Pastes and cookies

In the processing industries, the production lines must be controlled and supervised efficiently in order to fulfill the very high requirements in terms of quality and food traceability.

That it either because the factory functions in tended flow, with very important radial forces, or because one deals with a living matter, with a fresh produce without conservative nor additive (domestic pastry cooled rolled for example), the constraints which weigh on the device of production are very strong.
One passes from traceability “matters” (flour of such quality resulting from such supplier) to a traceability “produced” (labeled batches from a  number to another number).

Pastes and cookies

Food followed to the trace

To be able to attach to any batch resuting from the factory, the nature of the components used, the events which occurred on the production line (maintenance actions, failure of the machines, changes of operators...) but also to add it the related information to the quality control, in an added-value which one cannot do : a M.E.S Software can help you.

Pastry and Cookies’manufacturing is also characterized by a very diversified production which need many receipts. The flexibility of modification of these receipts without loosing productivity is one the major stakes which COOX makes it possible to answer :
An irreproachable batch file guaranteeing a perfect traceability of the manufactured products is associated with the process without complementary development.

• Visualization and piloting since any point of the Intranet
• Event-driven tratment high efficiencies
• Physical or geographical tree structure of the equipment
• Approaches object and ergonomics customizable
• Historisation of alarms, measurements and cards of receipt on standard database
• Support of all the protocols automats (Schnedier, Siemens, Rockwell, OPC, Applicom, TCP/Modbus
• All communications by TCP/IP and OPC
• Runtime software for batch and discrete processes
• Conformity ISA-88/ISA-95
• Graphing modeling of the process without data-processing knowledge
• Detailed planning of the work orders
• Traceability produced (genealogy) ascending and downward
• Modeling of the containers and transfers of matter
• Arborescent visualization of flows
• Follow-up of stocks of workshop raw materials and produced
• FDA requirements 21CFR11
• Synthetic yield (TRS)
• Operational availability
• Effectiveness
• Rate of quality
• Average time of good performance
• Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
• Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR)
• Personalized indicators
• Automatic acquisition or manual sizure of the stops and rejects