In addition to monitoring the correct temperature in a conditioned space, the finishing of the walls and doors is also important in a HACCP plan. For example, in order to comply with HACCP guidelines, the doors must have smooth and non-absorbent surfaces, so they can be easily cleaned and, if necessary, disinfected. Furthermore, the doors in areas where food is handled must be corrosion-resistant. A good solution for these requirements is the use of a stainless steel door. After all, stainless steel not only provides a bad adhesion surface for bacteria, but is also resistant to corrosion. If you opt for one of the durable Metaflex refrigerator or freezer doors, you seal off your space airtight and hygienically, and thus meet two important requirements for your HACCP plan according to the HACCP guidelines.
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