SKF has come up with a solution that not only stops bearings from potentially contaminating production lines, while still offering great performance.
Cleaning down plant and machinery is a key process when it comes to making sure the end product isn’t contaminated and meets stringent Australian standards in terms of food and beverage hygiene.
Whether it be a hospital, aged care facility, catering or any other commercial kitchen, the way these premises will be designed and built has changed forever according to Total Construction’s Tony Tate and Rob Blythman. Tate, the company’s general manager of Food and Beverage, and Blythman, who is the general manager of Total’s Engineering Construction Group, both know that the pandemic has altered the way processes are carried out in order to make sure customers stay healthy.
Blake Caldwell has been a consultant for Allied Finishes for the past four years and is well-placed to know the safety and hygiene issues that comes with making sure food and beverage floors are kept in tip-top shape.