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The use of 180 ° dry saturated steam for sanitizing in the food industry finds many applications, from cleaning machinery, conveyor belts, mixers, ovens, etc

In the specific case of the food industry, the safety of the product for consumption is of absolute importance. The care of this fundamental requirement, which confers a strategic importance to the sanitary aspects in the company environment, is achievable thanks to the scientific knowledge and technological applications that only an “industrial” logic has been able to develop.

Various studies carried out by experts in the sector have found that 90% of contamination, relatively to food, occurs during the production and packaging process. In recent years, especially in the areas dedicated to packaging, this problem is increasingly felt due to the continuous addition of rules that concern the protection of food hygiene. Therefore, strict cleaning and disinfection programs have been adopted to eliminate any type of bacteria / germs, molds etc. from the worktops.

Traditional cleaning develops through four distinct phases: water with detergents, disinfection with chemicals, rinses and drying.
Tecnovap instead proposes the use of steam at 180 ° which guarantees adequate sanitation and a certain elimination of microorganisms that die from thermal shock. 

Steam emission combined with simultaneous suction allow the treated surfaces to dry immediately; also thanks to special accessories, custom designed by the company, buyers are guaranteed the possibility of sanitizing difficult or impossible points to reach using the usual traditional cleaning methods.


•  Adequate sanitation of work surfaces.
•  Removal of food residues such as scale, oil, grease etc.
•  Significant abolition of costs for downtime of machinery and production lines through automatic systems for sanitizing conveyor belts.
•  Elimination of costs for the disposal of waste residues.
•  Savings on the use of detergents and chemicals.

•  Considerable reduction of water consumption.