Tetra Pak guide to cleaning in place (CIP)

Tuesday, 17 February, 2015 | Supplied by: Tetra Pak Marketing Pty Ltd


Tetra Pak has published a practical guide to cleaning in place (CIP). It is designed to promote best practice and aid the efficient design of new systems.

CIP covers the range of mechanical and chemical processes used by food and beverage manufacturers to clean machines between production runs, without having to take them apart.

Written for production and quality managers, technical engineers and equipment operators, the guide provides advice on how to ensure quick, safe and efficient cleaning, whatever the type of food being produced. It also explores how both cost and the impact on the environment can be minimised, showing ways to reduce water and detergent use in a variety of scenarios.

The guide is also a useful reference for R&D staff involved in the design of a new plant, new processing lines or a new recipe. It covers the latest technologies, including the use of electrolysed and ozonated water and intelligent sensors.

Online: www.tetrapak.com/au
Phone: +61 3 8561 3800
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