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The EHEDG is a consortium of installation suppliers, companies in the food industry, research laboratories and national public health bodies that aim at the highest standards of food safety.
He directly promoted our joining EFFoST, EHEDG and GHI.
Vulganus was heavily involved with the industry hygiene projects HYGILA (Hygiene Equipment in Food Industry) and EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering and Designing Group) which improved standards in the food processing sector and provided valuable data to the company which it has incorporated in its development programme.
Specifically designed for the food industry, NEMO[R] manufactures 3A, FDA and EHEDG approved sanitary and aseptic models.
Designed to monitor pressures, temperatures and flow rates in food, beverage, dairy and pharmaceutical applications, these sensors meet 3A, FDA, and EHEDG requirements and carry an IP 67 rating.
Elesa's LM.F-HD-SST series of levelling feet in stainless steel with permanent floor mounting facility are now EHEDG certified (European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group).
The unit operations and equipment components used in the system have been designed for CIP and have been verified to clean in place by 3-A-SSI, EHEDG, or an acceptable alternative method.
In the food and beverage industry, the choice of materials is particularly important, as compliance with EHEDG, FDA and 3A regulations is a basic requirement.
As a member of the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG), DUBOR(r) has developed a totally new machine, the Octopus System, that represents the pinnacle of hygienic design in food engineering.
The SFR is designed to meet FDA, EHEDG, ATEX standards and can easily be adapted for NFPA standards.* Coperion K-Iron Salina, Inc., Salina, KS 67401.
Huub Lelieveld is President of the Global Harmonization Initiative, member of the Executive Committee and a Past President of EFFoST, founder and Past President of EHEDG (the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group).