Sonett tablets for dishwashers
• The primary active ingredients of SONETT-TABLETS for dishwashers
are soda, silicates and sugar surfactants. They soak up food leftovers, emulsify and dissolve grease. Bleaching oxygen (sodium percarbonate) serves to remove tea and coffee residues from glasses and cups.
Citrate and polyasparaginic acid (a protein which occurs in the shells of snails and mussels, but which is petrochemically synthesized) binds effectively calcification residues in the rinsing water. The ingredients are completely biodegradable as it is the case for all other SONETT products. Important: The water softener of the dishwashing machine should be set one degree higher than indicated for the local water hardness.
Ingredients: Citrate, soda, silicates, sodium percarbonate, polyasparaginic acid, sugar surfactants.
Available in packages of 25 Tablets of 20g.
or household dishwashers
Uba 036 000 40
Sales unit / container:
5 x 500g carton of 25 TABLETS
EAN code: 4007547 402080 5
Fields of use:
Suitable for all household dishwashing machines.
Only for dishwasher-safe crockery. Not suitable for silver, lead crystal and hand-painted porcelain.
To set the ion exchange in the dishwasher, refer to info sheet “DISHWASHER DETERGENT, CLEAR RINSE, REGENERATING SALT”.
Dishes with a normal level of dirt: 1 TABLET per rinse cycle
Dishes with heavy dirt: 2 TABLETS per rinse cycle
Important note to ensure good rinsing results:
The REGENERATING SALT and CLEAR RINSE compartments must always be kept full.
Open the machine at the end of the program.
Citrate: > 30 %
Sodium carbonate: 15 - 30 %
Silicates: 15 - 30 %
Sodium percarbonate: 5 – 15 %
Polyasparaginic acid: 5 – 15 %
Sugar surfactants: 1 – 5 %
Origin and properties of the ingredients:
The primary active ingredients of SONETT TABLETS for dishwashing machines are sodium carbonate, silicates and sugar surfactants.
Silicates are obtained by fusing sand with sodium carbonate and, due to their alkalinity, are capable of converting the grease on the dishes by saponification and making it water-soluble. Stuck-on food leftovers are soaked up and loosened by these silicates. Sodium carbonate, manufactured from common salt and lime, disperses the grease into fine droplets and thus supports the grease-loosening power of the silicates. The addition of small amounts of sugar surfactants causes a reduction in the surface tension of the water, so that the dirt can be more easily wetted by the water. Sugar surfactants are manufactured from coconut oil and vegetable starch or residual sugar from molasses. In addition, the TABLETS contain bleaching oxygen (sodium percarbonate). During the rinse cycle, sodium percarbonate dissociates into water, sodium carbonate and oxygen. The released oxygen serves to remove tea and coffee residues from glasses and cups. Sodium percarbonate is a compound created from the absorption of hydrogen peroxide by soda (sodium carbonate).
Citrate, obtained from the fermentation of sugar-containing byproducts, e.g. molasses, is added to the machine washing liquid to form compounds with the lime in the rinsing water and protect the machine from deposits. Due to the fact that, despite built-in ion exchangers (water-softening devices), many washing machines still inject water containing too much lime, the citrate is intensified by the lime-binding power of polyasparaginic acid. Polyasparaginic acid, a protein, occurs in nature, e.g. in the shells of mussels and snails, where it regulates shell growth. The polyasparaginic acid used is not, however, directly obtained from nature, but petrochemically synthesized – in a closed manufacturing cycle, without additional waste products.
Polyasparaginic acid is completely biodegradable.
Special product features:
The SONETT TABLETS contain minerals and completely biodegradable organic ingredients. They contain no enzymes, no aggressive chlorinated bleaches, no phosphates and no fragrances.
1 TAB corresponds to approx. 20g
pH value: (20°C), (5 g/l H2O) approx. 10.5
Danger symbol: irritant
Keep out of the reach of children. Risk of serious eye injuries. Avoid contact with the eyes and skin. In the event of contact with the eyes, immediately rinse with plenty of water and consult your doctor. If swallowed, immediately seek medical advice and show the packaging or label. Keep well-sealed and store in a dry place.
Silicates and SODIUM CARBONATE are mineral substances which do not need to be further degraded in nature. Citrate, a substance occurring in plants, animals and humans, is completely degraded by naturally occurring microorganisms within 2 - 3 days. Sodium percarbonate disintegrates during the washing and bleaching process itself into mineral soda, water and oxygen and therefore leaves the washing machine in a state which requires no further degradation, i.e. the bleaching process and the degradation process are one and the same. Polyasparaginic acid, a protein, is completely degraded in nature into water, carbon dioxide and nitrogenous salts. In the manufacturing process of sugar surfactant, constituents are taken from the plant-based raw materials starch, sugar and fat; however, they completely retain their natural structure. It is therefore relatively easy for microorganisms to 100% decompose these surfactants.
Citrate, polyasparaginic acid and sugar surfactants are considered by the OECD to be slightly biodegradable.
TABLET sheet: PE
Carton: Recyclable material > 90%
Outer carton: Recyclable mat. > 80 %
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