Hygienic Design Requirements for CIP Installations | EHEDG Zooms In

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EHEDG President Hein Timmerman on EHEDG Guideline 50 on CIP systems

Optimising CIP systems and automation

EHEDG President and Chair of the Working Group Cleaning in Place, Hein Timmerman, zooms in a specific chapter of EHEDG Guideline 50, 'Hygienic Design Requirements for CIP Installations'. This section highlights the crucial role that sensors play in yielding insights to optimise CIP processes - resulting in reduced cleaning times and water consumption, and in the prevention of possible food safety hazards. Watch the full interview here below.

Download EHEDG Guideline 50 here