Whenever food is involved, hygiene is at the top of the agenda. The strict hygiene and cleanliness requirements which exist in the food processing industry also apply to electrical components.
There are complex requirements for cables and accessories in the food and drinks industry and in bottling and food packaging plants. They must be resistant to a whole host of chemical, thermal and physical stresses so that they can be used in refrigerated areas and damp environments and still fulfill their function reliably. Hygiene takes top priority when it comes to food production. As a result, resistance to aggressive industrial cleaning and alkali agents which are commonly used during cleaning processes becomes particularly important.
We Supply Solutions to Meet Your Requirements
We offer a comprehensive range of standard and specialised products which meet the requirements of the food and beverage industries. Our proven and tested range of products contains a solution for almost any application. Our in-house laboratory and testing facilities are also an important source of support.
Lapp collaborates with many different partners throughout the food and beverage industry to develop a credible solution for each application:
Our products that meet the most stringent requirements of Hygienic Design, for instance, the cable gland SKINTOP® HYGIENIC. It follows the general design principles of DIN EN 1672-2 for the food and beverage industry and is certified according to the latest EHEDG testing. Furthermore, the cable entry – just like the cable conduit SILVYN® FG NM and the ÖLFLEX® ROBUST cable – meets the ECOLAB® requirements relating to resistance to cleaning agents and disinfectants. The stainless steel cable gland SKINTOP® HYGIENIC does not provide any surfaces for contaminants to attack. All seals are fixed tightly to the cable and connection point with no gaps.
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Food is in direct contact with equipment and electrical components.
Drips or splashes of food could return to the food manufacturing process, causing contamination.
No contact with food.
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