FOOD & BEVERAGE
Honeywell Combustion Safety is proud to support the Food & Beverage Industry! Our Code and equipment experts help to make the boilers, dryers, ovens, fryers, cookers and heaters at food facilities all around the world safer, more reliable and efficient.
Our Clientele consists of Fortune 1000 corporations such as: ConAgra, Tyson Foods, Nestle, JM Smucker, Mondelez and KraftHeinz! These organizations are meeting and exceeding industry safety standards through Honeywell Combustion Safety’s Corporate Programs which include:
Improve in-house personnel’s troubleshooting and hazard recognition abilities for your equipment. Honeywell Combustion Safety has on-site, off-site or online training options!
Engineered Compliance Analysis
Our corporate inspection programs identify all compliance related issues with any existing combustion equipment. Our final reports not only list Code deficiencies, but categorize all discovered issues based on their risk; referencing the Code or National Standard text that supports the deficiency, while providing a recommendation as to what should be done to reach compliance.
Honeywell Combustion Safety Corporate Program customers are given access to our secure online management database, SafeView. This interactive website provides clients access to all of their combustion equipment audit data; which can manipulated to show progress and track costs across multiple sites; achieving corporate compliance faster and raising the bar for safety.
Most manufacturers recommend semi-annual tune-ups of the burners at your facilities. These tune-ups typically result in fuel savings and improved emissions!
You can feel confident if a problem with your fuel-fired equipment exists, Honeywell Combustion Safety can and will resolve it to ensure safety, efficiency, reliability and emissions compliance for all of your processing equipment.
ADDITIONAL FOOD & BEVERAGE RESOURCES
Building an Effective Food & Beverage Safety Program
Food & Beverage Manufacturers are faced with a multitude of regulations to which they must comply. The tips provided in this article will help get you on the right path for developing and/or enhancing your Food & Beverage Safety Program to maintain compliance and possibly reduce costs and advance production.
Is Your Oven Telling You It's Unsafe?
If you know what to listen and look for, your fuel train, purge system, ignition system and explosion-relief panels will tell you when your oven may be operating unsafely.
Solenoid Vent Valve Failures
Valves are intended to regulate pressure and the amount of gas flowing through the unit; they are vitally important to the safe operation of fuel-fired equipment. However, without proper installation, regular inspections and maintenance, there are a wide variety of risks that can surface that those working with and around the equipment must be able to identify and mitigate.
Gas Explosion Stuns Packaging Giant
A Fortune 500 packaged foods company experienced a devastating and deadly explosion during the installation and commissioning of new combustion equipment. The explosion killed 6 people, sent over 70 people to the hospital, damaged 100,000 square feet of the plant and released 18,000 pounds of ammonia into the atmosphere.
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