BISSC

AcronymDefinition
BISSCBaking Industry Sanitation Standards Committee
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The good news is the ANSI Standard is a giant leap from the BISSC and is an evolving standard with a commitment to being updated and amended over time.
Some of its fabrication capabilities include: vessel capacities up to 100,000 gallons; many choices for material of construction: carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, Monel, Hastelloy and Inconel; vacuum and/or high internal pressure design; variable speed agitators; custom ports, manways and nozzles; heating/cooling jacket or coils; heat tracing; sheathing and insulation; sanitary design; special coatings and tank liners; mounting frames and brackets; safety ladders and platforms; code requirements such as ASME, USFDA, BISSC, ABS, API650, API620 and U142 and nondestructive testing.
Aside from ASME, other code requirements such as USFDA, BISSC, ABS, API650, API620 and U142 can be met.
ASB converted the BISSC standard document to an ANSI standard.
ASME code stamp can be provided as needed, and other requirements such as USFDA, BISSC, ABS, API650, API620 and U142 can be met.
Equipped with clean-in-place spray balls for rapid sanitizing using steam or cleaning solution, the unit is constructed of stainless steel finished to industrial, 3-A, FDA, BISSC and other sanitary standards and is equipped with a stainless steel motor.
The screener is constructed of stainless steel finished to industrial, 3-A, FDA, BISSC and other sanitary standards.
Reductions in material, weld seams, and associated labor also decrease fabrication cost, particularly when units are finished to FDA, USDA, BISSC or 3-A standards.
Motors are BISSC Certified for bakery applications and the Hydrophobic breathers allow the motors to breathe without allowing moisture to enter the motor.
The circular unit also requires only one air inlet and outlet and has fewer weld seams, reducing overall size and construction costs, especially when finished to 3A, FDA, and BISSC sanitary/standards.
The QA24, Model 611, and Model 621 In-Line sifters have recently received Third Party Verified compliance to BISSC standards for the design and construction of equipment used in the baking industry (American National Standard for Baking Equipment--Sanitation Standard ANSI/BISSC/Z50.
All Kason equipment is available in finishes to meet 3-A, FDA, BISSC and/or other US and international standards, C.