Temperature control is a part of proper product formation. If temperature slips above or below the ideal range needed for a particular stage in a manufacturing process, the results can be harmful—improperly adhered coatings, a weakened base material, or an overall compromised component—so it becomes increasingly important to not only determine the proper temperature for each stage, but also monitor the temperature inside the machine and receive appropriate feedback.

According to food safety laws, all food products have to be kept at designated temperatures if they are to be deemed safe for human consumption. Having them too cold renders them inedible and having them too warm could encourage bacteria growth, so monitoring temperature is vital. This applies to storage areas, such as the fridges or freezers, but it also applies to the preparation and cooking areas, such as ovens, on the shop floor, so it is essential to monitor temperature every step of the way.

This Solution will help you:

  • Prevent growth of bacteria during the processing stage, eliminating the chance for foodborne illness and a product recall
  • Prevent cooling, which results in defects, caused by movement of the sealing jaws
  • Control temperature in both continuous and intermittent flow operations
  • Prevent packaging material from sticking to the sealing jaws
  • Stop the machine from shutting down by keeping temperature within limits
  • Minimize waste from improper sealing
  • Form a barrier against environmental factors
  • Allow for consistent production of packages
  • Have a direct impact on seal strength