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Courses and Training Activities

Visit this page to read about upcoming training activities arranged by our Research Technology Center in Puebla (Mexico)


Thermal Processing Academy


Course date: May 22-26, 2017

Location: PUEBLA (Mexico)

The 5 days course provide an insight in the technological issues related with the thermal processing of foods. Based on this knowledge, participants will be able to understand the impact of their actions and responsibilities on the quality and safety of the product produced.


Whom is the course addressed to?

The course is intended for all staff members who play a role in the manufacture of safe and high quality canned and aseptic foods such as line operators, line supervisors, plant engineers, food technologists, product developers and quality assurance staff.


Course targets

The advanced thermal processing day will provide the participants an insight in the development of thermal processes, how deviations and problems need to be dealt with and how changes to existing processes can affect quality and safety of the product. During the aseptic day training the focus will be on the most important differences from "canning" and "aseptic processing" and in particular on the variables that have the major impact on the thermal treatment (for example: type of heat exchanger, product viscosity, particulate presence, aseptic filling technology).


Course contents

The course will be held by JBT process experts and it will be simultaneously translated in Spanish.


Día 22 de Mayo

  • Cálculo del tratamiento térmico 
    • Efecto de la viscosidad del producto
    • Efecto del la presencia de partículas
  • Esterilizadores con intercambiador de calor tubular

Día 23 de Mayo

  • CIP: Cleaning In Place
  • SIP: Sterilization In Place
  • Llenadora Aséptica
  • Referencias normativas FDA

Día 24 de Mayo

  • Historia del enlatado
  • Microbiología
    • - Aspectos generales
    • - Microbiología de los procesos térmicos
  • Esterilización/Letalidad/Método General
    • Fo-value
    • Po-value
    • Z-value
    • D-value
  • Método General
  • Conceptos de transmisión del calor
  • Sistemas de esterilización
    • Batch
    • Continuos
  • Conceptos de Distribución de Temperatura

Día 25 de Mayo

  • Aspectos avanzados de cálculo numérico
  • Distribución de la temperatura
  • Distribución del calor
  • Estudios de penetración del calor
  • Métodos de cálculo
    • Método General
    • Fórmula de Ball
    • NumeriCAL® software
  • Factores críticos

Día 26 de Mayo

  • Análisis de datos para Distribución de Temperatura
  • Análisis de datos para Penetración de Calor
  • Caso de estudio para calcular un proceso
  • Análisis de desviaciones de proceso
  • Ejemplo práctico con producto

 

Para más información:

puebla.customerservice@jbtc.com

Tel: 222.329.4902 - Fax: 222.329.490


Cuota de participación:

$ 1,000 USD para Canning

$ 750 USD para Procesos Asépticos

Participación completa (los 5 días):

Cuota con descuento $1,500 USD.

Inscripciones hasta el 12 de Mayo 2017


Sede del evento:

JBT de México S de RL de CV

Camino Real a San Andrés Cholula No. 2612

Col. San Bernardino Tlaxcalancingo

72820 San Andrés Cholula, Puebla


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