Cleaning of smoke ovens

  • Hygiene: all the principles, individual or collective practices aiming at the preservation of health, the normal functioning of the organism.
  • Detergent: a detergent (or surfactant) is a chemical compound, usually derived from petroleum, with surface-active properties, which makes it capable of removing dirt. Detersion is a fundamental element of hygiene, since it allows the elimination of a large part of the bacteria present in particular on the skin, and on the utensils used for the preparation and consumption of meals.
  • Alkaline: term attested in 1691 and formed on alkali or alkali, Latin word of Arabic origin al-quâly meaning soda and which indicates a base in chemistry. Alkaline detergents are more effective than acid detergents in removing organic soils.