Beyond basic cleaning with soap or neutral detergent, surface disinfection is vital to kill germs in areas with a high concentration of children, whose immune systems are still developing. This is why it is common to use bleach for cleaning in nursery schools, especially in areas where pathogens accumulate, such as kitchens, dining rooms, bathrooms and changing areas (or changing rooms in pre-school classrooms).
Acids. Their effectiveness is based on the elimination of inorganic residues such as limescale and rust.
Alkaline. They prevent the formation of limescale deposits and are effective in the removal of organic waste.
Neutral. Used in manual cleaning processes involving the cleaning of floors or surfaces.
On the other hand, the amount of foam generated by these detergents must be taken into account, as it can cause operational problems in circuits and tanks, which can lengthen the rinsing time.
For more information on the types of detergents used in cleaning and disinfection in the food industry, please do not hesitate to contact our sales department.