Only a ventilation system that is precisely tailored to the specific requirements of the food and beverage industry can fully exploit its potential in terms of hygiene performance and energy efficiency. For this reason, we support your retrofit or new construction project with a complete development and installation program that is specifically adapted to your needs. We plan and implement each plant construction project individually according to the respective process requirements for food production. In this way, each production area can be precisely monitored during subsequent operation in accordance with the regulations.
Within the food sector, the functions of supply and exhaust air systems are diverse and demanding. The hygienic design of ventilation (AHU) systems is critical to the air quality achieved and helps minimize microbial contamination. Effective supply air filtration provides a safe working environment, secure processes and optimized contamination control. For example, a state-of-the-art, well-maintained ventilation system in a commercial bakery will keep the supply air free of contaminants such as mold and yeast. In a milk filling station, on the other hand, contamination risks can be eliminated to fulfill the most stringent hygiene requirements and audits.
Work with us to develop your individually customized filter concept for regulated and controlled ambient and recirculated air quality. We can support you in the simple and effective retrofitting or new construction of your ventilation system, from conducting an analysis of the status quo, through planning the components right up to installation and specific services. When designing the individual filtration units, we take into account the recommendations and requirements of local authorities regarding ventilation and infection control.
- Clean air from an efficient filter system avoids particle contamination and protects the clean room.
- Conditioned air controls temperature and humidity, reducing the growth of microorganisms.
- Every production process has its own specific requirements. The most effective filter system is therefore always a tailor-made solution considering
(1) individual process requirements, (2) local outdoor air quality (ODA) and (3) the requested supply air quality (SUP).