When we talk about the production processes that take place in an industrial plant within the food sector, it is important to take into account a series of variables and factors that Industry 4.0 can help automate and improve in terms of quality, efficiency and occupational safety.
For example, in terms of production, specific applications for automation and control of all processes are already very common in modern plants. It is also very common to use powerful software to carry out complete analyses at critical points to prevent contamination of processed products, ensuring that they always reach consumers in optimal conditions.
Example of automatic control of a CIP unit using a PLC panel.
On the other hand, it is also important to highlight that it is the production plants that have to constantly adapt to the new market trends in the industrial sector, as consumers are increasingly valuing buying natural food with less saturated fats and healthier products; this is where new technologies and our state-of-the-art machinery play a fundamental role.
In our company we have pilot plants that allow us to quickly study and identify the viability of each piece of equipment or plant, thereby minimising errors, analysing information in advance, such as the expected production capacity or the specific needs of all the processes involved in the production line from start to finish.
Heat treatment units and performance test mixtures
Thanks to these test plants, we can also see and control the costs, thus helping us better adapt to your budget, meaning we can offer you a competitive final price suited to the specifications of your product or industrial plant.
Finally, we cannot forget to mention that automation and Industry 4.0 undoubtedly bring with them an improvement in the final quality of consumer products, which is essential in order to be competitive in today’s market. Often, increasing the quality of products does not necessarily mean that the final price of these products will also increase. The question is… Is it possible to produce higher quality food at a lower cost and in a more efficient way? The answer is very simple and clear, yes. Only if you invest in automated machinery like ours.