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Non Toxic to Humans & Animals: Your Alternative to Acids

Posted by Barry Greenberg on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 @ 14:08 PM

"F-2002" - A safe replacement for acids & caustics

Acid-based cleaners have always been associated with industrial-strength cleaning solutions. There was the belief that the more caustic the cleansing agent, the greater its cleaning capability. But handling acidic & caustic agents, has often injured members of maintenance and a janitorial crews. Moreover, the safe storage of acids requires the allocation of chemical safety cabinets and absorbents, in case of spillage. In most settings, this has proved to be impractical and unsafe.

The development of an acid replacement cleaner that is non toxic to humans & animals is therefore a better solution for the forward-thinking manager. There are no fumes, no corrosive properties and no toxicity. The tech sheet reveals that this type of cleaner is completely biodegradable, which is of great interest for a company that is in the process of going green. At the same time, an acid replacement cleaner often has an equal performance, when compared to their now-outdated acid-laden counterparts. In effect, some modern cleaners actually perform better than the old-fashioned types!

Because of the safety of our "F-2002", an organic salt, it is now also useful for a much wider variety of cleaning tasks. While it was previously questionable to use any cleaner with hydrochloric or hydrofluoric acid contained in the formula, on many ceramic, fiberglass and porcelain surfaces, "F-2002", the acid replacement version, takes on dirt, grime and rust like other products which contain dangerous acids – even on these materials.

Tests have shown that the replacement formula makes quick work of hard water scale, rust, uratic salts, mold and lime as well as grease, hard water spots and scuff marks. In short, this formula is so versatile that it might just replace a host of other cleaners that you would normally stock in an already crowded custodial closet. Useful for cleaning urinals and toilets, tubs, air conditioning coils and vending machines – among other uses – makes this a cleaner that is perfect for schools, hospitals and all types of industrial settings.

We are certain that you have more questions about this revolutionary product – even though seeing truly is believing. Contact us today to order your acid replacement cleaner, discuss the technical specifications of the solution or to inquire about our other products that are safe to use and store in all settings.

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F-2002 Safely Dissolves Uratic Salts In Urinals, Without Harmful Fumes

Posted by Barry Greenberg on Thu, Jul 10, 2014 @ 14:07 PM

F-2002 Safely Dissolves Uratic Salts In Urinals, Without Harmful Fumes

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Nobody enjoys dealing with problems related to industrial bathrooms. The smell of the urinals is often overpowering, and the chemicals prescribed to clean them are generally harsh, toxic, and underwhelming in their ability to get the job done. All to often, multiple products are required to tackle the different kinds of encrusted buildup, and the mixing of these products causes harmful fumes, that is apparent with many industrial cleaners.



F-2002, an Acid Replacement Cleaner Does the Job Of Multiple Cleaners

Most maintenance personnel currently use various products to tackle uratic salts (uric salts), that encrust urinals and cause blockages. Mold and mildew, that get in grout and other bathroom fixtures, as well as rust stains, also heighten the concern.  All of these chemicals are typically corrosive and produce harmful fumes, that can be unhealthy for workers. F-2002 safely and effectively accomplishes all of these jobs and more. This makes F-2002 a cost effective option, with the added benefits for workers health.


F-2002 Is Non-Toxic, An Acid Replacement Cleaner

F-2002 safely dissolves uratic salts in urinals with a non-toxic and biodegradable formula. This descaler effectively tackles large accumulations of odorous uratic salt buildup, safely without the corrosive properties. It works effectively on all bathroom cleaning jobs including difficult soap scum and various stains, including rust, without emitting vapors. F-2002 is also a great cleaning agent in food service environments, because of its non-toxic formula. It is safe to use on stainless steel equipment, tile floors, walls, and grouting in commercial kitchens.


Opens Blocked Urinals...




A non corrosive acid replacement cleaner for numerous surfaces.

Additionally, F-2002's application as a floor cleaner/degreaser, on ceramic or quarry tile will increase the slip resistance factor.

If you would like more information on using this non-toxic alternative, for your industrial/commercial  applications, please contact us today.


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Dissolve Uratic Salts & Hard Water Stains, in Urinals

Posted by Barry Greenberg on Fri, Jun 27, 2014 @ 20:06 PM

Uratic Salts Remover

If you think back to your school days, you might remember that a trip to the Men’s Room could be less than pleasant.  Maybe you wondered, “Where is that smell coming from?”  Chances are, it was coming from the urinals.

The problem of urinal odors doesn’t stop in school districts.  Many hospitals, industrial plants and commercial buildings have been faced with this same problem, and have found it difficult to find an adequate solution.  The problem is compounded by the fact that it’s not always easy to identify the source of the odor—this is especially the case in large buildings where voids connect several floors and odors coming from one floor may surface on a different floor. 

What causes the problem of urinal odor, and how can it be eradicated? Here are some of the chief causes of urinal odors:

  1. Urinals are not properly cleaned:  in some cases, the simple answer is wrong chemistry: lack of an effective cleaning agent, one which dissolves uratic salts, is being used.  If you see brown stains (rust) under the urinal bowl and around the traps, a probable  cause is ineffective cleaning.
  2. Flush water is inadequate:  urinals that use water (as opposed to waterless urinals) require a sufficient water flow to operate efficiently.  In some systems, several urinals derive water from a single cistern—those which are farthest from the cistern don’t receive enough water.  One solution is the use of a sensor flush controller, which automatically flush the urinal, after the urinal is used, and every few hours when the urinal hasn’t been used.
  3. Broken pipes: copper pipes in particular tend to break over time, and odor in those pipes ends up in the restroom.  Typically, this can be repaired by installing new pipes.  However, if the break has caused urine to seep into the panels or grouting, replacing the pipes won’t fix the problem. In this situation, areas which have been exposed to urine will need to be thoroughly cleaned or replaced.
  4. Malfunctioning valves:  some urinals are fitted with one-way valves that prevent water from being sucked out of the traps when a urinal is flushed.  In those which aren't, the water seal can break and odors in the pipes will leak into the washroom.
  5. High traffic:  you might notice odors at times of the day when many people are using the washroom—for example, during the lunch hour or over coffee breaks.  This is probably not a problem with the urinals, but due to urine particles spraying into the air.
  6. Temperature:  bacteria tend to multiply in warmer temperatures.  If a washroom is excessively warm, bacteria can grow and odors result.

