Summit Focuses on Safety


Summit Focuses on Safety

The Food Safety and Security Summit is just around the corner, March 6-8 in Washington, D.C. The event will feature expert speakers and provides a forum for food processors, retailers, foodservice, academia and government personnel to exchange ideas, find solutions and engage in networking opportunities. Following are some beverage-related items to look for at the show.
Water filtration
Pall Corp. will feature the Pall Aria SA water filtration system, designed to meet the sanitary requirements of food and beverage producers. The new system combines stainless steel components with proven microfiltration or ultrafiltration membrane modules. Available in custom configurations with flow rates ranging from 50 to 300 gpm, the system treats water from municipal, surface or ground sources. It produces a continuous supply of clean water, regardless of source, without the need to replace elements. In some cases, it may be used prior to a reverse osmosis process in food and beverage production, and may extend the life of the RO system. — Pall Corp., 2200 Northern Blvd., East Hills, N.Y. 11548; 516/484-5400; www.pall.com; Booth 122.
Protective coatings
ITW Resin Technologies is a worldwide manufacturer of concrete protective coatings catering to the food and beverage industries. Its vast line of coatings include IMPAX 5020, which is a solvent-free epoxy designed to protect concrete in the harshest environments and is formulated to not support bacteria growth or give off harmful solvent odors that may contaminate products or harm personnel. Additionally, the company manufactures IMPAX 300 and IMPAX 350 which are anit-slip coatings designed to protect workers as well as provide traction for fork-lift traffic on ramps or wet areas. — ITW Resin Technologies, P.O. Box 128, Spencerport, N.Y. 14559; 585/349-3225; www.itwresintech.com; Booth 717.
Machine lubricants
Lubriplate offers a complete line of NSF H-1 registered food machinery lubricants designed to provide total food processing and bottling plant lubrication capability. Formulated from high-quality base stocks combined with unique premium, anti-wear additives, these lubricants exceed many performance specifications of conventional H-2 lubricants. All Lubriplate H-1 Lubricants are manufactured with ingredients that comply with FDA regulation 21 CFR 178.3570 for lubricants with incidental food contact. They also meet USDA H-1 safety standards. — Lubriplate, 129 Lockwood Street, Newark, N.J. 07105; 973/589-9150, www.lubriplate.com; Booth 543.
The Sartorius Group is a laboratory and process technology provider covering biotechnology and mechatronics. The company focusing on filtration and separation products as well as fermenters and bioreactors. Among its many offerings are Microsart e.motion dispenser membrane filters, membrane filters for colony count, sterility testing, particle testing and microscopy, culture media, ready-to-use sterile funnels, stainless steel vacuum system and accessories and complete test kits. — Sartorius North America Inc., 131 Heartland Blvd., Edgewood, N.Y. 11717; 800/635.2906; www.sartorius.com.
Find out more online
For additional information on the Food Safety and Security Summit, visit www.foodsafetysummit.com

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