Ventilation and Plant Cleanliness

Plant air quality can have a major impact on food safety, occupational health, and unit operations. Low pressure in food processing areas can allow contaminants to enter, while unfavorable air temperature/humidity can promote the growth of dangerous pathogens. Poor ventilation and incomplete capture of pollutants can be hazardous to workers, while insufficient make-up air can affect the operations of equipment that vents process air outside the plant.

Food Processing Clean Air

All of these issues can be addressed through the installation of appropriate HVAC equipment. In order to ensure proper room pressures and to react appropriately to upset conditions, it may be necessary for the various components of the system to work together. ASC's testing and analysis groups can provide the necessary assessments to address all of these issues and ensure that the revised HVAC plan will meet the processing goals.

Azore CFD Software


Airflow Sciences Equipment