ITEC and Carometec Release New Sanitation Equipment, "The Mano Complete" For Foodborne Illness Prevention

ITEC and Carometec add innovative new hand washing and sanitation equipment, "The Mano Complete" to their line of cutting edge technology and support for food processing safety and sanitation equipment.

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The Mano Complete truly brings about the highest level of food handler’s hand hygiene. -Jeb Supple

Peosta, Iowa (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

ITEC and Carometec, world leaders in the manufacture and distribution of state of the art automatic food safety equipment, have just announced the release of the latest addition to their line of hand washing equipment. Aptly named, "The Mano Complete" from ITEC ("mano" is Spanish for "hand"), this new technology addresses the well-known importance of hand sanitation in the food handling industry.

In recognition that individual employees play a vital role in maintaining safety standards and practices that keep up with today's fast-paced circumstances within the food handling and processing industries, ITEC and Carometec offer hygiene technology that exceeds the EU and USDA regulations and utilizes processes that compel employees to accomplish intensive hand washing and disinfection.

“The Mano Complete truly brings about the highest level of food handler’s hand hygiene. Carometec is proud to present this product to the world of food safety,” states Jeb Supple of Carometec.

With an innovative system that requires employees to complete certain tasks as they pass through the machine before entry into sensitive processing areas is granted, "The Mano Complete" makes true disinfection possible via an achievable log 5 reduction in germs. Access through the incorporated turnstile is allowed only after hands are washed, dried paper-free and disinfected.

Furthermore, this compact technology is easily installed in existing buildings and additional hygiene equipment can be implemented in accordance with case by case facility requirements.

Each year approximately 48 million unsuspecting people become ill from eating contaminated food. A recent report by the U.S. Public Safety Group states that in the past two years, as we moved toward the implementation of new food safety laws, the number of those becoming ill or dying from foodborne illness has increased an alarming 44%. The USDA's new inspection policies go into effect this year with the hope of preventing contaminated products from being distributed and avert necessary recalls in the meat, processed egg and poultry industries.

With hand sanitation being an important factor for preventing contamination, automated systems give a much needed boost to the industry's goal of reducing the spread of the bacteria that cause this dangerous illness. Automated systems like The Mano Complete, as well as other equipment including automated boot washing equipment, take prevention a giant step further in stopping contamination at the source, before it can enter the building.

About Carometec: A leader if hand sanitation systems, contact Carometec for more information on the Mano Complete, and all of your other sanitation equipment needs. Visit their website at: http://www.carometecusa.com or call 563-582-4230 today!


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