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NSF Food Safety Guidelines for Equipment Manufacturers

Last Updated: July 2, 2019

Food equipment manufacturers are regularly made to draft designs that take into consideration the many national and international safety guidelines their clients are made to follow. In a nutshell, they must pay close attention to the smooth and impermeable quality of all surfaces, beware of crevices in which food or dirt might become stuck, and design …

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3 Tips on Selecting the Ideal Food Grade Stainless Steel

Last Updated: July 2, 2019

Everyone knows that, for food-grade applications, stainless steel is the surface material to beat. In addition to being nearly poreless, stainless steel is much more resistant to rust than its iron-based counterparts and can withstand searing temperatures that would easily melt plastic. This unbeatable protection is due to stainless steel’s tough oxide layer, which allows the material’s …

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GVWR vs. GCWR: What’s the Difference for Truck Makers?

Last Updated: November 8, 2019

Ever since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) first formed in 1970, there has been an onslaught of rules and regulations that fleet managers, operators, and truck makers alike have been made to follow. While these regulations vary greatly, both in terms of seriousness and complexity, the two that are most often confused are none other …

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