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Cleaning Basics 101
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SaniMatic University Cleaning Methods CIP CleanInPlace Parts Washers Rack Conveyorized Vats Totes Bins Cabinet Washers COP Manual Control Automated Rinse Foam Sanitize Manual ID: 510182 Download Presentation

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Cleaning Basics 101

Sani-Matic UniversitySlide2

Cleaning Methods

CIP

Clean-In-Place

Parts Washers

Rack

Conveyorized

Vats / Totes / Bins

Cabinet Washers

COP

Manual Control

Automated

Rinse / Foam / SanitizeManualAutomatedManual CleaningBucket & BrushDisassemble Equipment

Fully Automated

Semi

A

utomated

ManualSlide3

Time, Action, Chemistry, Temperature (TACT)

What do manual, semi-automated and automated cleaning have in common?

Cleaning

requires both physical & chemical

processesSlide4

Time, Action, Chemistry, Temperature (TACT)

T

ime

Time elapsed before cleaning is performed

Time spent cleaning

Time until cleaned equipment is reused

A

ction

– Kinetic Energy

Flow (pipelines) / Cascade / Impingement

Flow rate / pressure

Full coverage required to ensure effectivenessCleaning ConfidenceSlide5

C

hemistry / Concentration

Selection of proper chemistry for the soil conditions

Control and monitoring of concentration

Grouping strategies (e.g., base before acid, acid before base)

T

emperature

What temperature works best? Higher is not always better

Equipment / drain limitations

Has the optimum temperature for cleaning been defined

?

Cleaning ConfidenceTime, Action, Chemistry, Temperature (TACT)Slide6

Advantages / Disadvantages of Automation

Advantages

Repeatability

Improved Cleaning Performance

Verification / Documentation of Sanitation

Alarm Reports

Reduce Labor Cost

Increased Production Time

Improve Personnel Safety

Complex Process Equipment

Reduce Equipment Damage

DisadvantagesImplementation CostProcess Equipment VariationsDoesn’t Focus On Heavily Soiled Areas vs. Lightly SoiledOptimization of Cycles RequiredIncreased Technical Support RequiredElectricalMechanicalOperator’s Buy-in & Training requiredSlide7

H = High Risk L = Low Risk

*

Part design and method (e.g.,

ultrasonics

vs. turbulence)

(3D designed racks vs. standard racks) will

drive risk.

Cleaning

Method

Time

ActionChemistry / ConcentrationTemperatureManualCleaningHHH

H

Cabinet

Washers

L

H or L

L

L

COP Baths

L

*

L

L

CIP

L

L

L

L

Risks to TACTSlide8

Where

D

o We Start?Slide9

A

brief review of formulated cleaning agents and their application

Selection of Cleaning Agents & Coupon TestingSlide10

What Chemicals Work Best?

80% of soils will be cleaned with an alkaline cleaner

10% will be cleaned with an acidic cleaner

10% will use either enzymatic, emulsion or solvent-based cleanersSlide11

Bench Coupon Evaluation Process

Clean and

passivate

coupons

Coat coupons with soil

Prepare detergent in a beaker with magnetic stir

bar

Place coupons in beaker and place on hot

plate

Evaluate coupons in beaker Slide12

What Do You Learn From A Bench Evaluation?

T

ime

. The

time it takes to effectively remove the material from the coupon

A

ction

. Identifies degree of action required, heavy or slight

C

hemical

. Determines

the best formulated cleaning agent per product, along with starting point use concentrationsTemperature. Determination of the optimal temperature needed for product removalSlide13

Water Hardness Influences Cleaning Action

A detergent’s effectiveness is reduced when used in hard water.

Hardness in water is caused by the presence of mineral salts

.

Calcium (Ca)

Magnesium (Mg)

Iron (Fe)

Manganese (

Mn

)

The

mineral salts react with surfactants to form an insoluble precipitate known as soap film.Hardness may be unavoidable based on where you live, but you can soften your water to reduce hardness.

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