Air quality in the production of food is a growing concern for clients and the consumers of their products. Stringent legislation places emphasis on hygiene in the food industry. Efficient air filtration systems (filters and air recirculation systems) can reduce the levels of microorganisms in the air.
Whether a client is manufacturing hard candy, coated gum, or bread, Cobeal supplies filter systems for indoor climate control in all types of applications. We design and sell pioneering IAQ systems and clean room solutions for the food industry.
Limiting microbiological contamination
Resistance to corrosion
Rapid development of processes and production
Quick and efficient maintenance
Access for in-situ testing
Food safety compliance certificates
Cobeal develops IAQ solutions to help our customer improve indoor air quality for the lowest possible energy cost. Our solutions protect people, processes and the environment from air pollution, while reducing their carbon footprint, in a profitable way.
Sustainable buildings reduce the overall impact of the built environment on human health and the natural environment by:
Energy efficiency enables customers to achieve global financial performance goals. Sustainable IAQ solutions provide concrete answers to new requirements from authorities regarding climate change mitigation and energy efficiency policies, without compromising indoor air quality.
Cobeal helps customers find the right balance between energy conservation and people health or environment protection.
Energy efficiency is often placed as the number one objective, but it is indoor air quality that provides human comfort and proper ventilation, aiding human health.
A quality IAQ solution leads to multiple cost savings and enhanced productivity.
The Cost of Ventilation
Building ventilation costs can be significant. A poorly designed ventilation system can increase system costs by an average of 30%. From a long-term perspective, energy consumption is the major overall cost in an indoor air quality system.
Cobeal works with customers to determine precise life cycle costs (LCC) for a particular system, with its unique conditions and requirements. We help customers make choices that optimize systems in alignment with their goals.
COST OF ENERGY
Calculations reveal that energy normally accounts for 70% of the total life cycle cost of a system.
Outdoor air carries 200 to 1,500 bacteria per m3. So an air handling unit with a capacity of 10,000 m3/h will supply between 2 to 15 millions bacteria each hour.
Protecting human health is a major concern for governments.
Measures may include product withdrawal and destruction, or even closure of all or part of the offending company for an appropriate period. In order to ensure product safety, those in charge of plants are required to: