The setup of hygiene sluices is a must at operational access points and transitions
from unclean to clean areas. Friedrich Sailer GmbH
proves hygiene. If it is unavoidable for
drivers to enter the production
rooms, opportunities for hand-cleaning
and disinfection as well as shoesole
cleaning and disinfection must
be provided in loading areas.
again infect the previously cleaned surfaces.
Low-pressure systems prevent
this cross-contamination by working
with up to 25 bar or maximally 40 bar.
Despite their lower pump pressure, the
impact pressure of the water stream in
low-pressure systems is higher than
with high-pressure systems, which
rinses away dirt faster.
In addition to the application-specific
advantages of low pressure over
The Friedrich Sailer website
information on various
exemplary projects. Interested
persons can also order the
free, 300-page product handbook
“Technik für Lebensmittelbetriebe”
for Companies in the Food
As early as the planning stage, the
personally intensive and time-consuming
step of cleaning must be facilitated.
This includes the use of easily
maintainable and durable materials.
When selecting a cleaning system, hygiene,
and efficiency are particularly important.
Sailer recommends the use of
low-pressure foam cleaning systems.
For effective cleaning, aerosols produced
by high water pressure must be
avoided. High-pressure systems create
aerosols that carry germs. After all,
even if something looks clean, germs
are still floating in the air and can
high pressure, the former also has an
economic advantage. The maintenance
and repair costs of low-pressure
systems are much less than those of
high-pressure systems. Only one machine
is needed for pre-rinsing, spraying
the detergent, rinsing, disinfection
and the final rinse. Care and
maintenance are reduced to a minimum
without a reduction of user convenience
or reliability. Furthermore,
low-pressure foam cleaning also minimizes
the risk of damage to production
machinery, electrical installations
and the building, in contrast to
high-pressure systems. The dirt-removing
function of the foam and the
faster rinsing reduce cleaning time
and thus labor costs, which make up
80 percent of all cleaning costs in
So much on the efficient planning
of slaughtering rooms. In this article,
Die Fleischerei presents technical
solutions from various manufacturers
for slaughtering room equipment.
Hygiene has top priority in the
meat-processing industry. Especially
here, it is important that surfaces are
Customized stainless-steel solutions like doors, ram- and edge protection or drainage
technology fulfill high demands on cleanliness and bacteriological safety.
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