PURE CLEAN BFE-The Bio Film Eliminator
PURE CLEAN BFE (BIO-FILM ELIMINATOR)
AN EFFECTIVE WASH AND RINSE FOR POULTRY PORK BEEF & VEGETABLE PRODUCTS
The solution to control the environment where salmonella, listeria, campylobacter, e-coli and other pathogens harbor and flourish by eliminating the "Bio Film".
PURE CLEAN BFE is a non-bacterial multi-enzymatic product specifically formulated to stop poultry odor at its source by elimination of the bacterial host environment. Degreases and emulsifies fats and oils and breaks down organic waste matter.
PURE CLEAN BFE IS A NEW APPROACH TO THE CONTROL, SALMONELLA, CAMPYLOBACTER, ECOLI AND OTHER DISEASE PRODUCING PATHOGENS IN THE PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION OF EGGS, POULTRY, PORK, BEEF OTHER MEAT PRODUCTS AND VEGETABLES AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, ACCOMPLISHED BY ELIMINATING THE BIO FILM ON THE MEAT AND VEGETABLES
Controls and eliminates tough Poultry, Pork, Beef, and Vegetable processing problems.
USE IN POULTRY APPLICATIONS
The answer for decontamination of poultry products must address itself to the whole rather than the part. We must move to what is practical and feasible. What has been done in the lab in inspection procedures has been determined to be inadequate and unrealistic and just plain does not work. What is needed are "unseen sentinels" constantly and consistently on watch throughout the poultry process to ensure contamination-free products.
We have treated symptoms and performed spot applications, but because these systems are not 100% accurate, organisms still get through and flourish. This results in re-contamination and reverses the work already done. As Dr. Edward T. Mallison (Extension Poultry Veterinarian, Virginia-Maryland), and others have so aptly pointed out in their works on the subject, we must strive to provide the processor with the most contamination-free produce available. This is where the Bio Film Elimination approach is necessary.
In the limited studies completed, a bio-catalyst ( non-bacterial, multi-enzymatic product) has been used on the food stuffs and in the water of the egg layers in minute quantities to begin treating the chicken and its internal organs to remove biofilms and colonies of harmful bacteria in the birds intestinal tract.
The formula has also been applied externally into the air to eliminate ammonia and to ensure that the proper conditions may be maintained for a healthier bird. In addition to treating the birds and their fecal matter, the products use treats rodents and beetles which controls the contamination caused by their unwanted presence. The eggs and incubators are washed with PURE CLEAN BFE and the hatcherys air is humidified with the mixture to eliminate ammonia odor and to decontaminate the chicks feces. You cannot expect to raise healthy and contaminate-free chicks in an environment where untreated fecal matter exists.
During sexing, the employees gloves should be constantly dipped in a PURE CLEAN BFE solution to retard cross contamination. As the chicks grow, the air, feed and water should be routinely exposed to the PURE CLEAN BFE solution to control the environment where salmonella, listeria, campylobacter, e-Coli, and other pathogens flourish. It will continue to work throughout the chicks life by eliminating the bacterial host environment primarily (the bio film).
When the birds are ready for transport, the cages and trucks should be routinely washed with PURE CLEAN BFE and the poultry should receive a thorough fogging prior to loading the cages. This constant application continues to deal with the biofilms where the bacteria is constantly attempting to re-establish. The poultry delivered to the processing plant will have the lowest potential bacterial counts possible when the product is used throughout the poultry environment.
Another point to address at this juncture concerns the chlorinated water that is used in feeding the chicks and maturing chickens. This chlorine lowers the chicks resistance to diseases by poisoning its system. This also applies when used in the production of other meats and vegetables products.
Using PURE CLEAN BFE
Caged poultry should be fogged and /or sprayed with a PURE CLEAN BFE solution while awaiting unloading, which reduces ammonia and offensive odors created by fan cooling of the birds. An alternative suggestion for the cleaning of fecal matter during uncaging and hanging of the birds is to run them through a "bird Jacuzzi" prior to stunning and bleeding. The scald bath will then have a lower amount of fecal matter. The birds should be thoroughly rinsed with the solution prior to and after picking and evisceration. The cavities should also be rinsed thoroughly with the solution. Any visible or unseen fecal matter left on the carcasses or in the cecal will be under the control of the residual PURE CLEAN BFE, both internally and externally.
As the birds reach the chill bath, they should receive another rinse with the product to further reduce the biofilm and any contaminants which have survived to this point. Then the carcasses will enter the chill bath which will also contain a PURE CLEAN BFE solution that will absorb into their tissues. This is applicable to chicken parts as well as whole carcasses. The chill or freezing will not affect the PURE CLEAN BFE product because temperatures of 40 deg. F or below cause the enzymes to become dormant. After defrosting, or once the temperature exceeds 40 deg. F., the enzymes again flourish and continue to remove the host environment (bio film) of the few surviving bacteria. The shelf life of the poultry is extended and odor created by bacteria is removed because the bacterial host environment is being destroyed throughout the entire process. PURE CLEAN BFE is destroyed during cooking.
USAGE IN OTHER AREAS OF
We have arrived at this method by very carefully considering our results from overcoming grease, oils, fats, e. Coli, salmonella, campylobacter, listeria, etc. found in the effluent of processing plants, PURE ONE BFE is a superb cleaner of poultry processing equipment, floors, walls and drain lines. It will continue to attack bio film and bacteria on any surface until it is removed with clean water. The accumulation of the product in the wastewater system will greatly enhance the ponds and the waterway they spill into. PURE CLEAN BFE will continue to flourish as long as it has contaminants to react with, and it will continue to provide water and carbon dioxide until there is no longer a host environment (bio film) for the bacteria to harbor. The failure of disinfectants and contamination in the entire process of production and processing in the poultry industry is caused by the lack of effectiveness in removing the bio films in which pathogens thrive. Although the food industry has known about biofilm for years, the role in contamination it plays has only recently been recognized and the real danger emphasized. Biofilms consist of a matrix of bacteria, polysaccharides, extra-cellular components, lipids and environmental contaminants which cling to the surface by bacterial adhesion substances. These films cannot be penetrated by traditional water-based cleaners and sanitizers such as caustics, bleach or quats. Although the surface may be tested as free of bacteria, listeria, E Coli, etc., other types of bacteria may still thrive within the biofilm. These bacterial may remain viable and re-emerge to spread throughout the processing plant when given favorable conditions. The following is an excerpt from The Federal Veterinarian:
PURE CLEAN BFE meat and vegetable wash has shown its ability to penetrate and remove biofilms from plastic, stainless steel, tiles, concrete, etc., as well as the surface layers of grease, oils and fats. PURE CLEAN BFE should be left on equipment continually to help in the reduction of environments that host bacterial reproduction.
PURE CLEAN BFE can be used on any surface not harmed by water. Comparable with most commercial cleaning systems (pressurized, mechanical, manual) and with fresh or saline water. Optimal water temperature is 90 deg. F or 37 deg. C, however, a range from 65 deg. F - 130 deg. F or 24 deg. C - 50 deg. C can be used effectively. Time requirement is prolonged somewhat for temperatures under 65 deg. F. Not recommended for used with steam. Keep from freezing.
PACKAGING: five gallons and 55 gallons