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Clean and mean. (stainless steel and polypropylene coated pumps): An article from: Food Processing

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  • This digital document is an article from Food Processing, published by Putman Media, Inc. on October 1, 1994. The length of the article is 681 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.From the supplier: Some food companies are insistent on the use of clean-in-place (CIP) applications when cleaning equipment after work. However, these products sometimes corrode pumps and related parts. Canner Venice Maid Foods replaced its equipment with stainless steel pumps from APV Fluid Handling, therby allowing its cleaning contractors to continue using CIP. On the other hand, whiskey manufacturer William Grant and Sons opted for equally effective polypropylene pumps from Vanton Pump and Equipment to remove cleaning solution from its equipment.Citation DetailsTitle: Clean and mean. (stainless steel and polypropylene coated pumps)Author: Pan DemetrakakesPublication: Food Processing (Magazine/Journal)Date: October 1, 1994Publisher: Putman Media, Inc.Volume: v55 Issue: n10 Page: p99(2)Distributed by Thomson Gale
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    Pan Demetrakakes
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    Publication Date:
    1994-10-01
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    Putman Media, Inc.
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    Title:
    Clean and mean. (stainless steel and polypropylene coated pumps): An article from: Food Processing
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    2005-07-28
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