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Food processors using Individual Quick Freeze (IQF) CO2 cryogenic freezer tunnels have found CO2 Gas Sensors
necessary to measure area CO2 gas levels in order to provide working personnel safety. The installation of
the Model 2156 CO2 gas monitor will meet the USDA requirements for CO2 gas monitoring and provide a proper level of
CO2 measurement safety.
A new and emerging process is to use pressurized Carbon Dioxide CO2 gas sensor treatment in
juice processing to inactivate food enzymes through creating a carbonic acid liquid. The
result is maintaining the nutritional benefits and flavor of fresh squeezed juice while
extending the storage and usable shelf life.
Seafood processors have found that the use of a gas mixture of Carbon Monoxide CO sensor,
Carbon Dioxide CO2 sensor and Nitrogen N2 sensor allow for a stable and safe quality product,
reduced growth of pathogenic bacteria, a longer microbiological shelf life and a attractive
wholesome appearing product.
Dairy applications using Carbon Dioxide CO2 sensors during processing inhibits the growth of
microorganisms that cause spoilage thus allowing for longer periods of storage prior to
shipment and shelf life.
Control of CO2 sensor concentration levels is also used for the ripening and storage of
fruits and vegetables.
Areas of Application:
CO2 Cryogenic Freezer Tunnel,