Tetra Pak tubular heat exchanger with EHEDG certification
A tubular heat exchanger has obtained EHEDG certification, meeting Europe’s leading food safety standards.
Multinational food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak initiated component testing with EHEDG on its Tubular Heat Exchanger equipment in 2018.
Subsequent tests were completed in 2019, and by 2020 the Tetra Pak Tubular Heat Exchanger received the EHEDG certification.
Tubular heat exchangers are used to heat and cool liquid food, enabling them to be safe for consumption. The heat exchanger is one of the most critical components in a processing line as it is the hottest part during heat treatment and where fouling is most likely to occur.
Therefore, innovation advances in hygienic engineering and design are key to meet increasing food safety demands consistently.
EHEDG promotes safe food by improving hygienic engineering and design in all aspects of food manufacturing.
Following the initial tests, the company made modifications to develop a new seal with a super-hygienic design and shape, which uses material approved according to US FDA and EU harmonised rules.
Tubular Heat Exchangers are used to process liquid dairy products, beverages and infant formula, as well as many other food applications.
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