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Single-step cleaning and disinfection system

Single-step cleaning and disinfection system

A new single-step cleaning and disinfection system for food manufacturing sites called Eloclear has been introduced by Ozo Innovations, which is claimed to make food factory hygiene more robust and sustainable. 

Ozo’s electrolysed water system reduces the time spent on achieving hygiene standards, while improving deep cleaning and disinfection, says the company.

Eloclear transforms food-grade salt and water into a powerful cleaner and biocide. In field trials, the company claims the product delivered greater microbial control and a more consistent disinfection result than traditional hot water, detergents and terminal sanitisers.

On-site production of Eloclear is monitored and controlled using advanced sensors, secure data recording and 24/7 monitoring. Ozo undertakes continuous analysis of customer site data so that it can detect any production issues and ensure that its product is effective at the point of use.

“Our objective was to make effective hygiene simpler to achieve for the food industry,” says Ozo’s chief executive Rowan Gardner.

Contact Ozo Innovations for more information. 

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