Food conveyor sanitizing is crucial in managing risk of disease outbreak. Strict rules are laid down by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand which specify the cleanliness obligations of food processing plants. In particular, Standard 3.2.3, outlined in this piece of Australian Government Legislation states that:
Food premises, fixtures fittings and equipment should be cleaned and sanitized in order to prevent:
- exclude dirt, dust, fumes, smoke and other contaminants;
- not permit the entry of pests; and
- not provide harbourage for pests.
The best way of doing this is with high temperature, pressurised steam vapour. It's a pure, natural and highly effective way to remove built up food spills and completely eradicate bacteria all at once. Non-absorbent nylon bristles displace and loosen any food scraps which may have stuck to the conveyor belt- like oils, icing or sticky chocolate. Right after the brushes, comes steam vapour discharged at +160 degrees Celsius to blast away any contaminants, debris or bacteria. There's no need to put the food handling environment at risk by using chemicals or solvents- steam is nature's complete cleaner.
A given amount of water produces 1700 times its own volume of steam- so operational cost savings will begin right from the very first use of our equipment. Completely eliminating the need for chemicals saves your company more money. The vapour is so effective at cleaning food residue, that the process happens quickly, and less time spent cleaning means less water used.