Food Processing

How Panel PCs Make the Food Processing Industry More Productive

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Computerised system technology usage in the food industry is expected to continue growing as components cost decrease. The components are improving continually to withstand the rigours associated with the rugged food processing environment. In addition, food companies continue upgrading their production equipment, facilities and processes to lower costs, and produce high value and quality products.

Panel computers can be used in monitoring how substances get combined, recording attendance and machine use as well as for printing packages. A touch screen PC is flexible enough to handle the conditions typically seen in a food processing plant.

Easier Data Management

With a panel PC touch screen, your food processing employees will find it easier to enter and retrieve important data, even whilst wearing gloves. The bright display of a touch screen panel computer provides a comfortable working environment because of its ergonomically optimised screen resolution.

Such advanced computerised systems are beneficial in terms of not only processing records, but also for control functions like formulation control, process temperature, process pressure, process timing, process deviation calculations, and container closure examination.

Better Food Hygienic

Waterproof panel PCs are perfectly equipped for tasks in the food processing sector. In general, their construction has been designed for usage under hygiene conditions that are quite rigorous. Many of them come with stainless steel housing, with joint-free and smooth design allowing it to come into direct contact with products without risk of contamination.

Cleaning is not complicated whether using strong disinfectants or high pressure. They function well in cold storage conditions as well as in environments that are hot such as smokehouses or like bakeries.

New process design are expected to continue striving towards achieving safe and quality food products, while simultaneously reducing production cost and time.

Sources:

Connecting and controlling in food processing, ControlENGeurope.com
Inspection Guides, FDA.gov