Fresh Produce Instruments plays a pivotal role in empowering the fresh produce industry by offering cutting-edge technical instruments. Its mission is to enable businesses to monitor, maintain, and enhance the quality of their fresh produce. The company specializes in providing innovative solutions that address the measurement and control of crucial parameters influencing product quality.
Fresh Produce Instruments is excited to announce its participation in Fruit Logistica, where it will showcase its latest advancements. Join the comapany at Hall 1.2, Stand D-40, from February 7 to 9, to explore its comprehensive range of devices. Immerse yourself in firsthand experiences to witness the exceptional quality and functionality that Fresh Produce Instruments bring to the fresh produce sector. Your visit promises valuable insights into elevating the standards of your produce quality.
Initially developed for NASA, now Airocide® is to be used in fresh produce. The technology uses photocatalitic oxidation, the only UV-based technology that does not generate Ozone, which is toxic and harmful. The equipment does not produce any harmful substances, its use is completely safe. This is the reason why NASA uses this technology up to this day. The device meets the requirements of the European Union EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) 2014/30 and Low Voltage 2014/35 directives. The Airocide® technology is cleared by the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration) as a Class 2 medical device.
Airocide® eliminates 99.99% of airborne pathogens, mycotoxins, PM2.5, pollen, spores, mold, bacteria, viruses, VOCs, smells, smoke. Additionally units extend shelf life of fresh produce and reduce weight loss for up to 60% (case study on blueberries by Agricultural University of Thessaloniki), for ripen avocados - it extends shelf life for 1 week (experience of Prosol, ABC Westland, NL), for tomato - it prevents mold on the stems of the tomatoes (Nemeskert Kft., Hungary).
Catalytic Generators invented and patented the ethylene production process for ripening chambers in 1973. The system consists of a catalytic-type generator that converts a liquid concentrate called Ethy-Gen® II into safe levels of ethylene, a natural plant hormone produced by many fruits, including bananas, tomatoes, avocados, mangos, and pears.
Felix Instruments offers a wide range of non-destructive produce quality assessment and precision gas analysis devices.
SUNFOREST, a Korean developer specializing in NIR spectroscopy technology, is known as one of the leading companies in the field of non-destructive and Chemometric-based measurement instruments for the agriculture industry. Previously, SUNFOREST was the supplier of NIR spectroscopy sensors for non-destructive sorting systems.
Fresh Produce Instruments team is eager to discuss your needs and offer tailored solutions. The company will be glad to meet you in person! Add to your visit list: Hall 1.2, Stand D-40.