The medical industries, food and drug companies must meet extreme standards when it comes to the cleanliness for processing equipment.

Bacteria, germs, dirt, oils, and food particles are all prone to make cleaning a difficult and time intensive task.

However, the good news is that even the most stringent guidelines in these industries can be met with less time and lower costs using ultrasonic cleaning technology.

The key is to use mild solutions including citric acid and/or water instead of harsh soaps when cleaning parts used to process or dispense food, supplements and pharmaceuticals.

Ultrasonic Cleaning for Food and Drug Companies

Ultrasound technology safely cleans and disposes all dirt, minerals, grime, oil, and other residues from any surface. Companies such as Pepsi, Coca Cola, Anheuser-Busch, Miller Brewing and Natural Alternatives are all using ultrasonic cleaning machines inside their plants across the nation. These machines are being used on parts such as:

  • Vitamin and supplement processing equipment;
  • Soft drink filler valves (which often become clogged with syrup);
  • Food and beverage containers and dispensers;
  • Baking pans; and;
  • Cannery vent hoods

Using ultrasound will please even your most vigorous inspectors, all while reducing labor and cleaning costs, thus and improving your bottom line. For more information, go here.