COFFEE MACHINE DESCALING POWDER

Overview   |   Instructions   |   Ingredients
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Product Overview

  • Remove limescale buildup on heating elements of coffee brewers, espresso machines and kettles.

  • Ensure consistent machine performance, optimal extraction, and better tasting coffee

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Features

  • Formulated entirely from plant- and mineral-based ingredients.

  • Does not contain phosphates.

  • Biocaf Descaling Powder rinses easily and is odorless.

  • 900 g jar.

Dosage

  • For descaling commercial boilers, use 50 g of Descaling Powder for every 1 liter of water

  • For descaling household coffee makers in-machine, use 28 g of Descaling Powder per liter of brewer capacity

 
 

Descaling Instructions

For Use with Household Coffee Makers

Step 1: Add 28 g (1 oz) of Decaling Powder in 1 liter (32 oz) of warm water in a vessel outside of the machine. Stir to dissolve.

Step 2: Add descaling solution to the machine's water reservoir. 

Step 3: Brew the descaling solution through the machine. 

Step 4: Refill the machine's water reservoir with water. Do not add any Descaling Powder.

Step 5: Brew the entire reservoir of water only. 

Step 6: Repeat steps 4 and 5 twice more to ensure no descaler remains in the machine.

For Use with Removable Boilers in Commercial Equipment

Step 1: Remove boiler from machine and place is a large bucket.

Step 2: In a separate vessel, create a descaling solution using 50 g of Descaling Powder for each liter of warm water. Stir to dissolve.

Step 3: Add descaling solution to the bucket, using enough solution to cover the boiler.

Step 4: Hold for 30 minutes.

Step 5: Remove boiler and rinse thoroughly with fresh water.

Step 6: Allow boiler to dry before reinserting into machine.

 

Ingredients

Citric Acid: Derived from citrus fruits such as lemons and limes. This organic acid is used in soft drinks to add a sour taste and as a preservative in many foods we eat everyday. In this application, the acid does a great job of combating the buildup of scale on machine's boilers and heating elements.

 

Hydrated Silica: Used as a processing aid in this formula, hydrated silica is commonly found in toothpaste to dislodge plaque and remove stains.