Modern food and beverage process efficiency depends on high-performance hygienic sensors, and Sick's new guide Efficient Automation for Food and Beverage Production describes sensors that can have a positive effect on operating safety, availability and operating efficiency.
Phil Dyas, a product specialist for Sick (UK), comments: "Sensors are essential for all modern food and beverage production. From product picking to tray filling, inspection, coding and marking, to level and pressure sensing and safety guarding, there is an optimum sensing or scanning solution. Because we offer the most comprehensive range on the market, we are able to provide completely objective best-practice guidance."
Sick's 72-page book Efficient Automation for Food and Beverage Production is described as a comprehensive guide to the best sensors or scanners for different applications. The guide also addresses hygienic design issues, how to design for clean-in-place (CIP) and sterilise-in-place (SIP) regimes, hygiene legislation and certification, temperature and environmental and ingress protection.
Further sections cover Sick's support services for food and beverage manufacturers, and there is an overview of the company's sensors.
For a free copy of the new guide or to request more information about Sick sensors for the food and beverage sectors, please contact Andrea Hornby () or Ann Attridge ().