Food & Beverage Processing

Nondepositing Surface Cleaner

All Process Water Becomes a Microbial Intervention 

Product runs, along with clean-in-place (CIP) control points, require strict monitoring of surface accumulation of scale that shelter significant microbial presence. Current strategies periodically use acids to remove calcium deposit buildup on contact surfaces. The standard municipal supplied water quality conveys scaling properties that accumulate in a very short time through the final rinse cycle clean in CIP.

Applying BiCARBUS Activation in conjunction with a primary disinfection product (e.g. chlorine) to all process water eliminates surface bioscale deposits continuously thereby removing persistent biofilm development.

The manner of operation of BiCARBUS Activation effectively eliminates homeostasis and chemical equilibrium aspects of biofilm development. What seems to be ever mutating resistant organisms can be reduced to noncommunicating adaptive colonies that no longer acclimate to alternating forms of disinfection.

Safe, Nonhazardous, Measurable, Cost Effective

Elaborate programs in the past have sometimes met with initial high expectations, only to fall into accelerating frustration as biocolonies adapt and begin to thrive. BiCARBUS scale control treatment directly addresses the issue of persistent microbes without requiring additional modification to chemical programs. Treating entire campus facilities is a cost savings ranging from four to eight cents per thousand.