Your best solution to prevent urinal problems, which result in odors, is to use a cleaning product which effectively dissolves uratic salts.  "F-2002" is such a product—powerful, because it uses an organic salt, but mild like liquid dish soap, and environmentally safe. 

To learn more about using F-2002 to safely dissolve uratic salts in urinalscontact us today.

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F-2002 Concentrate Acid Replacement Cleaner - Removes Uratic Salts

Posted by Barry Greenberg on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 @ 18:09 PM


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F-2002 is a safe, high performance-biodegradable, non-caustic, non-acid, non-corrosive, multi-functional cleaner, for industrial, municipal and institutional facilities. It removes calcium (tough water scale), soap scum, rust stains, lime mold & mildew. Yet, unlike other products that create dangerous acidic vapors, F-2002 has no harsh fumes, and it is safe to the user and the surfaces being cleaned.

In conventional cleaning, two or more products are typically used: one to remove stains like rust and calcium, another to remove soap scum, mold & mildew. F2002 effectively handles both in one operation.

Multiple Area of Application:

Bathrooms/Restrooms: Cleaning Sinks, Toilets, Tile, Faucets, Ceramic Tile & Grouting

Kitchens & Food Service: Tile Floors, Walls, Grouting & Stainless Steel Equipment

Ridding facilities of dangerous acids and their fumes is very desirable to chief engineers and executive housekeepers.





uratic salts remover, acid replacement cleaner descalerF-2002 Effectively Cleans & Descales Urinals

         When F-2002 goes down the drain line it will Remove Heavy, Encrusted, Uratic Salt Deposits, Providing Salt-Free Urinals. Removing encrustations, will also remove malodors.

F-2002 is a 25% Concentrate, providing greater cleaning power and economy



 We can answer your technical questions regarding uratic salts removers and safe alternatives to remove scale and corrosion. Ask for Barry

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F-2002 Acid Replacement Solution - Cleans Grout Safely

Posted by Barry Greenberg on Fri, Sep 21, 2012 @ 14:09 PM


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When it comes to cleaning and sanitizing—such as rust removal, unclogging urinals, and scrubbing tiles—one major requirement to be considered is not only the effectiveness of the product, but also its safety. Most heavy-duty cleaners contain high concentrations of acid or caustics, which are considered hazardous to humans, surfaces and the environment. An acid replacement cleaner is one way to prevent chemical injury due to contact with acids and their fumes. Having an acid replacement cleaner can be just as effective as other products , while maintaining the proficiency that dissolves uratic salts, removes rust, and keeps areas sanitary.


One specific area which necessitates effective cleaning is bathrooms. Schools, public restrooms and particularly hospitals and senior care facilities require their restrooms be hygienic. However, after a regimen of inadequate cleaning procedures resulting in cross-contamination of surfaces and dirt, dust, mold etc. accumulating, a simple soap cleaner will not be adequate uphold the sanitary standard. - Rust may start building up on pipes, urinals may accumulate scum and minerals deposits, and ceramic tiles and grout surfaces may be discolored. Using a proven acid alternative cleaner such as the F-2002, from Chemex Industries, Inc. can bring about the desired result for said rust removal and ceramic tile cleaning. Since the F-2002 product has a reputation for being able to remove calcium, uratic salts, stains, and other buildup. Using it on urinals dissolves uratic salts and cleanses the toilet & urinal from accumulated deposits.


Other areas which may benefit from this safe acid replacement product are ceramic tiles. Tiles are often placed on bathroom floors, kitchen floors, and countertops. With tile surfaces, dirt and mildew can often be trapped in the grout lines. While this may not be noticeable early on, grime build up and mold odors can develop within a few months. A cleaning/degreasing solution will not be sufficient for this task. Another concern is acidic cleaners that discolor or deteriorate surfaces. Using our safe acid replacement cleaner, F-2002 will resolve that issue.


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F-2002 is a concentrate acid replacement cleaner, meaning it safely and effectively replaces hydrochloric, hydrofluoric and phosphoric acids, found in typical bowl cleaners and descalers. Containing the mildness of dish soap, F-2002 is non-toxic and non-corrosive, while having the durability and effectiveness of other heavy-duty cleaners. Instead of giving off fumes or strong odors, F-2002 has no odor. When the viscous liquid from this cleaner is used, it clings to both vertical and horizontal surfaces. This quality allows it to quickly clean, remove rust and penetrate effectively into grout lines. When using F-2002 as a urinal cleaner it will continue to dissolve uratic salts and corrosion, in your urinal drain lines, leaving behind odor-free and rust-free pipes.


This acid replacement product from Chemex is a 25% concentrate, which provides rapid effectiveness various in cleaning applications. While it may smell and appear to be mild, it possesses the aggressiveness and effectiveness of acidic cleaners. It is a safe and biodegradable product that may be used in rust removal, tile cleaning, and urinal cleansing. Any area that constantly receives hard water deposits can benefit from this acid replacement cleaner and the results it provides.

F-2002 is renown as the go to product, for uratic salts removal!




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