Why the Dairy and Food Processing Industry Use Stainless Steel

Posted on October 30, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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Prevent the spreading of disease and food contamination by using stainless steel.

It is interesting to discover how the benefits of stainless steel extend beyond personal cookware.  Many home kitchens understand the advantages to cooking with this metal and that is why it is a preferred material for cookware and utensils.  It’s durable, corrosion-resistant and has unsurpassed hygienic traits that other materials do not exhibit.  But did you know this extends to commercial industries too?  I have extensively discussed the uses of this metal in the marine, oil and gas, and environmental clean-up settings but what about the presence of stainless steel in the dairy and food processing business?

Prevents the Contamination of Johne’s Disease in Dairy Cows

Scientists have learned that when farmers use stainless steel water troughs then Johne’s disease within dairy cows is prevented.  According to the USDA, this may save a dairy business as much as “$200,000 per year in a herd of 1,000 dairy cows.”  These financial fatalities mainly consist of a production decrease/profits loss and cover the necessary removal costs of infested animals.

Prohibit Food Contamination through Stainless Steel Tanks

Stainless steel plays a vital factor in the food production industry.  Stainless steel tanks are essential to the effectiveness and success of this business.

Stainless steel does not corrode and is highly rust-resistant meaning when chemicals and food acids come into contact with this material the tanks stays intact.  This preserves the food nutrients and tastes while excluding any undesirable toxins and/or chemicals from entering the mixture.

To find out more about how your business can benefit from using stainless steel and nickel alloys, call us today!

 

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