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Posted 29 January 2022 - 07:00 AM

In handling there is a lysteria monocytogenes for sanitizing production process equipment. In addition to using hot water, getting chemicals such as chlorine can eliminate the potential for Lysteria monocytogenes? 

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Posted 29 January 2022 - 08:35 AM

In handling there is a lysteria monocytogenes for sanitizing production process equipment. In addition to using hot water, getting chemicals such as chlorine can eliminate the potential for Lysteria monocytogenes? 

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Hi Dintan Taramita,

 

If your query is as to whether hypochlorites can be bacteriocidal with respect to L.monocytogenes the answer is yes, eg -

 

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Posted 29 January 2022 - 09:05 AM

If sodium hypochlorite can remove lysteria monocytogenes. What is the level of ppm used?

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Posted 29 January 2022 - 09:22 AM

If sodium hypochlorite can remove lysteria monocytogenes. What is the level of ppm used?

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It depends on things like customer, product, product specification, process, equipment, level of contamination (if any).


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Posted 29 January 2022 - 09:50 AM

In my place is a shrimp freezing company, where the product is cooked shrimp which is included in the high risk category. For sanitizing equipment such as conveyors and plastic equipment. How many ppm is the hypochlorite content? I'm having a hard time finding this information.

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Posted 29 January 2022 - 10:36 AM

In my place is a shrimp freezing company, where the product is cooked shrimp which is included in the high risk category. For sanitizing equipment such as conveyors and plastic equipment. How many ppm is the hypochlorite content? I'm having a hard time finding this information.

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For raw production, things like stainless steel tables typically washed with 100-200 ppm available chlorine (Na hypochlorite solution) after cleaning.

It's also beneficial if the water supply is chlorinated at a low level of residual chlorine.

Note that this does not guarantee total elimination of any bacterial species.

 

PS - Cooked product may demand lower levels + thorough washing of tables after sanitising.


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