Webinar: How to Ensure Food Safety While Increasing Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Sponsored by: Baumer Electric AG
- Clean In Place
Date: 28 April
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Improved CIP performance with Baumer temperature, pressure, conductivity and level sensors
The food and beverage industry is faced with continually rising quality standards, increasing cost pressure and strict hygienic regulations. As a result, requirements for processing systems and their efficient cleaning are growing. In order to guarantee food safety, production and filling facilities must be cleaned regularly. In the cleaning procedure (CIP) the challenge is more and more to reduce water, chemicals and energy consumption, as well as cycle time, in order to optimize food production.
For an efficient CIP (Clean-in-Place) process, the optimisation of process parameters is essential. Baumer sensor solutions can help you reduce cycle-time, accurately measuring temperature, pressure, conductivity and level.
We offer you an overview about the importance of food safety in the F&B industry, applications and products that can help you achieve your goals of safe, reliable and hygienic CIP operation in an ever demanding industry.
Baumer has been on the forefront of sensor technology dedicated to food production for more than 25 years. We invite you inside to explore how you can benefit from our latest sensor developments.
Thomas Jydby Hedemark,
Industry Segment Specialist F&B
Thomas holds a degree of the Tietgen Skolen in International Business. In different management positions he gained extensive experience within the global food and beverage market.
Thomas has particular experience with process sensors used within the brewery and dairy segment.
2000 Area Sales Manager/Thames Side Sensors
2000-2007 Product Manager/Thames Side Sensors
2007-2010 Regional Market Manager/Baumer Group
2010 - today Industry Segment Specialist/Baumer Group
Key Learning Objectives
- The importance of food safety in the F&B industry (Overview)
- Overview of applications and process sensors for CIP (Clean in Place)
- CIP optimization possibilities using Baumer sensors
- Can CIP cycle time be reduced through more accurate sensor technology?
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