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Biofilm disinfection
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dairy INDUSTRY

Over the past several years there has been an increase in the frequency and variety of microbial contaminants found in all types of water ranging from drinking water, industrial process water and water used in agriculture and livestock breeding.

Traditional methods employed to disinfect water include:
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dairy disinfection
The Voigtlaender Generator
Water disinfection and general disinfection

1-Reduced operating costs

2-Replaces chlorine and is more efficient

3-Free of chemical additives

4-Ideal for remote locations

5-Eco friendly

6-Multiuse, for water disinfection and disinfection in general

SANIFLUID®: How it works

Combining salt, water, and electricity

-Salt and water are activated by an electrical current to produce a disinfectant

-The disinfectant SANIFLUID®, is a HOCl (hypochlorous acid) rich solution

-SANIFLUID® remains stable for extended periods of time

-SANIFLUID® is extremely effective (>100 times more effective than OCl-)

-SANIFLUID® penetrates the cell membrane by osmosis

-Destroys bacteria and virus from within

-Removes and prevents biofilm (breeding ground for bacteria)

-Always active

Disinfection for the dairy industry
Dairy industry

-Optimizing processes and cost reduction in surface disinfection and CIP

-Cleaning of cooling tower systems

-Enhancement of process water

-Improved milk quality (lower bacterial count)

Surface disinfection / CIP

Savings due to replacement of traditional disinfection chemicals (e.g. Peracetic Acid) with Hypochlorous Acid produced on-site

 

-Optimization of CIP processes:

Water savings

Energy savings 

Cleaning time savings 

Cold disinfection

-Reducing health risks for employees

-No hazardous material – easy transportation

-Significant improvement of hygiene

-Easy quality control of disinfection results

-Better results at a fraction of cost

-Ecologically safe

-Sustainable production

Example 1: Dairy Israel

Substitution of peracetic acid in several CIP processes

Cost savings of € 230.000 per year for chemicals

Optimization of CIP processes on-going

 

Example 2: Dairy Germany

 

Production of yoghurt and pudding

Substitution of peracetic acid in 2 production lines

Cost savings of more than 60% per year for chemicals

Implementation and optimization of CIP processes is on-going

Cleaning of coolant / improvement of process water hygiene

Utilization of the on-site produced disinfection agent to disinfect and clean the drinking and process water

 

Reducing the existing bacterial count to 0 within a short time

 

Examples: Dairy in Israel (ice water), (cooling tower disinfection), Milk processors, Germany (process water), Dairy farms Germany (drinking water)

Certificates

DIN 1276 

DIN 1650 

DIN EN 901/ DIN 19643 – Swimming pool Conformance to WHO Standards 

CE Comformance 

MEBAK Band II 2.10.7 

AOX – Test protocol

References

Fraport AG,

C.A.M., 

Saarbrücken Airport 

Mecklenburger Ernte

Weihenstephan

Tnuva Dairies

Gazit Chicken farm

Millouff Chicken Farms 

University of Iraq

University Hospital

Boecklunder Group

HatchTech B.V.

Frankfurt International Airport

Macao International Airport

Regional Airport 

Salad Producer 

Dairy

Cottage Cheese and Yoghurt

Poultry breeding

Poultry breeding

Research and development

Würzburg Hospital

Meat Processing plants

Poultry incubation

Drinking water for aircraft 

Drinking water for airplanes 

Drinking water for aircraft 

Salad washing 

Micro-biological control fresh water 

C.I.P. with SANIFLUID®

Drinking water treatment 

Drinking water treatment 

Disinfection applications (potable water) 

Cooling Tower water disinfection 

Disinfection of Process water and cleaning 

Disinfection of water for incubators