Cleaning Stainless Steel Surfaces Prior to Sanitary Service (10080)

By A. H. Tuthill, R. E. Avery and R. A. Covert, reprinted from Diary, Food and Environmental Sanitation, Vol. 17, No. 11, November 1997. This article describes practical procedures for cleaning stainless steel surfaces for use in the dairy, other food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and similar industries. Types of surface contamination that might occur, along with their prevention and removal are included. Also mentioned are various steps to be taken to obtain clean surfaces initially.

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