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Articles Tagged with ''sterilization''
Purging airborne microbes like yeast and mold is not easy due to their size.
It can reverse directions as well, making the CIP/SIP process a piece of cake.
Learn how it could benefit your operation’s processing, maintenance and sanitation procedures.
More effective hygienic design is a major component.
Utilizing an intense pulse of full-spectrum light emitted from a xenon lamp, the Claranor pulsed-light sanitation system destroys microorganisms through the photochemical effect of the ultraviolet spectrum and the photothermal effect of the intense flash of the visible spectrum.
Survival of the fittest applies to packaging systems, too, and pulsed UV light is the apparent winner of the nonchemical sterilization competition for food containers.
Radio Frequency Company’s Macrowave pasteurization system uses a high-frequency (40 MHz) electric field to control pathogens in products such as nut meats, flour, pasta and fishmeal.