Developing an effective risk management plan for your compressed air system is key to avoiding contaminated food and product recalls. The risk of microbial contamination exists wherever compressed air contacts food either directly or indirectly; therefore, preventive food safety is imperative. To illustrate, as of July of 2012, SQF auditors will now be assessing this risk as they perform audits in accordance with the SQF 7th edition code. Proper filtration at point-of-use will minimize microbial contamination risks and help your plant comply with Good Manufacturing Practices.

This white paper benchmarks the current Good Manufacturing Practices from the most popular food safety standards and consolidates them into one easy to understand document. Learn how to effectively treat compressed air at key points of use where it contacts the food or food contact surfaces.
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