Food Processing Equipment Dry Ice Cleaning Michigan

Everyday the Michigan food industry deals with the challenge of maintaining hygiene standards and cleanliness on their food manufacturing equipment. Eliminating leftover, food, grease, and other contaminants from production equipment is a essential practice for avoiding the growth of bacteria and guaranteeing safe, quality products. In addition, with strict regulations surrounding sanitation in the food industry, certain procedures have to be taken to ensure that the food processing equipment is kept uncontaminated.

Older traditional cleaning methods included using harsh cleaners and a lengthy cleaning process trying to remove as much contaminant as possible. In addition, this cleaning solution is not effective or efficient and time consuming, and costly. But Michigan dry ice blasting of these processing surfaces is extremely effective, less time consuming, cost-effective, environmentally friendly that is approved by FDA, USDA, and EPA.

Michigan Dry Ice cleaning for food processing and packaging equipment is a great non-abrasive cleaning solution to get rid of grease, wax, proteins, seasonings, crumbs, glue that allows equipment to function at the OEM standard. Strength H2O Industrial Solutions can effectively remove salmonella, e. Coli and listeria from process machinery.


Greatly Reduced Downtime

Michigan Dry ice blast cleaning allows installed equipment to be cleaned without the need to remove it from the production line which saves hours of downtime and reduces labor costs.


Inhibits Growth of Bacteria

Utilizing Michigan dry ice blasting as the cleaning solution eliminates the use of water. Therefore it inhibits the growth of any bacteria. In addition, the Michigan dry ice cleaning process reduces mold spores and other biological agents.


Cleaning In Place

Michigan dry ice blasting is a 100% dry cleaning method and the dry ice sublimates upon making contact of the surface being cleaned. Also, there is no hand wiping required reducing possible injury to personnel or equipment.


Contamination Reduction

The FDA, EPA, and USDA approved food-grade dry ice pellets used in the Michigan dry ice blasting process leave no secondary waste to contaminate the product. Also, cleaning with dry ice blasting helps reduce salmonella, E. Coli and other bacteria.

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