Technology

TPV SolutionTM Oil and Grease Remediation  & Cleaning Solution
EPA Listed
USDA Approved

PB Technology has developed a proprietary oil and grease remediation and cleaning solution, TPV Solution™, that is listed by the EPA and approved by the USDA as Safe For Use in Food Preparation Areas.

PB Technology has capitalized on recent advancements in non toxic ‘green cleaning’ chemistry and petroleum based oil remediation technology and adopted it for use in commercial kitchens and food preparation areas. 

The TPV Solution™ Oil and Grease Remediation & Cleaning Solution is a mixture of non toxic and non polluting substances that breakdown the molecular structure of compound hydrocarbons (aka, accumulated oil and grease vapors from cooking).  The TPV Solution™ is applied to your exhaust system and allowed to ‘do its job’ of breaking down the oil and grease accumulation.  Then the exhaust system is washed with non heated standard tap water at low pressure and the oil and grease is successfully cleaned from your exhaust system and remediated to a level that allows naturally occurring enzymes to fully digest the now simple form hydrocarbon once in the water treatment process. 

Unlike traditional highly caustic cleaning, which creates gallons of toxic waste for every system that is cleaned, the TPV Solution™  is non toxic and non polluting yet cleans just as good if not better than the caustic chemicals.

Caustic cleaning chemicals have to be applied with high pressure and must come in direct contact with the oil and grease for it to clean effectively.  The caustic chemical must be sprayed off at very high pressure and very high temperature for the oil and grease to be removed which has a high potential of causing damage to your exhaust system.  What is left over from this process is gallons of highly caustic water mixed with non digested complex hydrocarbons.  This toxic solution, by law, must be taken to a registered toxic waste disposal site. 

One gallon of waste pollutes 1 million gallons of fresh water. This is placing a tremendous burden on city clean water supplies even when traditional cleaners obey the law.

The traditional  method  of cleaning  just one hood creates at least 40 gallons of toxic waste that must be legally disposed of.