Our machine warewashing solutions feature economical formulas that increase food safety and impress guests.
Non-fuming, lime scale and rust remover for use in the descaling of dishmachines and to remove build up on stainless steel.
Heavy-duty automatic detergent designed for spotless cleaning of glassware in undercounter dishmachines.
Concentrated, chlorinated dishmachine detergent for high and low-temp dishmachines.
Liquid high-alkaline detergent for all types of low-temp dishmachines.
Premium, super concentrated dishmachine detergent for superior results in tough operating and water conditions.
Premium, advanced rinse additive formulated for sparkling results even in hard water.
EPA-registered, fast-acting liquid chlorine sanitizer for low-temp dishmachines.
Compact detergent that is uniquely formulated to penetrate and strip away stubborn food soils while special metal-protecting agents prevent damage to aluminum and other soft metals. Phosphorus-free.
Uniquely formulated, concentrated rinse additive for use in water with high mineral content.
Heavy-duty, solid, machine dishwashing detergent effectively removes stains and stubborn food soils with ease ensuring your customers leave with a lasting positive impression.
What is Concentrated Sanitizing Rinse?
Concentrated Sanitizing Rinse (CSR) is an EPA-registered sanitizer that utilizes Peroxyoctanoic Acid (POOA) rather than chlorine, iodine or quat to sanitize ware while providing the benefits of a rinse aid, such as faster drying and better sheeting.
What organisms is CSR effective against?
Per EPA registration #1677-244 Concentrated Sanitizing Rinse is effective against Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538) and Escherichia coli (ATCC 11229).
How does Concentrated Sanitizing Rinse work?
The mode of action of peracids is by oxidation of cell membranes and penetration into cell structures of algae, bacteria and fungi. More specifically, peracids form free hydroxyl radicals (OH), which oxidize and disrupt thiol groups in proteins and enzymes.
Where can CSR be used?
CSR must be used on NSF-certified, chemical-sanitizing, Monogram Clean Force dishmachines only. This includes the PA-1, PA-2, ULT, and Omega 5E.
Why can’t CSR be used on other non-leased dishmachines?
We have not partnered with OEM’s to certify machines with NSF for non-Monogram Clean Force lease machines. It also represents a smaller market opportunity for low temp, dump and fill machines.
Can Chlorine-based sanitizer be added to a dishmachine that is using CSR?
No. Chlorine is not compatible with CSR.
At what concentration should CSR be used?
Use instructions are provided on the product label. The chemistry is registered as effective between 8 and 42 ppm of POOA.
What temperature is required for sanitizing with CSR?
A minimum temperature of 120 degrees F is required per the EPA master label and NSF machine data plate. This is the same NSF data plate requirement for machines using chlorine-based sanitizers.
What is the pH of CSR?
In concentrate, the product has a pH of 2.2 - 3.7, however at use dilution, pH of 5 - 7, depending on dosage.
What PPE is required?
Chemical Splash Goggles and Chemical Resistant Gloves and Service Coat
How do I verify proper product concentration?
Testing procedures are found on the Monogram Clean Force supplied wall chart as well as the POOA test strip vial.
Can I use my chlorine test strips to test for POOA?
No, POOA test strips must be used; any other test strips will give you an invalid reading.
How do I get test strips?
Test strips are available through your Monogram Clean Force associate.
What happens if I test over 95 degrees F?
The color response on the strip will indicate a false low and will not properly match the color tones on the chart.