Safer and More Hygienic Food Production With A New Source Extraction System From Dustcontrol

Safer and More Hygienic Food Production With A New Source Extraction System From Dustcontrol
Swedish Dustcontrol AB is boosting its product portfolio with a comprehensive source extraction system specially developed for the food industry.

Hygiene requirements for the food industry are ex­tremely stringent and the source extraction system ‘Good For Food’ contributes to increased safety, hygiene, and cost-efficiency in production.

Good for Food meets both EU and FDA requirements for safe and hygienic food production. The suction brushes are made from antistatic material, can be cleaned hygienically (autoclavable), and provide the possibility of automatic detection. Colour coding of brushes and accessories minimizes the risk of cross-contamination, and all equipment has been designed for smooth handling. The brushes are complemented by a full range of cleaning accessories and hoses especially produced for the food industry.

The system’s pre-separator also makes it possible for food producers to recycle materials that have been separated out, for example grain, flour, spices, and other dry foodstuffs, which has a positive effect on the entire economics of production.

Max af Klintberg is the technician responsible for Dustcontrol’s new food system:

– Dustcontrol has almost fifty years of experience in advanced extraction systems and dust extractors for all types of manufacturing industries. Our goal with this system has been to develop a complete and simplified system for the food industry. The new system will help food manufacturers to raise both quality and efficiency of their production processes, leading to increased profitability.

Good for Food will be available from week 7.

Facts

Dustcontrol’s source extraction system for the food industry, Good For Food, complies with the following applicable technical standards:

  • (EC) No. 1935/2004: Materials and articles intended to come into contact with food.
  • (EC) No. 1935/2004: Materials and articles intended to come into contact with food.
  • (EU) No. 10/2011: Plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food.
  • FDA (Food and Drug Administration) (21 CFR 174-178): Regulations for materials intended to come into contact with food.
  • FDA 21 CFR117.40: Good manufacturing practice for equipment and utensils.
  • EN 1.4404/AISI 316L: Stainless and acid-resistant steel.

Dustcontrol contributes to a clean and healthy working environment

Dustcontrol AB was founded in 1972 and develops advanced extraction systems and dust extractors for all types of manufacturing industries and construction sites. The result is healthy and efficient workplaces. The products are certified and approved for use for hazardous dust and they clean the air by up to 99.995 percent. Dustcontrol’s head office and production facilities are located in Sweden with subsidiaries in Germany, Austria, the UK, the US and Finland.

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