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Detergents are certain substances found in cleaning and washing products that help to remove dirt. They reduce the interfacial tensions between the surface to be cleaned and the dirt by the solvent, which in most cases is water.
According to Regulation (EC) No 648/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council, “detergent” means a substance containing soaps and/or other tensides and is intended for cleaning and washing processes. These substances may have different aggregate states (liquid, powder, paste, bar, bar, board, shaped pieces, figures, etc.).
Other example for detergents are:
Regulations for Contract Processing
Sterile process engineering plays a major role in this field, as contamination is undesirable, especially with these products. If the product is contaminated, the customer can be subject to allergic reactions, inflammations and diseases as a consequence of this.
In the field of process engineering, we at Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik with sites in Bruchköbel, Schöneck and Burbach therefore pay particular attention to safety in the processing of detergents in order to offer customers high-quality products.
Detergents are often used in cleaning agents