Phytosanitary control for wood and timber exporting temperatures requirements
What is phytosanitary control?
Phytosanitary control is the Marrari solution for companies that want to export their timber according to the norms of the MAPA and other Governamental Institutes.
That is, this equipment is homologated by the governmental institution so that it can be used in the KD and HT process as a confirmator that the process was executed correctly.
And why use the plant health control of the Marrari?
Because without the certificate accredited by MAPA, the packaging is unable to embark to countries where the phytosanitary norm is in force.
That is, the cargo is stopped at the port by the Ministry of Agriculture and has to be withdrawn.
How does phytosanitary control work?
Phytosanitary control operates in a way that ensures that the temperature during drying, or another method after drying, reaches a level in which it kills all insects, fungi and other invaders that may proliferate in the importing country.
It is worth checking the map site to see the appropriate temperatures for each country.
And why use the Marrari equipment?
Because our equipment is optimized for your company! We create ways to improve the performance of production processes without excessive loss using methods such as OEE and Industry 4.0. Thus creating a more efficient, productive and modern production environment!
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APPLICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
Both systems meet all the requirements of the International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures – ISPM No. 15, as they allow the measurement of the ambient temperature in 3 different points and the measurement of the temperature of the wood in 1 point, in a total of 4 temperature sensors.
Both systems also have software for data storage and reporting for phytosanitary certification.