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#1 noahchris97

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 04:36 AM

Morning All,

     Boy, do I need your guys help here. I have been bombarded with all kinds of answers outside of IFSQN about what is the most effective sanitizer for Listeria ?  I'm in a dairy facility. One says Quats, the others says chlorine, others says iodine and so on. What is the most effective sanitizer to use for listeria, salmonella and so on ? Targeted area - Drains / Floors.

 

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 06:15 AM

After cleaning hypochlorite or peroxyacetic acid are very effective disinfectants.

 

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 06:46 AM

Morning All,

     Boy, do I need your guys help here. I have been bombarded with all kinds of answers outside of IFSQN about what is the most effective sanitizer for Listeria ?  I'm in a dairy facility. One says Quats, the others says chlorine, others says iodine and so on. What is the most effective sanitizer to use for listeria, salmonella and so on ? Targeted area - Drains / Floors.

 

I'm not in USA but I would first find out if it's regulatory controlled.


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Posted 12 May 2015 - 02:23 PM

Hi noahchris,

 

As per yr OP, definitive choices are hard to find.

 

The refs below also do not finalize but maybe of some assistance -

 

Attached File  LmS0 - Lm control,2007.pdf   164.66KB   46 downloads

Attached File  LmS1 - dairy,prevention LM post-processing contamination (1999).pdf   926.61KB   44 downloads

Attached File  LmS2 - dairy,Listeria In DairyProducts, 2011.pdf   275.81KB   32 downloads

 

Attached File  LmS3 - FDA, sanitizers Lm, 2008(updated 2014).doc   25KB   29 downloads

 

http://www.extension...es#.VVH3YI6zdnI

 

http://www.dairyfood...control-l--mono


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