Hygienic Design Considerations for Weighing Equipment

May 14, 2024
Contamination can lead to costly recalls, a damaged reputation, and ultimately harm to customers. Learn how to check your weighing equipment for key hygienic features and find practical tips for daily cleaning to prevent cross-contamination.

In many manufacturing industries, a range of regulations and industrial standards provide guidance to ensure product safety and efficacy. Regarding equipment design and use, leading authorities such as the FDA or the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) are very consistent in their Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidance. They all state that equipment should be designed specifically for its intended use, prevent contamination of the manufactured products, and facilitate easy cleaning.

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