Tip 2: How to Make Your CIP and COP Systems Work For You

This is part 2 of an 8 part series of engineering tips on how to get the most out of clean-in-place (CIP) & clean-out-of-place (COP) systems for the sanitary engineering industry. Typical Three Tank CIP System *Printed as of Food Safety magazine   Tip 2. Use vessels that are right for the process. The old adage, “You can’t sanitize a dirty surface,” applies to CIP processes and as such, vessels used should be of sanitary design. Tank sanitary design includes smooth and continuous welds, [...]

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Top Tips to Make Your CIP and COP Systems Work For You

This is part 1 of an 8 part series of engineering tips on how to get the most out of clean-in-place (CIP) & clean-out-of-place (COP) systems for the sanitary engineering industry. Typical Three Tank CIP System *Printed as of Food Safety magazine   Tip 1. Identify and use the right cleaning chemicals and sanitizing solutions. It is essential that the right cleaner be employed in CIP systems. The chemical solution or treatment used in the CIP system must be capable of reaching all surfaces, [...]

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Polaris Industires Consolidating Manufacturing to Better Leverage Plant Capacity

Minneapolis, MN (April 24, 2017) — Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced that it is making two changes to its manufacturing network to consolidate production of like products and better leverage plant capacity. Changes include: Discontinuing manufacturing at its plant in Milford, Iowa, and transferring Milford production to existing Polaris facilities in Huntsville, Ala.; Roseau, Minn.; and Anaheim, Calif. The Milford location will be repurposed as a storage/warehouse facility to support the nearby Spirit Lake, Iowa, Polaris plant, which will [...]

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