Industry Upgrade Of Food Machine

- Mar 23, 2018-

To achieve the upgrading of domestic food machinery manufacturing industry, the most important and fundamental one is to improve the overall quality of employees in the industry. This comprehensive quality is the ideological quality and technical quality. The ideological quality includes ideology, thinking, decision-making and innovative thinking. On January 23, 2009, the National Standardization Administration (SAC) issued the national standard "Food Machinery Safety and Health". The standard specifies the safety and hygiene requirements for the selection, design, manufacture, and configuration of food machinery equipment. This standard applies to food machinery equipment, but also applies to food packaging machines that have product contact surfaces such as liquids, solids, and semi-solids. In this way, the development of food packaging machinery will have a more solid foundation.

Based on the increasingly serious global food safety, developed countries attach great importance to the research and application of safe production technology for food machinery. They all start with the design and manufacture of food machinery to achieve the safety and health of food processing. There are two ways to achieve this: First, to formulate and improve the technical specifications for food machinery; second, to strictly organize the design, manufacture, and application of food machinery in accordance with these technical specifications. Among these technical specifications, the most important is the mechanical safety and hygiene requirements for food machinery. The content covers the design and manufacture of food machinery, equipment selection and equipment, equipment installation and verification, and it is also an international food machinery research. , development and manufacturing requirements. The food machinery manufacturing industry in other countries is expected to meet the international standards and must comply with these safety and health technical requirements. It is a basic condition for food machinery to be in line with international standards.