleaned drains

They can require remedy solutions and may even produce unhappy health inspectors.  The results may include fines, closures and additional expenditures needed for the cleanup procedures in the aftermath of smelly, clogged and backed up materials.
These improperly cleaned drains can also act as an additional expense and a gateway for uninvited bugs and flies to populate.  It can be hard to keep happy customers with the presence of bugs and flies.

Proper service from an environmentally sensitive cleaning solution company that utilizes biological based cleaning products such as Biozyme may assist a business by reducing unwanted smells, clogs and the frequency of pump-outs or costly drain jetting in the middle of business. This can also allow the time chemistry and mechanical action elements to be reduced to save time, effort and money.

In turn, serving to help the business and the town. So, when asked… Can a drain cleaner help a business? We believe the answer is yes.

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Do you really need to train a dishwasher?2022-02-11T12:18:43-05:00

Do you really need to train a dishwasher? A ProfitMax Chemical FAQ with a little bit of a football theme.
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A dishwasher provides an essential element for a restaurant as they provide clean dishes for patrons to eat from. Knowing how to properly scrap dish “wares”, load racks, check sanitizer levels and finally store clean wares properly provides the base for a clean, inviting plate of food.

Coming off the latest NFL conference championship playoff games, both the AFC and NFC championship games proved to be exciting and an educational exhibition of training to perform at the highest levels.  Both games came down to the final buzzer with the winner being announced as not only the best performer but also the team with the fewest mistakes at the most inopportune times while on the field of play.

Good training?

In all three phases of the football game, it was the AFC champion, Cincinnati Bengals who proved the most consistent in their win over the Kansas City Chiefs.  Over in the NFC championship game, it was the Los Angeles Rams who overcame the San Francisco 49ers by making the fewest mistakes under pressure to secure their place in playing the Bengals in the upcoming Super Bowl on February 13th.

All 32 teams comprising the National Football League began last spring with the expectation of being their best for the chance to go to the Super Bowl.  Only two teams made it to the end. Every facet and training exercise of each organization contributed to the opportunity to play in this year’s ultimate prize game.  From the highest paid to the least paid team member, one team will ultimately be crowned as the best and most overall prepared team. So in asking if you need to train on the field for football, how about do you really need to train a dishwasher in the food service industry?

And… in the food service world.

In the food service world, as in the football world, all parts of the organization strive to work more proficiently together as each member of the team continues to learn, understand, and then perform with improved speed, competence, and performance in both the routine and when under pressure. In food service, this is especially true of the one operating the dish machine.

Although most of the work is performed behind the scenes, there is a time to shine.

Referred to as the dish or ware washer, this individual provides an essential element for a restaurant or other food service area as they provide clean dishes for patrons to eat from. Knowing how to properly scrape dish “wares”, load dish racks, check sanitizer levels on the dish machine and finally store clean dishes or wares properly provides the basis for a clean, inviting plate of food.

So, do you really need to train a dish washer? If the dish or ware operator and their machine does not work properly at any step of the process, a crisis situation could be created effecting either preparation of food or customer presentation of food. A food service necessity for the worker, management, customer and health inspector is the essential training of the employee operating the dish machine and 3 compartment sink.

And are the sinks being used correctly?

Why is the shrimp in the sanitizer sink  and ensuring that nothing goes in that sink. This comes in to play and may be part of the dishwashers responsibility to look out for. Not just the machines and the dishes but also the sinks being used for the right reasons.

Educational instructions and proper training in governmental cleaning and sanitizing guidelines are needed for scraping all soiled plates and utensils, soaking of the wares, rinsing off the dishes or wares, confirming that all surfaces are clear of soil, and in the proper facing and correct positioning while loading the racks for sending them through the dish machine itself.

While the dish machine may be considered by some as a machine that washes off soil from dishes…

in all actuality, the dish machine is a sanitizing unit.

In commercial dish washing…

sanitization is a final and all important washing step prior to allowing all washed items to air dry.  Once air drying is complete, the properly cleaned and sanitized dishes are sorted and placed on shelving ready for use. We are going further into the training of dishwashers as well as others in the ProfitMax Chemical Podcast episodes. as well as the environmentally sensitive cleaning solutions that fit right for you and your needs.

A food service establishment may not be vying for a Super Bowl, but it is the continually improving dish washing process that contributes to a winning environment of cleanliness and order that sensitively allows for each patron a touchdown experience through enjoying their food.

So, do you really need to train a dishwasher?

Well, just as the referees keep order and monitor the actions in the Super Bowl, keeping the health inspector happy by properly cleaning and sanitizing dishes helps assure a winning environment for both customers and management alike.

This is was a ProfitMax Chemical FAQ. ProfitMax Chemical is a training and sales company distributing environmentally sensitive cleaning products and the education on how to use them. Our stewarding process offers cleaning and sanitizing solutions individualized for each business. ProfitMax Chemical aims to serve as an endurance resource providing inviting and clean locations for all their customers.

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Why is the training and communication so important with cleaning?2022-03-02T14:21:26-05:00

Why is the training and communication so important with cleaning?

Why is the training and communication so important with cleaning?

Good training is required to fully utilize a cleaning regime while communication is required to pass this knowledge from one “generation” of users to the next.

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“Cleaning that is environmentally sensitive is a continual process of discovery and implementation of solutions.”

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Why is the training and communication so important with cleaning?