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What are the consequences of poor air control ?

Poorly controlled airflows are often at the origin of serious contaminations. Different materials can be carried by air: mineral and organic dust, plant or animal elements, micro-organisms related to seasonal cycles.

Our experts from LCB food safety can study your airflows to control your product environment. This expert analysis involves 3 phases :
- a field audit by experts to visualise the airflows, measure leaks and monitor the real effectiveness of overpressure;
- a diagnosis of the information gathered, drawing up a map of your airflows and determining risk areas, sources and vehicles of microbiological contamination;
- recommendations for solutions dedicated to controlling airflows and microbiological risks (in relation to the areas mapped): controlling air quality by maintaining a microbiological balance; measuring chemical safety by analysing the amount of gas in the air.

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