COFFEE EQUIPMENT CLEANING POWDER
Eliminate coffee residue and oils from espresso machine groupheads, valves and lines.
Keep screens and filters clear for even extraction.
Remove coffee stains from batch brewer filter baskets and servers.
Make a soaking solution to clean other equipment, parts and accessories.
Made from all natural, biodegradable ingredients.
Contains no phosphates.
500 g jar (18.5 oz).
Backflushing: 3 g per grouphead.
Batch Brewers: 3 g per 2 liters of brewer capacity.
Soaking parts: 6 g per liter of water.
Step 1: Insert blind filter and add up to 1/2 teaspoon (3 g) of Biocaf Coffee Equipment Cleaning Powder. Insert portafilter into grouphead.
Step 2: Activate brew cycle for 10 seconds. Stop 10 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Step 3: Remove portafilter. Activate brew cycle and rinse portafilter in stream of water from grouphead. Stop cycle.
Step 4: To clear grouphead of remaining cleaner, activate brew cycle for 10 seconds without any cleaner. Stop 10 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Step 5: Make and discard a shot of espresso.
Batch Brewers and Servers
Step 1: Empty coffee from equipment and place 3 g (1/2 tsp) of Biocaf Coffee Equipment Cleaning Powder per 2 L (64 oz) of brewer capacity directly into brew basket.
Step 2: Run a full brew cycle into each vessel. Hold for 30 minutes.
Step 3: Rinse with clean hot water.
Soaking Parts and Accessories
Step 1: Create a soaking solution using 6 g of powder for every liter of hot water.
Step 2: Place dirty part in the cleaning solution. If soaking a portafilter, do not submerge the handle.
Step 3: Allow the part to soak for 30 minutes.
Step 4: Remove the part and rinse with fresh water.
Sodium Bicarbonate: Also called baking soda, sodium biocarbonate helps dough rise in cookies and bread. In our application, it assists in delivering oxygen bubbles to the surface of your coffee machine.
Sodium Carbonate: Often used in toothpaste and baking German pretzels, this naturally occurring salt is found in the hills of Wyoming and can be derived from seaweed. It is a great cleaning agent that changes the pH.
Sodium Gluconate: Used in dairy products and diet foods, this ingredient helps break down and rinse away soils. It's produced by fermentation of glucose (sugars).
Sodium Citrate: Derived from corn sugar via fermentation, this salt regulates acidity in the cleaning product. It can also be found on the ingredient list of some of your favorite energy drinks.
Sodium Percarbonate: This is a key ingredient used in toothpaste for its oxygen based bleaching abilities.
Sodium Coco-Sulfate: A terrific foaming agent and surfactant produced from coconut oils, as the name suggests.
Alkyl Polyglycosides: This ingredient is produced from the combination of alcohols and glucose. These sugars are derived from coconut, palm, and corn oil. This is a 100% renewable surfactant that would otherwise need to be produced from petroleum products.