keyboard_arrow_upRadical Waters expands global reach with greener CIP process
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Japan is the latest country to grant a beverage patent to Radical Waters for its pioneering Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) application for use as a substitute to chemicals during Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) for the global beverage industry.

keyboard_arrow_upNew patent takes water treatment further
keyboard_arrow_downNew patent takes water treatment further

Radical Waters International, also exhibiting at drinktec 2013, recently added a new patent to its portfolio. The new activated granular carbon patent is a progressive step for the company, which was the first ECA (electrochemically activated water) company to introduce a non-traditional chemical-free CIP into the beverage market in 2007.

keyboard_arrow_upGreening production lines for the beverage industry
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In line with global moves to ‘cleaner and greener’ means of producing products and services, many beverage companies are looking to manufacturers and distributors of Cleaning in Place (CIP) process systems to provide a cleaning alternative that has a smaller environmental footprint. South African-based Radical Waters has spent the past 15 years focusing on developing and commercialising its patented Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) technology to fill these needs. The company has installed ECA devices for blue chip companies in 23 countries on six continents around the world.