- Knowledge of what, how often and when
- Interaction of procedure and ingredients
- Optimisation of costs without compromising the hygiene requirements
- On the basis of local conditions
- Process technology & hygiene know-how
- Validated in the laboratory and pilot plant
- Use of additives
Besides the obvious necessity of responding to the wide variety of contamination profiles with individual chemical components in variable concentration, the cost factor for transportation of formulated cleaners should not be neglected.
Chemicals and water are used in alternating sequences. At the same time the sequence of application is vitally important. As a process-oriented manufacturer of cleaning chemicals, Halag’s know-how lies in the knowledge of what, how often and when.
The classic cleaning cycle, similar to a washing program in a household washing machine, cannot lead to the desired result, because the cleaning procedure has already been set.
Due to the particularities and special requirements that have previously been described for cleaning membrane systems, a flexible method of operation is necessary.
Since there is hardly a membrane system that resembles another with regard to volume, membrane geometry and material, and the requirements are different regarding cleaning in each plant and dependent on the application, it is crucial to first carry out an exact review and specify a cleaning strategy appropriate for the requirements.