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Beer Line Cleaner - Benefit Chlorinated (208L)

Original price $1,499.99 - Original price $1,499.99
Original price
$1,499.99 - $1,499.99
Current price $1,499.99

Benefit - Phosphate Free Liquid Chlorinated Cleaner

Benefit is a heavy duty, liquid chlorinated cleaner designed for circulation, pressure spray and foam cleaning of dairy, meat and food processing equipment.


  • Removes protein films
  • Good hard water control, free-rinsing, leaves no hard water films


  • Minimizes acid cleaning cycles in most clean-in-place (CIP) operations
  • Low concentrations can be used to obtain excellent cleaning results


  • Can be fed and controlled automatically in CIP systems

Low Foaming

  • Low foaming, improves rinsing, prevents pump cavitation and ensures full pipeline circuits


  • Reduces phosphorus in effluent 
  • Acceptable for use in areas that restrict phosphates

Use Instructions

CIP and Spray Cleaning: Cold process pipelines, tanks, bulk tanks and product lines.

  1. Rinse equipment immediately after use.
  2. Circulate solution using 1.6–8 mL/L (0.33–1 U.S. fl. oz./U.S. gal.) at 60–66˚C (140–150˚F) for 15–20 minutes.
  3. Rinse with potable water.
  4. Sanitize with the appropriate Diversey sanitizer.

High Temperature Short Time (HTST) Circulation Cleaning:

NOTE: Check gasket condition first, changing procedures can destroy old, poor condition gaskets.

  1. Rinse unit immediately after use with cool water until discharge runs clear.
  2. Circulate a Diversey CIP acid as directed for 30 minutes.
  3. Rinse with warm water until all acid solution has been rinsed from unit. 
  4. Circulate solution using 8–12 mL/L (1–1.5 fl. oz./U.S. gal.) at 77–79˚C (170–175˚F) for 40–60 minutes.
  5. Rinse with cool water until all Benefit solution has been rinsed out of unit and unit has cooled down.
  6. Acid rinse using 1 mL/L (0.1 fl. oz./U.S. gal.) of a Diversey acid cleaner.
  7. Sanitize unit just before production with the appropriate Diversey sanitizer.

For Canadian Use Only:

Egg Washing

  1. Use 2 mL–12 mL/L of water (0.33–2 U.S. fl. oz. / U.S. gal.) to maintain a pH of 10.5 at temperatures between 40–50°C (100–120°F).
  2. Eggs destined for human consumption should be rinsed thoroughly with potable water after use of this product.