Solo, single-cycle acid detergent

October 7, 2008 07:00 PM
 
A&L Laboratories introduces Solo, a single-cycle clean-in-place acid detergent for milking systems.
            By shortening the cleaning process, Solo allows producers to save time, and reduce energy, water and chemical use. "Solo's shortened cleaning cycle reduces parlor downtime, which allows producers to expand their herds, run more cows through existing parlors, and improve profits,” says Roger Beers, president and CEO of A&L Laboratories.
For parlor and pipeline cleaning, Solo replaces multiple detergents and the need for an acidified rinse or acid wash. In addition, there is no harsh chlorine in Solo, helping reduce equipment wear and replacement costs. For more information, go to www.AandL-Labs.com

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