In a webinar recording, we will demonstrate the benefits of digital recorder technology in dairy equipment inspection for state inspectors and for the dairy itself.
28 Nov 2022
Anderson-Negele has recently brought to market our innovative Paperless Process Recorder (PPR) and Legendary™ cloud software for use in PMO applications across the US. We have worked closely with various state and federal regulators to develop a product that meets current PMO requirements for several recording/control applications including STLR & SFLR.
In a webinar recording, we will demonstrate the benefits of digital recorder technology in dairy equipment inspection for state inspectors and for the dairy itself. You can watch the recording of the webinar by clicking on the image here:
The webinar content is based on the regulations of the Memorandum-b by the FDA, whose issuance is considered imminent. This memorandum will then also apply retrospectively to all PPRs already installed in dairies and milk processing plants across North America. This will give all users the assurance that they can already benefit today from the advantages of the PPR for significantly simplified process control, quality monitoring and data archiving, and will soon have an equipment M-b which verifies all PMO regulatory requirements.
A PPR can easily be installed in place of an existing chart recorder and connected to the same sensors, so that a changeover to digital process monitoring can be made easily, quickly and without complications. The M-b is a letter which is issued by the FDA to show that a particular device/system has been found to be compliant with a section or application within the PMO. It gives state dairy regulators confidence that the product meets all PMO requirements and reduces the complexity and risk for both dairy and inspector of each state approving a new piece of technology following their own review. In partnership with FDA and the dairy market this solution is an important step to solve a recording method that has existed for more than 100 years.