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Food Industry

The food industry, both in the human and animal sectors, presents various challenges related to air filtration, which can vary significantly depending on the processed products. During industrial processes, there may be suspensions of dusts such as flours or emissions of fumes from high-temperature cooking, and the presence of oily fumes. Many of these substances tend to affect everything: they make floors slippery, solidify on surfaces, pipes, and ducts, and create dirt and layers.

The food sector generates a considerable waste of heat, often not fully utilized, and is one of the areas where odor production and olfactory pollution occur. Additionally, it is essential to note that, in certain process stages, there might be the presence of dust with potential explosive risk.

Regarding dust presence, some activities within the food sector, such as processing dry ingredients or handling fine powders during production, can generate atmospheres with a high concentration of suspended dust in the air. Under certain conditions, these dust particles can become combustible and pose an explosion risk. This is particularly critical in environments where flammable gases or vapors are present.

To mitigate the risk of dust explosions, companies in the food industry must adopt preventive measures, such as air filtration systems that are perfect for addressing the industry's challenges and fully compatible with required standards.

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