Experience tells us that compliance doesn't contribute to the bottom line. Despite the fact that a recall event in the food processing industry can be financially catastrophic, budgets for meeting food safety guidelines are usually razor thin. What if you could you could deploy a technology that enhances your level of compliance and pays for itself?
Recent articles from food safety experts indicate there are at least four distinct areas of potential pathogen contamination that can be addressed with our systems. These are;
UV-C light keeps biofilms from establishing in HVAC air exchangers and cooling units for cold storage. UV-C light also destroys the airborne pathogens in these systems, ultimately lowering the potential for surface contamination. Deploying this technology will lower utility cost, generally with a payback of less than three years. In addition to eradicating pathogens related to food safety, UV-C has also been shown to improve the workplace environment, saving costs associated with airborne health issues. Capitalizing on energy savings, UV-C technology can pay for for equipment sterilization as well as addressing ingress from employee traffic on production room floors.