Cleaning Advice

Cleaning is one of the controls that businesses use to ensure that their operations are in an appropriate state to carry out hygienic functions.

The Kersia team work closely with businesses to advise on all aspects of hygiene including: the selection and application of cleaning and disinfection products, dosing and control, pathogen management, allergen management, cleaning advice, cleaning optimisation, hygiene management systems, training, audit and review.

Local Support Teams

Our management and technical support teams offer expert advice, helping you to deliver the best possible hygiene programme to suit your environment. Your Kersia account manager provides the main point of contact for coordination, management, reporting and review of all support and services we provide. Our customer support advisors carry out planned visits against a structured plan which includes audits, equipment servicing and colleague training. They also provide the first line of contact for requested support, such as investigations or breakdowns. Alongside this service engineers provide dosing and application expertise, whilst management teams provide an additional resource and wealth of experience.

Central Support

The Technical Centre team back up the field-based teams with analytical and problem solving expertise for our customers and is sta­ffed by scientists with experience in a wide range of fields, including Product Development, Scientific Investigation, Chemical Legislation and Quality Control.

The state-of-the-art laboratory at our head office has access to a range of investigative tools including FTIR and X-ray Spectroscopy, Force Gauges and Surface Tension measurement as well as traditional wet chemistry. A purpose built ‘wet test’ laboratory allows us to simulate many site cleaning operations and is used for product evaluation and for customer training.


Kersia are members and supportive of the activities and/or committees of the British Association for Chemical Specialities (BACS), the European Hygienic Engineering Design Group (EHEDG), the Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT), the Society of Dairy Technology (SDT) and Campden BRI. Kersia also work closely with ZERO2FIVE, the Cardiff Metropolitan University’s Food Industry Centre and other universities.


By working with customers and building long-lasting relationships, Kersia strive to provide tailor made cleaning solutions, delivering real results. The advice we off­er has a track record of making a material di­fference for our clients. The teams provide on-going reactive and investigative technical advice.

The mantra of “do what you say you are going to do” remains unchanged since the business was started and the family values of hard work, innovation, trust and professionalism underpin every aspect of our business.


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