Production line cleaning and assembly line cleaning are often conflated terms, but there’s an important distinction. Production lines are manufacturing procedure involving a series of steps which leads to a finished product. This is typical in food processing where ingredients are added and steps are taken to produce the final processed good. Note that not all steps in the production process involve assembly. Whereas in an assembly line, at each step, a pre-made part is added. Car manufacturing is a good example of this.
Regular cleaning and maintenance of production lines are critical to the success of your business. Over time, manufacturing equipment is exposed to grease, oil, dust, residue and pollutants. Failing to clean your manufacturing equipment and machinery may result in expensive and reputation-damaging effects. It can also lead to significant risks to health and safety, tainted goods, or insufficient working conditions.
Maintaining the cleanliness of your manufacturing lines requires time, effort, and frequent maintenance, but it is well worth the effort. CICS provides both once-off and ongoing cleaning services to keep your manufacturing plant clean and hygienic.
At CICS we use a range of methods to remove hardened residues, including dry ice cleaning and grit blasting techniques.
Inadequately cleaned and sanitised food preparation, handling, and processing areas can easily become a source of contamination. Many businesses in the food and drink industries make the assumption that a surface is sanitary if it seems to be clean to the naked eye. Certain bacteria, including Salmonella and Escherichia coli (E. coli), are immune to the antibacterial effects of soap and detergent. Therefore, no matter how thoroughly a surface is scrubbed, the risk of bacterial contamination remains.
Sanitising and cleaning are not the same thing; they are two distinct processes. By removing apparent surface-level organic waste including dirt, soil, and debris, cleaning aids in increasing the efficacy of sanitation initiatives. Bacteria can thrive on these organic material.
We are fully compliant with ISSA, GBAC, and ISO 9001, 14001 & 45001 accreditation. Our team have PASMA training for mobile platform and high-level cleaning access in factories. Our 45001 environmental management certification provides the ample framework necessary for cleaning production lines while maintaining the highest levels of health and safety.
If you would like further information about our services you can contact on the details provided below.
Address: CICS (Specialised Cleaning) Limited, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, England, N1 7GU
Phone: +44 0333-323-0006
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