Products/Services for Food Grade Disinfectant Wipes

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    Wipes and Wipers - (213 companies)
    ...or conductive compounds to reduce or eliminate the generation of static electrical charges. Disinfecting wipes and wipers contain biocides, germicides, sporicides, insecticides, pesticides, viricides, repellents, disinfectants, or sanitizers...
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    Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments - (1885 companies)
    Cleaning agents and surface treatments includes liquid cleaners, degreasers, strippers, passivators, etchants, solutions and additives for cleaning and surface preparation.
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    Food Additives - (418 companies)
    Food additives include flavoring extracts, syrups, emulsifiers, anti-oxidants, fortifiers and other substances that are added to food products to enhance processing, texture, flavor or other characteristics. Food additives include any chemicals...
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    Food and Beverage Gases - (28 companies)
    ...or propellant. Iso-butane / n-butane: As a propellant. Ethylene: As a fumigant. Chlorine: As a sanitizer. Other gases may be used, but have not been reviewed by the CGA's technical committee on food-grade gas stocks. The CGA has also released the Compressed Gas...
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    Blanchers - (15 companies)
    Blanchers expose food products to boiling water or steam for a brief period of time, then quickly cool them to halt the cooking process. Blanching exposes food products to boiling water or steam for a brief period of time and then quickly cools them...
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    Water Filters - (298 companies)
    Water filters remove fine particulate and contaminants from liquids for beverage, food processing, and industrial applications. How to Select Water Filters. Image Credits: CCI Themal Technologies, Inc., Granger Industrial Supply, and DK-LOK. Water...
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    High Pressure Processing Services - (9 companies)
    High pressure processing (HPP) is used to treat foods, beverages, proteins, enzymes, and potentially other bioactive materials such as pharmaceuticals. HPP inactivates or destroys food pathogens and spoilage organisms such as bacteria or mold spores...
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    Conveyor Belts - (482 companies)
    Features. Food-grade conveyor belts comply with requirements from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Modular conveyor belts allow quick replacement of damaged belt sections. Anti-static conveyor belts...
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    Organic Chemicals - (1499 companies)
    ...pharmaceuticals, polymers, and food additives are among the many products created from carbonyl compounds. Other functional groups include halocarbons, nitriles, amines, diazo compounds, sulfonic acids, mercaptans, and alcohols. Applications include...
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    Nanoparticle and Powder Processing Services - (154 companies)
    ...and in multi-component dry blending systems. Standards and Regulations. Nanoparticle and powder processing services that specialize in material processing for food-grade applications must meet regulatory requirements from the U.S. Food and Drug...

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  • Practical hospital hygiene and protection of environment
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    In this way, combustion synthesis can be used to create a functionally graded porous AlTi alloy and .... Bacterial contamination in hospitals, food industries, and public environments create a major public health issue. .... Traditional cleaning methods, such as aerosolized disinfectant sprays or wipes have a limited effectiveness.
  • Green cleaning ingredients explained | Finding Solutions | 2011 | Summer | Publications | David Suzuki Foundation
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  • Ambulatory care of A to Z
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  • Essentials of Pharmacology for Anesthesia, Pain Medicine, and Critical Care
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  • Grainger.com
    ○ Disinfecting Wipes (1). .... ○ Food Service Sanitizer(4). .... ○ Germicidal Disinfectant Cleaner(1). .... ○ Hospital Grade Disinfectant and 3rd Sink Sanitizer(1) .
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    ○ Disinfecting Wipes (1). .... ○ Food Service Sanitizer(4). .... ○ Germicidal Disinfectant Cleaner(1). .... ○ Hospital Grade Disinfectant and 3rd Sink Sanitizer(1) .
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