Milk sanitation programs and regulations are some of the oldest and most respected activities of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS), and have been critical to greatly reducing the number of milk-borne outbreaks to <1% of all reported outbreaks. Chief among these regulations is the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO). As the dairy industry evolves with new products, new processes, and new materials, PMO provides guidelines for safe health practices enabling the use of new knowledge and technologies across the dairy sector.
Dairy industry participants must be vigilant at every stage of production, processing, pasteurization, and distribution of milk and dairy products to ensure PMO compliance. This must be balanced with remaining competitive from standpoints of cost, efficiency, and profitability. Key to this balance is quality controls, recorders, and instrumentation, which Yokogawa has been providing to the dairy industry for decades.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- Overview Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO)
- What is it?
- What are the requirements?
- High Temperature Short Time (HTST)
- Role of recorders / paperless recorders in PMO
- Approval process
- Yokogawa PMO Difference
- NTEP approval on Coriolis meters – make sure you get what you pay for when unloading raw milk and other ingredients
Field Application Sales Specialist
Glenn Bisceglia is Yokogawa’s Field Application Sales Specialist in the Midwest for data acquisition and control products. He has 40+ years of instrumentation experience, specializing in data acquisition, FDA 21 CFR part 11 compliance, and most recently PMO compliance in recorders.
The food and beverage industry must produce safe, high-quality foods and beverages for consumers. In addition to quality control, the manufacturing processes include many challenges such as managing ingredients, improving efficiency and handling global environmental issues. Yokogawa leverages its decades of technological expertise to help customers build and operate the ideal factory.
ROTAMASS is the integral and remote type Coriolis Mass Flow Meter. Both types have highly refined digital signal processing electronics, so that accurate and stable mass flow measurement is achieved.
Data acquisition (DAQ) instruments measure, record, analyze, and present real-world phenomena. They also measure electrical signals such as voltage, current, power as well as measurements through sensors and transducers including temperature, pressure, flow, level, strain, acceleration, pH, humidity and more.
A Coriolis mass flowmeter measures mass through inertia. Liquid or dense gas flows through a tube that is vibrated by a small actuator. This acceleration produces a measurable twisting force on the tube proportional to the mass. More sophisticated Coriolis meters employ dual-curved tubes for higher sensitivity and lower pressure drop.
Paperless recorders are fully integrated data acquisition and display stations with secure, built-in data storage and network connectivity.
Portable data acquisition systems are fully integrated, data acquisition and display stations with secure, built-in data storage and network connectivity. Portable versions are available for industrial and laboratory applications.
SMARTDAC+TM GP10/GP20 is a paperless recorder that provides intuitive, human-centric design, web-enabled functionality, and scalable architecture.
SMARTDAC+ GX10/GX20 is a multi-point touch screen recorder that provides intuitive, human-centric design, web-enabled functionality, and scalable architecture. The GX20 also supports 920 MHz band wireless communication.