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CID Lines Offers Cleaning and Disinfection Programmes to the Salmon Industry

05 August 2013
CID LINES

GLOBAL - CID LINES has been focusing on Innovative Hygiene Solutions for 25 years. The company manufactures detergents and disinfectants for different agricultural industries (including aquaculture), for transport industries (including well boats) and for food processing (including fish processing). Hence, CID Lines is in a unique position to service the Salmon industry from “farm to fork”.

In the company's Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) certified lab, specialised chemists and micro-biologists work on the development and continuous improvement of formulations and processes. Quality Assurance (QA) falls under our ISO 9001:2008 and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certifications.

CID LINES works in more than 90 countries, on five continents. The company offers cleaning and disinfection products and programmes for each and every stage in the process : breeder ponds, hatcheries, fresh water tanks, bins, trucks, well boats, sea farms (including net washing) and processing plants.

Some of its detergents also work when diluted in salt water. 

The company's disinfectants VIROCID ® and KICKSTART ™ have been tested at the University of Bergen, Norway in sea water of 4°C (39°F) against the Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis (IPN) virus (one of the most difficult to kill viruses).

Both products are registered world wide, per European Norms (EN) and North American protocols (AOAC) as “broad spectrum disinfectants”.

CID Lines also offers products and programmes for personal hygiene: foot dips and hand hygiene. The hand disinfectants (available in a liquid and a gel form) passed the EN 1500 and EN 1040 approvals and are even virucidal.

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