Maximize Your Food and Beverage Safety With Innovative Heat and Beverage Systems from Maximizing Your Food and Beverage Safety, Inc. (MBS). Maximizing Your Food and Beverage Safety, Inc. is a developer and marketer of innovative, high-tech thermal oxidizers for foodservice equipment applications, like coolers, ice machines, kettles, hot beverage machines and more. Its core technology is based on the Maximizer Technology Platform, which is a comprehensive, modular solution for refrigeration, dehumidification, heating and cooling applications. This patented technology was developed by Dr. Zvi Ben-Dor, who received his doctorate degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Davis. His research work focused on optimized systems for energy recovery, low-volume flow control and high-speed cooling.
Invented in 1981, Thermal Oxidizing Materials (TOMS) are materials that absorb heat from the atmosphere, thereby reducing energy costs. They include metals like iron, stainless steel, aluminum and copper as well as nonmetals like fiberglass, plastics and paper. Thermoplastic materials, such as plastic polyethylene (PE), are lightweight, flexible, and can be formed into sheets of various thicknesses. Thermoplastic materials can be mixed with thermoplastics to produce thermoset polyethylene (TPE), which is even lighter, flexible, and ductile. These thermoplastics are commonly used in refrigeration applications.
The maximizer-based or Flexible Process Interface, orFPI, was developed by Maximizing Your Food and Beverage Safety, Inc. to improve processes using the Flexible Process Interface. The technology was first designed for the manufacturing and assembly processing industries. The new process is now used for many refrigeration applications. The efficiency of this flexible process approach depends on the degree of control desired for the final product. By optimizing the quality of ingredients in addition to the type of food or beverage produced, companies can achieve improved productivity.
The key to producing high quality products using the optimizer process is using high-volume machines that are able to speed up the process. The optimizer machines use high-speed robotic programs that can run repetitive cycles quickly to reduce cycle time. The speed-optimized machine runs at a maximum output level that is optimal for production. Other optimizers focus on increasing the quality of the raw materials used in the production process. These machines include ultrasonic mills, plasma cutters, and vacuum filtration systems. They improve the quality of the end products by removing excessive air, solid particles, and grease.
By using a high-volume packed system called the Packaging Equipment optimazion, companies are able to produce high-quality foods and beverages while spending less money on packaging materials. Optimized packaging allows manufacturers to pack their foods or beverages in sanitary environments that are approved by health departments. Some optimizers package foods or beverages in plastic containers that use low VOC plastics to help reduce waste. This helps the company save on packaging material costs, packaging costs, and waste disposal costs.
Optimized production processes create higher quality products that are free from harmful chemicals and other pollutants. When foods or beverages are produced in a clean environment with minimal chemical interaction, the company can also decrease the amount of water, time, and labor that is required to create the products. Many companies are making the investment in these types of machines as they are helping to improve the overall health and wellness of consumers.