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Material Engineering in Food Industry

02/09/2013 1:30 PM

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My reference right here in accordance with food industry.

Thought process. : Many a times, there are broken hair strands and fibre in the clothes of the workers in the food industry, which may have chances of cross contamination and the come into the food product. Although, air blower is there, but sometimes this is ineffective.

Are there any simple method to collect the hair strains ?

Static electricity was in my mind.....Please help in the brainstorming !

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02/09/2013 2:34 PM

These should do it.

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02/09/2013 3:03 PM

The summer temperature out here is 48 degree celsius.... i dont think, people will survive.

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02/09/2013 7:09 PM

It sounds to me that you first need to control the working/production environment, otherwise you stand no chance of meeting international standards for food & beverage, FDA, etc, etc. If the environmental conditions are not right for sanitary production, you are on to a loser from the start.

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02/09/2013 10:20 PM

GA.

Address the root problem and not the effect

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02/10/2013 2:12 AM

48C (118F)!!! Forget the food, what about the people? They will not survive in this heat even if they were naked

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02/10/2013 3:27 PM

We produce liquid smoke in the northern climate, state of Wisconsin in the US. In the summer time temp by the process equipment gets pretty close to that....... Precautions have to be taken, and taken seriously.

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02/09/2013 6:17 PM

Hair and beard nets, as far as clothing fibers, a better quality of fabric use of the ocer coats.

What type of food stuffs are you producing, dairy, meats, vegetables, fruits, ingredients, bakery, .......?

Different regulations for different foods.

Did not see where you are from.....

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02/10/2013 5:08 AM

Dust particles in air too to be filtered. Light fittings should be top-open for maintenance purposes,otherwise when you open from below dust particles will fall on food stuff as well as from ladders/tools used for maintenance.

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