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22 (2018) | nr 3 (167) | 37--48
Tytuł artykułu

Turbidity and Quantity of Sediment Particles During the Regeneration of Chemical Solutions after Cleaning of Brewing Equipment in the CIP System

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Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
W pracy zaprezentowano wyniki analiz zmian mętności roztworów myjących oraz ilości obecnych w nich cząstek osadów stałych w czasie regeneracji w różnych warunkach temperaturowych. Ocenie poddano trzy roztwory pobierane z browarów po procesie mycia urządzeń warzelni w systemie CIP. Wyniki poddano analizie statystycznej wyznaczając funkcje charakteryzujące zmiany badanych parametrów w zależności od czasu i temperatury. Wyniki badań wykazały, że badane roztwory posiadają odmiennie korzystne warunki ich regeneracji. Wykazano również, że charakter zachodzących zmian w roztworach w procesie ich regeneracji korzystniej jest określać na podstawie pomiaru mętności roztworów.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The paper presents results of analysis of turbidity changes in washing solutions and the quantity of solid particles present in them during regeneration under various temperature conditions. Three solutions taken from breweries after the process of washing brewhouse equipment in the CIP system were evaluated. The results were subjected to statistical analysis, to define the functions that characterize the changes of the tested parameters in relation to time and temperature. The results showed that the tested solutions have different favourable conditions for their regeneration. It has also been shown that the character of changes in solutions in the regeneration process is more advantageously determined on the basis of turbidity tests of solutions. (original abstract)
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37--48
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Twórcy
  • Koszalin University of Technology
Bibliografia
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