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Sanitation warm > Sanitation hot ???

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So I was talking to the distributors about water sanitation in our sink. He mentioned that the solution is not as effective when hot than warm ect. As I have always done in the past to allow dishes to dry after being either rinsed or dipped into hot water I now question such a simple task :D. What do you guys think?

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Water that is too hot will render Quat Amonium, iodine and chlorine sanitizers less effective. The recommended range is 55-120F. Hope this helps!

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Definitely thanks a lot!!!

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Our ecolab rep sets our sani with the hot water and it always reads 200-400 no questions asked...
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You're very welcome. Glad I could offer some assistance.

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