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#1 Caddyshack

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Posted 26 January 2012 - 05:35 PM

I have recently conducted a risk assessment on air quality supplied to our High Risk food hall. I am now looking for tolerable allowances for TACC's and Yeasts and Moulds on my settle plates, can anyone one help? RTE products produced!

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 08:42 AM

I have recently conducted a risk assessment on air quality supplied to our High Risk food hall. I am now looking for tolerable allowances for TACC's and Yeasts and Moulds on my settle plates, can anyone one help? RTE products produced!

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Standards will vary depending on your filtration standards, product, plate size and exposure time.

A lot of filtration standards measure efficiency of removing a certain particle size rather than micro standards.

Start by measuring to establish a standard and consider the results & any correlation with product quality.

Typical standards again depending on the product: maximum 50 Y&M and 100 TACC per plate on a minimum of 30 minutes exposure so I would start by working to this and review.

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Tony




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