Fenkleen Hygiene Ltd in the UK has been carrying out specialist high level cleaning of potato stores and facilities for the last 35 years in East Anglia. With today’s regulations and accountability on the removal and reduction of CIPCs residue, it’s never been more important to carry the procedure out effectively and safely.
Whatever method is being employed to carry out the cleaning, either wet or dry, store managers must take into account other contaminates that may be involved in the equation and its removal and factor that in to the process.
“Fenkleen will provide a full specification to carry the work out, along with access methods and RAMS to carry the process out effectively and safely,” says Andy Foster at Fenkleen. “We will also provide reports on the cleaning schedule at the end of the clean to the client as evidence that the clean has been carried out to AHDB standards.”
According to Andy Foster, his company applies electrostatic technology, which has been proven to be the fastest most effective method of disinfecting surfaces to kill bacteria and viruses.
The electrostatic technology causes the disinfecting mist to stick to all sides of surfaces without the need to spray directly making it extremely efficient at bacterial and viral control.
Coats between 2,800 to 23,000 square feet on a single tank of fluid. Combined with its patented electrostatic charge, this allows you to apply an even coating on all surfaces making it the most effective method of disinfection available.
More information about Fenkleen’s electrostatic technology can be found in this pdf document.
Source: Fenkleen Hygiene Ltd