Solutions to Avoid Cross Contamination

Cross-contamination is what happens when bacteria or other microorganisms are unintentionally transferred from one object to another.” Food, pharmaceutical and chemical companies are faced daily with laws and regulations that require careful and active checks on hygiene subjects. One of the most sensitive topics in this regard is certainly cross-contamination. The rules are strict and require companies always to comply in order to avoid the risk of the consumer coming into contact with substances incorrectly handled. One of the starting points for preventing cross-contamination is to identify the points at risk of contamination, to monitor them, and to assess possible corrective actions.

Delfin offers multiple solutions:
✓ Color-coded accessories for vacuuming
✓ Central vacuum systems
✓ Pneumatic conveyors


Identifying food or applications by color is one of the simplest and recommended procedures for food or pharmaceutical companies that want to avoid cross-contamination.

Color-coded accessories can identify:
✓ A specific food or ingredient
✓ A work area
✓ A special application in the work flow

It is visually recognizable, avoiding the same substance encountering others in the same production plant.
Discover now the entire dedicated range of colorful accessories!


Delfin’s centralized vacuum systems are the easiest and most effective solution to prevent dusts and substances from being dispersed into the environment and contaminating other production areas. Each central vacuum system is tailor-made according to the needs of the customer, to the application and to the type of specific use.


When there is a need to move food or substances in food or pharmaceutical industries, the risk of dispersion and contamination greatly increases. Pneumatic conveyors are the best solution to carry any substance, completely eliminating the risk of cross-contamination. The substances to be handled are in fact taken from a precise point and transported avoiding any possible intermediate contact of other production cycles.