BioSafe Systems Introduces New PAA Production for Poultry Processing

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems is introducing a new type of peroxyacetic acid production to the poultry market.  Trademarked as OxyFusion this on-demand system can produce peroxyacetic acid with a neutral, caustic, or acidic pH values to help provide innovative solutions for poultry interventions. Unlike traditional PAA use, this proprietary system eliminates off-gas odors and corrosivity concerns.

OxyFusion can produce PAA for multiple injections points simultaneously while complete cloud data recording monitors functions 24-7 and alerts users of changes to ppm or pH levels. The system’s data collection is easily accessible via smart phone app, user computers, and directly through a screen installed in the structure.

OxyFusion technology is compliant with FDA FCN 1501 and 1554 for poultry carcasses, parts, organs and for all meat, poultry, and fish intervention applications up to 2,000 ppm of PAA. “This new technology is a perfect complement to our existing line of PAA product solutions,” states Rob Larose, CEO of BioSafe Systems.

 

For questions about this press release, please call 888-273-3088.

BioSafe Systems Introduces New Technology for PAA Monitoring in Poultry Processing

EAST HARTFORD, Connecticut – BioSafe Systems announces new technology to monitor PAA concentrations in water used for poultry processing chiller applications. The BioChambersystem is designed for real-time monitoring of chiller process waters where high pH levels and high levels of fats, oils, and greases would typically damage standard probe technology.

The BioChamberis designed to read ppm levels in chiller process water and communicate with the pump controller to maintain desired levels of intervention chemistry. This system allows the chiller to automatically increase or decrease the amount of PAA being introduced, regardless of pH levels, while transmitting all data to a cloud-based data system for 24-hour monitoring and reporting.

For questions about this press release please call 888-273-3088.

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ZeroTol® Canada Label Updates

BioSafe Systems’ ZeroTol Canada has expanded its label to include foliar spray treatment on cannabis produced commercially indoors. ZeroTol Canada is labeled to effectively treat Powdery Mildew (Golovinomyces cichoracearum) and Botrytis Grey Mould (Botrytis cinerea).

The approved label reads:

For Indoor Use
Foliar spray treatment on cannabis (marijuana) produced commercially indoors. Use this product to suppress diseases in cannabis (marijuana) produced commercially indoors. To ensure that this contact fungicide is effective, thorough coverage and wetting of the foliage is necessary.

The full ZeroTol Canada Label can be found on the Government of Canada website under Pesticides and Pest Management, Pesticide Label Search.

Read the full label
Registered #29508.

ZeroTol’s activated peroxide formula controls a wide range of bacterial and fungal diseases. ZeroTol may be used as a stand-alone product or curative control or may be tank mixed with compatible fungicides and insecticides to enhance a preventive control program. ZeroTol is especially suited for direct injection into a misting system for disease-free propagation.

For more information on ZeroTol® Canada please contact us at 860-290-8890 or visit www.biosafesystems.com and www.biosafesystems.ca.

BioSafe 20th Anniversary

Foaming Applications in the Greenhouse with SaniDate 5.0

Eric Smith of BioSafe Systems talks about how turning liquid chemicals into a foam application improves sanitation effectiveness.

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Eric Smith can be reached at esmith@biosafesystems.com.

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Biofilms and the Importance of Irrigation Line Cleaning

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BioSafe Systems Hires Director of Food Safety

East Hartford, CT – BioSafe Systems recently hired Kevin Watson, of Yuma, AZ, as Director of Food Safety for our agriculture market segment. With decades of experience in post-harvest/food safety, Kevin will be assisting growers and processors with sanitation issues and food safety plans from field to fork.

Kevin has 30 years’ experience in agriculture, is a certified ISO 9000 Lead Auditor, FMS, PSA certified and an active member of the LGMA technical sub-committee and the Yuma Safe Produce Council. Prior to BioSafe, Kevin worked as the Raw Product Food Safety Manager for Fresh Express for 13 years. In that role, he managed a nationwide food safety team, as well as food safety operations in Mexico. During his time at Fresh Express, Kevin organized and carried out food safety symposiums, as well as training events with industry influencers, FDA and food safety professionals.

Kevin also has experience working for the USDA, both at the state and federal level. In this position, Kevin managed the first food safety pilot project in Sinaloa, Mexico and helped develop the first USDA food safety audit metric. Kevin says, “In my previous roles, I have been able to meet shippers, producers, governors and the president of Mexico to address issues related to food safety. In my new venture with BioSafe Systems, I feel I will be able to help resolve sanitation issues and make a difference in all food production.”

Outside of his professional food safety experience, Kevin has worked in field agriculture. BioSafe Systems’ California Area Manager, Jay Sughroue Ph.D., is excited to have Kevin join the team due to his “unique experience with on-the-farm, packing house and processing experience. His skill sets fit in well with our field-to-fork structure at BioSafe. Kevin will be able to add valuable input regarding food safety to growers and processors in all stages of the production process.”