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Food and beverage sensors explored in Sick guide

12 January 2010

Sick is tackling process efficiency in the food and beverage industries with a new guide, ‘Efficient Automation for Food and Beverage Production’. The UK publication is designed to bolster the operating safety, availability and economic efficiency of facilities.

“Sensors are essential for all modern food and beverage production,” said Phil Dyas, product specialist for SICK UK. “From product picking to tray filling, inspection, coding and marking to level and pressure and safety guarding, there is an optimum sensing or scanning solution.”

Sick’s 72 page ‘Efficient Automation for Food and Beverage Production’ is a comprehensive guide to the best sensor or scanner for differing applications. The guide also addresses hygiene design issues and resisting Clean-in-Place and Sterilise-in-Place regimes, hygiene legislation and certification, temperature and environmental and ingress protection.

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