The following resources are designed to inform health departments and health inspectors on the new product: Keystone Sink and Surface Cleaner Sanitizer.
Keystone is commercializing a new product, Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer. This product is designed for use as a third-sink sanitizer, as well as for cleaning and sanitizing hard, non-porous food-contact surfaces in a variety of applications in foodservice environments. The following information is to alert you of this new technology and address some frequently asked questions.
Keystone Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer is registered as a cleaner and sanitizer for use on hard, non-porous food-contact surfaces under EPA Registration No. 1677-260. The product has an EPA stamped and approved master label, and all product claims are registered with the EPA. When Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer is used as directed at the use concentration for food contact sanitizing, it will also kill Norovirus in 30 seconds with no rinse required. Please review the product label for complete claims and use directions. The EPA Pesticide Product Label System contains the most current version of the stamped-accepted master label here.
All ingredients in Keystone Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer have been reviewed by the EPA and have been cleared under 40 CFR 180.940(a) for use in food-contact surface sanitizing solutions and are considered approved for use on food-contact surfaces. Keystone Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer is compliant with 2017 US Food Code sections 4-501.114, 4-501.115, 4-603.16 and 7-204.11, and is acceptable for use as directed on the product label.
In order to test for the proper amount of active chemical in a use solution, test strips should be used. Keystone Sink & Surface Cleaner Sanitizer test strips must be used for this test; standard quat test strips should not be used and will not work. Instructions for testing are available at the point of use.
Please contact your representative or 1-800-35-CLEAN for further information.
Access the full Health Department memo below.