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Keeping meat cool


ABB paperless data recorders are being used to help ensure round-the-clock quality control of meat products. The instruments help food manufacturers understand the causes and sources of differing temperature conditions


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manufacturer and supplier of meat products to the food industry is using two ABB RVG200 paperless data


recorders to help ensure its products are produced to the highest levels of safety and quality. Used by the food producer to monitor and record temperatures in different parts of its factory, the two recorders are helping to ensure that the right ambient conditions are maintained throughout its production lines, freezers, raw meat chillers and despatch area.


The meat products produced here are then


used by other food manufacturers as part of products, such as sandwiches and canned goods. It supplies a range of processed meat products that can be delivered chilled, frozen, cooked or raw to suit customers’ production and packaging needs. Accurate temperature control is vital in helping to ensure the quality of the company’s products. Previously, temperature monitoring across the site was decentralised, with separate monitors indicating any temperature variations in particular areas. If an unexpected variation occurred, the QA department would need to spend time finding out when it


14 October 2020 Instrumentation Monthly


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