19th May 2022 Content supplied by: EIT International
Importance of Efficient Bacterial Detection Within the Food Production Chain: How to Improve Safety
The Ferrero factory had to recall several products due to potential salmonella contamination, which has proven costly and damaging to the brand's reputation. ATP swabbing can be inaccurate & miss key areas in the production line. EIT has the solution for you.
ATP swab testing within food factories and its issues:
ATP swab testing is a popular hygiene monitoring system/process currently within the food production industry. This form of testing works by swiping small sections of surfaces in commercial food processing plants with specially designed rapid-testing adenosine triphosphate (ATP) swabs which are then tested to determine the type of biological matter on that surface.
EIT International’s Bactiscan™ offers the fast, effective safety net:
EIT International has the most efficient, safe and practical approach to ensuring your food processing line and production facilities are safe from bacteria and viruses. The Bactiscan™ from EIT International is an easy to use, non-invasive bacteria and biofilm detection tool that can easily be added to facility management and maintenance programs for food processors to immediately identify biofilms, mould and bacteria such as Salmonella and E.coli. It easily locates and places them. The cutting-edge wave-alternating UV light within the Bactiscan™ allows it to identify the contamination plumes and sites without having to use any chemicals or dye agents as a prelude to your ATP swab tests, which removes the guesswork of where to test, saving time and money whilst reducing risk-exposure significantly.
An additional benefit of using the Bactiscan™, is that it offers immediate results but requires no costly downtime of food processing lines/factories to work, so no reduction in production output and most importantly, no reduction of income. This quick and easy-to-use bacteria detection scanner can highlight the areas of bacteria or biofilm on your line prior to ATP swab testing to ensure cleanliness and safety in your plant and compliance to legislative regulations and guidelines laid out by the regulated industry bodies.
The Bactiscan™ complies with HSE and industry-led legislation, specifically HACCP requirements and an independent report conducted by Camden BRI, has proved the capability of the Bactiscan™ to identify specific bacteria, biofilm and mould types with its unique wave-alternating UV light system.
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Date Published: 19th May 2022
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