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CIP - Cleaning in Place.

CIP - CLEANING IN PLACE

2nd edition. Edited by A J D Romney.

Twenty years ago the first edition came out under the title In- Place Cleaning of Dairy Equipment. Out of print for some years, this text follows on from other updates of well-known publications put out by the Society. This current text was developed by a committee set up by the Society with the title Dairy Equipment Advisory Committee. One of its tasks was to progress the publication of this second edition. The editor was given the task of finding appropriate authors to deal with various aspects of the subject. So this new text is fully updated and has been brought into line with modern practice.

Dr Ashton, one of the authors of the earlier edition, comments in the Foreword that the new edition is perhaps best described as somewhere between a monograph and a manual but deserves wide acceptance for all that. Its chapters carry the fully descriptive titles: Principles of cleaning; Water supplies; The chemistry of detergents; Designing for cleanability; Fluid flow dynamics; Spray cleaning of vessels; Design and control of CIP sets; Laboratory test methods; Assessment of cleaning efficiency; and Management of cleaning operations.
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Publication:Food Trade Review
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Date:Jun 1, 1990
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