Introducing the safety and hygiene countermeasures essential for food packaging machinery design.
01.Equipment must be kept clean
Parts which help prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt
With an even surface, they are easy to clean.
Rust-resistant parts usable even for drive components
All-stainless steel couplings are available.
02.Touch panels and displays must be installed to move toward a paperless plant
Sturdy display mounting systems are available for onsite use
Display mounting systems with freely adjustable angles, mountable on walls, aluminum frames, or round pipes, should be used.
03.Foreign matter contamination must be prevented
Safety comes first for food production. Fall-off and loss of parts should be prevented. HACCP and CE Marking compliant products are also available.
Keep loosened nuts from falling off
With relief cutting in the handle threading, the nuts on these handles won't fall off even if they come loose.
Keep screws from falling into equipment or materials
Screws with structures like this will not fall out of the panel even when removed, because the relief cutting in the threads catches on the screw hole.
Washers prevent screw fallout
The washers can simply be assembled to commercially available screws to achieve fallout prevention countermeasures. After assembly, they will be unlikely to fall off the screws.
04.Female thread damage when replacing cutters or squeegees must be prevented
Reinforce female threads to prevent damage
Integrated stainless steel with high strength makes them effective in areas where bolts are frequently inserted and removed.