Use CalClean for fast and thorough cleaning of evaporator coils, heating coils, window units, air-cooled condensers and permanent air filters.

CalClean is a formulation of liquid detergents which contain a perfect balance of surfactants, grease solvents, alkaline cleaners, corrosion inhibitors and water conditioners.

Greasy dirt and dust in the air collect on air-conditioner and refrigeration heat exchange units and clog permanent filters.

If finned heating or cooling coils are left uncleaned, heat exchange is cut down, compressors have to work much harder, costs go up and often valuable equipment breaks down when it is needed most.

Clogged and dirty filters cut down air flow and do not filter air, allowing dirt to contaminate rooms and stain walls around air ducts.

Regular cleaning with CalClean protects equipment and helps it to operate at peak efficiency.

Special Features
  • Quickly dissolves the most stubborn soil residues, greases and dirt by chemical action, not just by floating them away.
  • Does not require rinsing where there is sufficient condensate being pulled from the air. The cleaning solution may be left on the evaporator coil without rinsing.
  • Will not corrode or tarnish aluminum or other metals.
  • Cleans without metal loss.
  • Nonflammable.
  • Can be mixed with water.
  • Biodegradable.
  • Has been authorized by the U.S.D.A. for use in federally inspected meat and poultry establishments.

    Use CalClean for maximum cleaning Evaporator coils. The build-up of greasy dirt on air-conditioning or refrigeration cooling coils and on air-cooled condensers makes the units work harder. Impeded air flow and poor heat transfer can put a severe strain on both the equipment and the pocket-book. This dirt is often drawn from the cooling (or heating) coils into the air-stream and subsequently into the critical areas where it covers everything with a layer of dust.
    CalClean removes the dirt and greasy film that coats evaporator coils and filters. The air-conditioning or refrigeration equipment operates more efficiently when the equipment is clean. The cooled air is cleaner, too. Where there is sufficient humidity in the air, CalClean may be applied to an evaporator coil without rinsing, diluted 10 parts water to 1 part CalClean, as the condensate will provide rinsing.
    Permanent air filters. Clean up filters faster and easier with CalClean.
    Air-cooled condensers. Use CalClean to keep air-cooled coils at their designed efficiency.
    Heating coils. Finned heating coils of heaters coated with dirt cut down on heat transfer. Using CalClean is the easy, low-cost way to clean finned coils; gives maximum heat transfer for your fuel dollar.
    Window units. Dirty window units are easily cleaned without damage to paint. Note: Wrap fan motor with plastic sheet before spraying with CalClean solution.

    Best results are obtained when with the Nu-Calgon line of sprayers. CalClean is a concentrated detergent designed to be diluted with up to ten parts of water. Excellent results are obtained on heavily soiled coils or filters if the CalClean is mixed with four parts of water and sprayed on both sides of coil or filter. Permit the detergent solution to remain in contact with the dirty surfaces for about 5 minutes, then flush off with water from a hose (with as high a pressure as possible).
    To remove dirt and grease from diesel engines and heavy machinery, mix 1 part of CalClean with 2 parts of water. Solution can be flushed from equipment with water.
    When cleaning permanent filters or other greasy parts in a tub, use 1 ounce of CalClean for each gallon of water. Allow to soak for 15 minutes and then flush, preferably with water from a high-pressure hose.
    CalClean can also be used effectively in many other instances where there is a build-up of grease or other heavy soil. Use it at a ratio of 1-2 ounces per gallon of water.
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