How to use fewer chlorinated products in the food and beverage industry
Chlorine is widely used in the food and beverage industry but comes with a number of significant drawbacks.
Here we look at what these are and investigate some of the smarter alternatives for you here on our website.
Is chlorine overused in the food and beverage industry?
Chlorine compounds are widely used to disinfect equipment and worksurfaces. Although it is a very cost-effective method, it comes with a number of problems.
The bulk of chlorinated products on the market offer limited performance. Not only do they take longer to get the job done, but they also increase the risk of hazards in the workplace, for both the user and the wider environment.
But how do you cut through the grease and grime on an industrial scale in a way that’s both time efficient and cost effective?
How can CHELA help reduce the amount of chlorine in your workplace?
CHELA Code 100 BALANCE is a powerful and highly effective alternative to chlorine and glycol-ether based cleaning products.
This professional grade product has been carefully formulated and contains a blend of non-ionic detergents and emulsifiers designed for maximum performance.
Our smart chemistry creates a synergism that unleashes rapid grease dissolving properties. The upshot is that it removes all animal and vegetable oils and greases and kills pathogens. It has been tested to BS EN 1276:1997.
Click here to find out more about CHELA Code 100 BALANCE or to discuss a whole range of other market leading cleaning solutions for rail and train stations, please contact our specialist team by calling +44 208 805 2150 or by emailing email@example.com