Shutting down production lines to sanitize against bacterial outbreaks means long periods of downtime and precautions related to hazardous chemical use. Typical sanitation methods require several hits to completely remove environmental infections. But good news: D7 offers a more practical solution.
In our case study, a dairy ingredient processing plant showed a 55 percent drop in environmental infection rates, eliminated their drain contamination problems, and achieved a 100 percent kill rate with only one pass. In both of their two large facilities, they were able to uphold their zero-tolerance policy against bacteria after switching to using D7. Not only that, but using D7 in their common areas helped prevent their employees from spreading COVID-19.
Read more about the positive impact that switching to D7 had on overall sanitation and production efficiencies by requesting access to the case study below.