ANFO Pacifica Debuts New Single-Phase CIP Detergent

April 3, 2013 12:33 AM

Source: ANFO Pacifica

Dairy producers in the western U.S. now have access to a single-phase cleaner that saves water without sacrificing cleaning power.

ANFO, available from ANFO Pacifica, is phosphate-free and has been shown to be effective at removing the toughest buildup in milking systems, including residue from teat sealants. ANFO One effectively removes organic solids, minerals, iron, fats and proteins from milk contact surfaces in milking systems. Its cleaning power helps dairy producers manage bacteria counts (both PI and SPC) at the same level or even better than traditional full-cycle detergents despite using less water.

The advanced cleaning technology of ANFO One single-phase detergent decreases water use by combining the detergent and acid cycles. This reduction of water use also saves energy that would have otherwise been necessary to heat the water. Finally, overall system cleaning time is reduced. This means fewer employee hours must be dedicated to cleaning the milking system, there is less system downtime and more cows can be moved through the parlor without the expense of adding or updating costly equipment.

ANFO One is a high-performance, single-phase detergent that is a blend of organic and mineral acids. It is designed to replace standard alkaline, chlorinated detergents in CIP system cleaning applications. Because it is chlorine free, it reduces wear on system parts, including rubber goods, seals, gaskets and flexible joints.

ANFO One is available through ANFO dealers in the western United States. As with all ANFO products, it is backed by the application expertise of ANFO milk quality experts who regularly visit the dairy to ensure that each milking system is cleaning to its highest potential.
Since 1919, ANFO Pacifica has provided cleaning, hygiene, sanitation, and animal-care products that help dairy producers improve milk quality and safety. It serves dairy producers in Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington.

More information can be found here.

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