Existing maintenance engineering techniques pursue equipment reliability with a focus on minimal costs, but in the food industry, food safety is the most critical issue. This book identifies how to ensure food product safety through maintenance engineering in a way that produces added value and generates real profits for your organization.Integrati
Introduction. Link between Food Safety and Equipment Criticalities to Address Maintenance Needs. Potential Contribution Given by Food Safety Certifications and GMPs. Critical Study of Quality and Maintenance Engineering Techniques. Critical Review of Condition Monitoring (CM) Techniques. The Process to Design Maintenance Procedures for the Food Industry. Proposals for a Maintenance Implementation Model for the Food Industry. End Product Quality Control. Critical Factors to Manage in the Design and Implementation Process. Conclusions.