Cables and connectors for food and beverage applications
The food safety modernization act (FSMA), states that food producers must take all necessary steps to prevent food borne illnesses and pathogens.
The food safety modernization act (FSMA), states that food producers
must take all necessary steps to prevent foodborne illnesses and
pathogens. In the past, machine operators waited until E.coli or other
bacteria had already grown before taking any measures-they solved the
problems after they occurred instead of preventing them. If you work
with food and beverage machinery, you know that bacteria can grow in
some unexpected places. And one often overlooked hiding place for
microbes can be found within the machine's cabling and connectors.
Paying close attention to these areas during wash-down can ensure a
hygienic environment for food handling and production. Here's a look at
some lesser-known aspects of maintaining good cable hygiene.
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Published by LAPP USA on Jun 28, 2016
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