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The Effects of Nitric Acid in (CIP)?

The Effects of Nitric Acid in (CIP)?

Nitric pitting is a common form of localized corrosion that occurs in materials such as stainless steel, titanium, and other alloys. It is a result of chemical reactions that occur on the surface of the metal when exposed to an oxidizing environment, particularly in...

What is Clean in Place (CIP)?

What is Clean in Place (CIP)?

Clean in Place (CIP) is a widely used method for cleaning the interior surfaces of pipes, vessels, and process equipment. It is particularly relevant in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries. The process of CIP involves using a series of...

Evaluation of Financial Impact of CIP Advantage

Evaluation of Financial Impact of CIP Advantage

With the right additives, the Clean In Place process, or CIP, can have many benefits when cleaning your production plant. The clean in place process allows you to have your equipment cleaned without having to move the equipment offsite to clean. This process uses...

Cost Benefits for Ethanol Plants Using Clear Solutions USA

Cost Benefits for Ethanol Plants Using Clear Solutions USA

Ethanol plants are large complex systems requiring complex cleaning solutions. Clear Solutions USA, LLC has the cleaning solutions and expertise to solve all of the needs of these operations. Our caustic technology is designed with unique, patented additives,...

How to Measure Surface Tension

How to Measure Surface Tension

Amongst the four common methods available for determining the surface tension of liquids and solutions (ring method, plate method, pendant drop, and bubble pressure method) it worthwhile to note some differences in capabilities and limitations. In particular, because...

Caustic Soda and the Chemistry Behind Cleaning

Caustic Soda and the Chemistry Behind Cleaning

A review of how liquid caustic soda interacts with various chelators, scale inhibitors, dispersants, and surfactants. This article will explain why the various additive packages work and takes into account new breakthroughs in surfactant technology.

Caustic Soda Additives: Surfactants

Caustic Soda Additives: Surfactants

Surfactants are known as “surface active agents.” They have the ability to reduce surface tension which will allow better rinsing. For this reason, they are also known as “wetting agents.”