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#1 SQFconsultant

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Posted 09 August 2019 - 05:58 PM

?I am curious to know if any of you use an Ozone Water System for cleaning that has in part or in whole replaced all sanitation chemicals at your facility?

 

I am interested in learning the pro's and con's of these systems and the ease (or non-ease) of training on the system for general employees as well as dedicated sanitation crews.

 

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:34 AM

Sir,

 

We tried in my previous organization using ozonated water for CIP of packaged drinking water line, but our senior management rejected the proposal bcoz it was costlier than hot water CIP.

 

One more thing is that ozone decomposes faster at temperature 35 degree C, and also depends on impurities present in water, more the impurities faster the decomposition of ozone.



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Posted 11 August 2019 - 03:12 AM

?I am curious to know if any of you use an Ozone Water System for cleaning that has in part or in whole replaced all sanitation chemicals at your facility?

 

I am interested in learning the pro's and con's of these systems and the ease (or non-ease) of training on the system for general employees as well as dedicated sanitation crews.

 

Thank you for your input.

 

Hi Glenn,

 

I have no direct experience but sanitation-wise, seems to have been most frequently implemented in CIP-type systems.

 

Some claimed "pros" are in following attachments, predictably, no "cons" are mentioned ! -

 

Attached File  oz1(current) - Food & Hygiene ozone treatment.pdf   1.86MB   8 downloads

Attached File  oz2 - ozonated water for Sanitation,2015.pdf   789.41KB   7 downloads

Attached File  oz3 - ozone in CIP.pdf   873.51KB   7 downloads

 

https://www.spartanw...n-in-place.html


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Posted 17 August 2019 - 03:39 AM

I worked in a surimi (fish paste) factory that used ozonated water to continuously drip onto conveyor belts. Because it was a seasonal operation, they did only quick wash downs and sanitizing at break times and would stop every few days for full cleanup. After adding the ozone we were able to extend the time between cleanups by 2 days (based on daily bacteria counts).



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