Pipings and Fittings : Integral Elements in the Design of a F&B Manufacturing Line
The food and beverage production lines use pneumatic tubing, Polyurethane Tubing, U tube and pneumatic piping as they are regarded as ideal for various applications.
Polyurethane tubing materials are important when interior designing for F&B manufacturing areas. Many in this industrial sector allow interior designers to incorporate aesthetically pleasying ideas to complement the functionality of the food and beverage manufacturing lines. The purpose of which is to make the functional area appear inviting and open to different possibilities.
Designing the Manufacturing Line to Prevent Contamination
Food contamination is one possibility that interior designers must focus on to prevent it from happneing in a food and beverage manufacturing area:
Polyurethane tubing for food and beverages are well appreciated because of their excellent flexibility and strong resistance against abrasions and crimps. Another plus factor is that they are agreeable with the economical and quick to install push-to-connect fittings, barbed couplings or compression connectors. Leaks occurring in pipes are usually the results of incompatible fittings.
The Growing Demand for Fresh Food to Combat Consumption of Processed Food
Consumers today have become more discriminating and demanding, There have been instances in the past when food manufacturers used preservatives but did not give importance to the nutritional value and sensory characteristics of food. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for fresh food.
Mainly because fresh means not going through processing that makes use of additives, preservatives, sugar, acid and salt. That being the case, the interior designs of a manufacturing environment for food and beverages, must keep that image of maintaining freshness in the extraction and extrusion of raw materials.
Exposure to chemical, physical and microbial contaminants must be prevented not only on the surface level but also in the supporting piping systems. This denotes making the matter of keeping openings and
tightly sealed and uncompromised against dusts, pests and other minute elements.
The Interior Design Process and Its Inclusion in the Planning Stages
Interior designers before carried out their roles only after the engineers and architects have performed theirs. That is no longer the case in the modern construction world since interior decorators are now in the midst of discussions during the planning stages. The interior design profession has become increasingly specialized in a more complex environment where heat, sunlight and wind direction can influence the functionality of a room. It’s now widely recognized that interior decorators have the skills to make rooms more responsive to environments and to the changes in lifestyles, economic conditions and in some cases, social goals of a business.