AMAP (Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging)

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The respiration of different produce can be analyzed with a respiration meter. This product specific data is then transferred to a micro-perforation system, which alters the transmission rate of the packaging. The perforated package regulates the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels, extending the shelf life of fresh produce.
The respiration of different produce can be analyzed with a respiration meter. This product specific data is then transferred to a micro-perforation system, which alters the transmission rate of the packaging. The perforated package regulates the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels, extending the shelf life of fresh produce.
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Verse producten (zoals groente en fruit) blijven ademhalen na het snijden en verpakken. Zuurstof wordt verbruikt en CO2 wordt losgelaten, wat een nadelig effect heeft op de versheid van het product en vaak resulteert in derving. Deze respiratie is heel productafhankelijk en is sterk afhankelijk van de temperatuur. Door de transmissie van het verpakkingsmateriaal aan te passen met microperforaties is het voor producenten mogelijk om de respiratie van hun producten te controleren, wat resulteert in een langere houdbaarheid en minder derving.
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Fresh produce continues breathing when it has been cut (respiration). Oxygen is consumed and carbon dioxide emitted, affecting the freshness of the produce which results in spoilage. This respiration is highly product specific and also depends on temperature. Altering the transmission rate of the packaging material with micro-perforations enables producers to control the respiration of the produce, resulting in a longer shelf life and less spoilage.
== AMAP technologie==
== AMAP technologie==

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