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Striking a balance between complying with food safety codes and providing a safe product to the consumer, all while reducing costs and improving efficiencies.


The usage of air compressors to package food and bottle beverages is important to the overall quality and sanitation of the products. With so much potential for contamination, it’s important to have clean pneumatic systems throughout the packaging process. Using clean pressurized air in the food and beverage industry produces quality products that meet FDA regulations and safety standards.

  • Dehydration: Compressed air is used by tools that dehydrate food and vegetable products in order to eliminate water- which could lead to mold and bacteria. This process is most common for foods that have a longer shelf life, such as dried fruit.
  • Bottling: Bottling refers to the process of packaging beverages, which involves preparing, filling, sealing, and labeling. Compressors are used to seal, label, and stamp the bottles.
  • Controls and actuators: Air compressors power the conveyor belts which transfer the various products throughout the factory. From empty bottles to different types of food, it’s beneficial to have reliable compressed air to handle transportation in production that ensures efficiency and maximizes quality.
  • Spraying coatings: Spray coating is used to guarantee extended lifespan of the food and beverage equipment. Compressed air is used in this process during production.
  • Cleaning: Pneumatic tools spray and dry food products so they are clean and at a marketable standard for grocery stores.
  • Vacuum packing: Vacuum devices seal certain packages to ensure no air is trapped within the package. This maximizes the shelf life of items such as packaged cheese, processed meats, and many other products.

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