BioSafe Systems introduces Specialty Technology for PAA Monitoring in Poultry Chiller Waters

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces new technology for monitoring PAA concentrations in water used for poultry processing chiller applications. BioChamberis designed to monitor peroxyacetic acid and caustic ppm levels at multiple intervention hurdle steps including chillers, dips and spray cabinets, and communicate with the pump controller to maintain desired levels of intervention chemistries.

The BioChamber is equipped with specially designed probe housing for accurate monitoring of chiller process waters where high pH levels and high levels of fats, oils, and greases would typically damage standard technology. This breakthrough technology allows dosing systems to automatically increase or decrease the amount of PAA being introduced, regardless of pH levels. Paired with BioSafe Systems’ BioBuster™, all data is transmitting a cloud-based system for 24-hour monitoring and reporting.

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BioSafe Systems introduces technology for PAA Dosing and Monitoring in Poultry Processing

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces BioBuster, an integrated control and monitoring system used to manage a variety of PAA applications within the processing plant. This system is designed to control pumps, equipment, and dosing with a variety of control meters, probes, and valves.

Communication with pump controllers automatically maintains desired levels of intervention chemistry, pH adjusters, and other required chemistries throughout the operation. For areas where high pH levels, high levels of fats, oils, and greases would typically damage standard probe technology, pair BioBuster with BioSafe Systems’ BioChamber™, a proprietary technology designed to provide highly accurate monitoring of chiller process waters.

The BioBuster provides real-time monitoring of all intervention points and cloud-based reporting capabilities allows customers to generate large amounts of operational data which increases efficacy, efficiency, and savings.

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BioSafe Systems introduces BioSafe Continuous Dosing System (CDS) for livestock water treatment

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces BioSafe Continuous Dosing System, a single chemical pre-dilution tank that provides ultra-lean dilutionsand eliminates hand mixing stock solutions. Available in three models, this system keeps livestock water lines clear of scale, mineral build-up, harmful bacteria, algae, and heavy soils.

The BioSafe CDS is easily integrated with existing medicators, reduces handling and monitoring of chemicals, and provides safer working environments to employees.

Pairing BioSafe CDS with BioSafe Systems’ SaniDate®5.0 maintains clean and disease-free water for your livestock by utilizing the proven power of peroxyacetic acid to break up biofilm and mineral deposits to clean your water lines. SaniDate 5.0 is safe to use as both a drinking water sanitizer or during routine maintenance.

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BioSafe Systems is American Made

EAST HARTFORD, CT – For 20-years, BioSafe Systems has been working hard to support the American farmer with their mission to manufacture safe and effective disease-control solutions. By utilizing the power of peroxyactic acid (PAA) and other non-harmful chemistries, BioSafe Systems is offering an alternative to the status quo of chemical interventions and enduring to provide the citizens of the United States with a safe and sustainable food and water supply for years to come.

Three-generations of family have been involved in making BioSafe Systems the company it is today, and we are proud to supply numerous other family-operated businesses with the products bearing our name. With manufacturing locations in Cairo, GA and Sparks, NV, a team of sales representatives, and our headquarters in CT, we employ over 100 people from across these United States.

We live in an amazing country and are thankful to run a business that positively impacts our lands and supports the lives of our employees, family, and customers across the nation.

American Solutions • American Made • American Proud

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BioSafe Systems has upgraded Nevada manufacturing location

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces that it has completed a major upgrade to its manufacturing facility located in Sparks, NV. The upgrades include new stainless-steel storage tanks with associated pipework and the ability of producing high-strength PAA.

These upgrades meet all requirements of OSHA PSM procedures. In addition to the enhancements to PAA production capabilities, a new production line has been installed for our botanical crop-protection products and we have expanded current warehouse facility space.

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East Hartford, CT — BioSafe Systems, LLC announced that it has earned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product label. The product, AXXE® Broad Spectrum Herbicide, is now able to display a unique USDA label that highlights its percentage of biobased content.

“We applaud BioSafe Systems, LLC. for earning the USDA Certified Biobased Product label,” said Kate Lewis, USDA BioPreferred Program. “Products from BioSafe Systems, LLC. are contributing to an ever-expanding marketplace that adds value to renewable agriculture commodities, creates jobs in rural communities, and decreases our reliance on petroleum.”
AXXE is a sustainable herbicide formulated to deliver maximum performance through ammoniated pelargonic salts. AXXE can be applied outdoors and around buildings or structures, with no residue left behind.

The USDA Certified Biobased Product label displays a product’s biobased content, which is the portion of a product that comes from a renewable source, such as plant, animal, marine, or forestry feedstocks. AXXE’s active ingredient, Ammonium Nonanoate, is a plant fatty acid that penetrates the cell wall of plants, disrupting the cellular functions of the targeted weeds and killing them within hours of application.

BioSafe Systems’ AXXE holds this third-party verification for a product’s biobased content, which is administered through the USDA BioPreferred Program. One of the goals of the BioPreferred Program is to increase the development, purchase and use of biobased products. This aids in the expansion of the U.S. bioeconomy – where society looks to agriculture for sustainable sources of fuel, energy, chemicals, and products.

“BioSafe is humbled and proud to be honored with initiatives that invest in the future of sustainable agriculture in a multi-faceted field-to-packing approach, utilizing innovations to help producers address evolving changes in agriculture production practices,” says Michael Larose, Technical Marketing Coordinator at BioSafe Systems.


Complete the Mission

By: Rob Larose, President & CEO of BioSafe Systems

“Complete the mission” is one of my favorite sayings. I love to set a goal and complete it. Truth be told, my goals and missions are a lot less daunting than what others may set for themselves.

Some people want to climb Mt. Everest or graduate with a PhD in Molecular Physics from MIT. My missions tend to be a bit more subdued but of great importance. Sometimes, it begins with an idea to create a product and then, that idea morphs from a concept into a full-fledged effort – also known as BioSafe Systems.

Being a history buff has given me the opportunity to read many books on WWII and learn about the struggles often faced when trying to complete a mission. Lyle Bouke, a 21-year-old lieutenant in the Battle of the Bulge during WWII, was given an order to defend his men at all costs. The German army was lined up to march down the very road him and his 12 men were standing on. Although they ran out of ammunition and were all taken as prisoners, the end of the 24-hour battle resulted in an entire German Battalion defeated by 13 men.

Winter is a busy time for BioSafe: registrations are on the rise and our 30+ products need to be registered by December 31st of the year. If we have a one word off on our labels, the whole process must be restarted and done again. Just alone, the EPA registration process includes detailing the product formula, proposed label and data on the active ingredient. Our mission is to face road blocks head on and come out stronger on the other side.

When a product is FDA-approved, it has been tested and deemed safe for consumer use. At BioSafe, we assure our consumers that each product is certified effective. Being an EPA-registered product has served us well as a company. Our registrations team is always hard at work ensuring that the product should do what the label says and not pose a health hazard to the user. When I am frustrated with road blocks that the EPA and or FDS could potentially throw our way, I remember that I have a great team to back me up. I have the modern-day version of Lyle’s men.

They will always complete the mission with me.