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Activeion’s ionator EXP gains HACCP certificate

02 December 2010

HACCP International has granted the Activeion ionator EXP its certificate as a tool recommended for use in food facilities as part of a food hygiene programme. The endorsement is aimed at organisations that are required to supply food safe equipment, machinery, supplies and services to the food industry.


HACCP International certifies non-food products intended for use in the food and beverage industry. Its Certificate of Compliance gives assurance as to a product’s suitability for use in processing and handling facilities that are required to meet food safety standards in terms of product selection and application.

“Activeion’s ionator EXP is an excellent product,” says Bill Simos, managing director of HACCP International. “Prior to certification, our food technologists examined its efficacy, design, manufacture, materials, instructions for use, labelling, claims and its contribution to food safety. Used in its intended manner, the Activeion ionator EXP is food safe, effective and very appropriate for the food industry.”

Activeion technology is already being used in many kitchens and food preparation areas around the world, and was recognised at the 2010 US National Restaurant Association (NRA) Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show® as a winner of that organisation’s prestigious Kitchen Innovations™ award. In addition, Activeion Europe recently finished 2nd in Germany’s Top Hotel Star Award 2010 competition, and took the gold at Ireland’s SHOP 2010 event for the “HoReCa ” (hotel, restaurant, and catering) industry.

Activeion Europe’s general manager, André G. Krell, states, “This certification is extremely helpful to the multiple clients we now have operating in the “HoReCa” sector. End users active in the food industry can feel further confident that the ionator EXP used in their kitchens and food preparation areas conform to high internationally recognised standards. The HACCP certification complements the microbiology efficiency testing conducted earlier in an independent laboratory certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency.”

Activeion's ionator EXP is a convenient, versatile cleaning device that uses simple, smart, sustainable technology to convert tap water into ionised water — an effective dirt-lifting agent. It is among the only cleaning products worldwide that does not require a chemical-related health warning label. When used as directed, the ionator EXP kills more than 99.9 percent of harmful germs. To see a demonstration of how the ionator EXP, named by Forbes.com earlier this year as one of the 10 best “disruptive technologies that could change the world,” visit www.activeion.co.uk.


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