USDA Dairy Guidelines and 3-A Sanitary Standards
We design, fabricate, and install our systems to meet USDA Dairy Design and Fabrication Guidelines and applicable 3-A Sanitary Standards. These standards prescribe material, design, and fabrication criteria that assure equipment used in food production is able to be easily cleaned to prevent microbe growth and protect food from harmful contaminants.
Our team includes the current chair of the 3-A work group for conveying and feeding equipment. This individual is also a member of the “General Requirements” Working Group. He has over 15 years of industry experience in sanitary design and is intimately involved in drafting and revising powder processing equipment standards. This valuable knowledge allows us to provide systems and components that reflect the most current design standards for hygienic equipment.
Along with food safety, we focus on employee and facility safety.
Our equipment and process design team also includes two system sales engineers who serve on various NFPA Technical Committees. As committee members, our sales engineers are part of a volunteer team working alongside the NFPA, responsible for reviewing and revising existing standards, as well as drafting and implementing new ones. Our expertise and knowledge of relevant NFPA standards supports our engineers in developing innovative process equipment specifically designed to create the safest work environment possible for you – our customers.
"Thanks for the tour of your facility and demonstration of the bagger, magnets, rotary valve and other components. It is an excellent set up and the equipment is surely designed with an understanding of dairy sanitary requirements."
" Everyone that I talked to thought the installation looked very nice. You guys did a great job and we look forward to more successful projects like this one in the future! "