Camarillo, CA – Though keeping equipment cleaned and sanitized is not the most glamorous responsibility of brewery operators, craft brewers recognize how perilous poor sanitation can be to their final product. That’s the compelling reason quality-obsessed brewers have incorporated a sanitation monitoring step into their cleaning programs with an adenosine triphosphate (ATP) bioluminescence monitoring system from Hygiena.
In 15 seconds, surfaces or water samples can be checked for proper and effective sanitation, validating the sanitation crew’s efforts and ensuring equipment is ready for the next batch. The system gives brewers a fast and easy-to-use tool to measure if a surface or water sample is truly clean or dirty. ATP monitoring takes the mystery out of sanitation effectiveness, enabling brewers to “Talk Dirty”.
Hygiena will be demonstrating its industry-leading EnSURE™ ATP sanitation monitoring system May 4 – 6 at the Craft Brewer’s Conference in Philadelphia, booth #2760. In advance of CBC, Hygiena will be sharing a new white paper on sanitation monitoring applications for brewing, canning, and bottling operations for free to download at www.hygiena.com/beer on April 20th. A case study featuring Avery Brewing Co. is currently available for download at the same link.
Recognized worldwide for accuracy, ease of use, and affordability, Hygiena’s ATP Sanitation Monitoring System is used extensively throughout food and beverage industries to validate sanitation protocols and determine whether equipment is truly clean. The EnSURE Monitoring System measures ATP from surface and liquid samples. Free trials are available!