For those using electronic devices in production areas, what are you using? Laptops? Tablets? Desktop computers?
What type of protection from the elements?
One of our rooms is a dry room with flour dust. My concern is that the flour dust will cause issues with the electronic device. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions?
I used to work at a place that milled rice flour.
It was everywhere- it didn't mar the tablet or smart phones, but we had to blow out our desktops (in the enclosed supervisor room adjact to the mill room) with computer air cans often.
Ironcially, the dust did competely destroy one piece of electonic equipmet -
Eff. That. Printer.
The dust would *always* get in the machine and trigger the jam sensors. It owuld not print. There was no jam. I knew the repair tech by name within two months. If we needed a hard copy of somehting, a supervisor always had to stop and print it out, because we had keys to the office area.
Here's a link to a popular web comic regarding printers which reflects my feelings on them aftter working next to the mill room (it also has a helpful food safety tip about meat expiration) -
Edited by magenta_majors, 26 March 2014 - 01:15 AM.