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Posted 11 August 2023 - 06:49 PM

Pure Gases in Food Manufacturing - how to test for contaminants and purity
 
Took Place:
Friday, August 18, 2023
 
Presenter:
Erin Zimmerman, Customer Service and Sales Manager, Trace Analytics LLC
 
Webinar Overview:
Many food and beverage manufacturers use pure gases in their processes. The purity levels of these gases can greatly impact the end product. The best way to ensure your gases are of appropriate quality is to regularly test. Join Erin Zimmerman, Trace Analytics’ customer service manager, as she outlines the uses of pure gases, common sources of contamination, and the best ways to test for contamination and purity in gases like Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Pure Gas Mixtures.
 
 

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Posted 18 August 2023 - 04:01 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Darla Carlisle : Good morning everyone & Happy Friday from Indiana, USA
Robert : Good morning
MUSTAPHA KHANJARI : Hi everyone from Morocco
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Mohinder Salooja : Greetings and Good Wishres please, M.K. Salooja, India
Daniel Nyanteh : Goodafternoon, Daniel Nyanteh from Ghana.
Mohinder Salooja : Good Evening and Good Wishes please/M.K.Salooja, India
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GLORIA NAMIGADDE : Hi
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Philomena Afeonkhai Afeonkhai : Good day All
Mohinder Salooja : mksalooja@gmail.com.Thanks
Mohinder Salooja : mksalooja@gmail.com
Pratik Vasant Goregaonkar : Good morning from canada
Bijay Kumar Vaidya : Good Evening from NEPAL
Bryce Grant : Good Morning from Ja.
Solveiga GINTERE : Are there the same risk level for MAP in ready-to-use tanks?
MUSTAPHA KHANJARI : Storage can be a source of contamination for gases? If yes can you please explain how?
Duminda Thushara : is it required to check compressed air quality of Blow moulding Extrusion in Food Packaging ?
Pradeep Weerathunga : Please can you explain Oil aerosol  and vapor how effect and difference and generate, etc with compressed air
Prem Prakash Kushwaha Prakash : Hello all
KADI Farid : During contamination audits, the packaging is often highlighted, what is the procedure adopted by you to assess the purity and the degree of contamination, especially of the casings, trays and plastic packaging? Thank you
Klodian Dauti Dauti : Sorry but SQF is annually minimum if direct food contact and it is not vague.
Sambath P P : Good evening. This is Sambath from INDIA 🇮🇳
SONU KUMAR : Good evening I am from India Sonu Kumar
Matthew Creswell : Hello from Oregon, United States of America!
EDWIN OKONG'O : Hello from Mwanza,Tanzania
SONU KUMAR : Hola
SONU KUMAR : Hello Matthew creswell
Gail Hagemann Hagemann : Hello. Sorry I'm late
tina Block : did you have any incident when the testing equipment was the source of the contaminants?
GEORGE KULABA : Greetings from Kampala
Atil Gedik : Have you experienced any micrbiological contamination in compressed air ? BCAS has a requirement for the particles in the compressed air. Do you recommend any limit for M.O in compressed air?
Atil Gedik : Have you experienced any micrbiological contamination in compressed air ? BCAS has a requirement for the particles in the compressed air. Do you recommend any limit for M.O in compressed air?
Pradeep Weerathunga : How can test containment like oil in  high pressure compressed air, is that use same method as explained same
Mohammad Dmohasin : Thanks for the webinar.
tina Block : please provide the risk assessment form
Pratik Vasant Goregaonkar : How can we collect the sample and send it to the lab
Kaolanny Lopez : Which microorganisms do you recommend measuring in nitrogen+CO2?
Laila syahidah Abdul rahim : Ventilation
Sonia Portillo : For food packaging like disposable plates and SQF certification. is required Compresses air test?
Suman Saurabh Saurabh : what type of air filter can use to clean air?
Micloth Gómez Medina Gómez Medina : Thanks for this seminar very interesting information!
Janelle Nicholas : Thank you
Mohammad Dmohasin : We are using CO2 and CO in our MAP meat ground processing. Can your lab check microbial spoilage causing bacteria through producing gas and species identification?
Solveiga GINTERE : We had enterobacteria in MAP. The pipe was installed but washing and disinfection was not implemented. We found this mistake when finished product indicated that enterobacteria limit is  under limit time per time
Milton DELGADO DELGADO : Are there values for quality of air compressed for  food industry?
PREM SAGAR : Thank you for sharing information regarding how to test contaminant
Cathy : Which microorganisms do you recommend measuring in nitrogen?
Pratik Vasant Goregaonkar : How can we collect the direct food contact air sample and send it to the external lab? Can we use swabs to collect air samples?
Mohammed ARAB : is it necessary to equipe the pipeline with terminal filtraion at level of points of use, and is it necessary to check the inetgrity of those filters
Babatunde Agboola : Agboola from Nigeria. Hello all
Mohammed ARAB : In our FSMS , shall we request a performance test/challenge of terminal gases filters?
Atil Gedik : BCAS: British Compressed air association
Mohinder Salooja : Thanks please. Very Good and Live Webinar please,
Mohammed ARAB : is EIGA standards: The European Industrial Gases Association, recognized for gazes used in food industry
Claudia Escobedo : What is recommended if one of the samples failed? (For example, water fail)
Pratik Vasant Goregaonkar : Is there any recommended limits for TPC, coliform and yeast and mold colony count for satisfactory direct food contact air?
Nidhi : What are the comment microbial contamination been seen in co2 and N2? Thank you .
Philomena Afeonkhai Afeonkhai : Is there a handheld equipment to check these in-house?
Vinod Arya : What's acceptable number of yeast and mould in compressed air in food and
Cathy : WHAT ARE THE COMMON ORGANISMS THAT YOU SHOULD TEST FOR UNDER NITROGEN
Cathy : What common micoorganisms should you test for under N2 canning powder
Pratik Vasant Goregaonkar : Thank you so much for the great presentation.
Barbara Bielecki : Interesting presentation. Thank you.
Gail Hagemann Hagemann : Thank you
Robert : Thank you
Philomena Afeonkhai Afeonkhai : Thank you for the presentation!
Solveiga GINTERE : thank You
Mohamed ID-MOUZ ID-MOUZ : Thanks
Vasiliki Damati : Thank you!
Darla Carlisle : Thank you...great info!
Angela Suarez Fajardo Suarez Fajardo : Thanks
Carlito G. Impas Impas : Thank you so much

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