shutterstock_54202042In low concentrations, natural components in the air, such as dust particles, bacteria, or spores, are usually not dangerous to people. High-quality filtration products can assist manufacturers in maintaining stringent production standards and support high product yields.

The removal of micro-organisms for example, can significantly improve the shelf-life of products and remove spoilage, giving significant savings.

The industry typically uses zone concepts to protect beverages and foods in each production process. The zone concepts split the production facility into rooms according to hygiene level; there are “high-risk”, “high-care” and “low-risk” zones. The filtration level needed varies depending on the product being produced.