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THAILAND : MANGO EXPORTER SETS UP WITH VHT PROGRAM








COMPANY PROFILE




Introduction:

P&F Techno Company Limited : Headquarter located at 797/98 Soi Sutthiporn, Dindaeng, Dindaeng 10400. 

We manage vapor heat treatment factory for friuts exported. Located at 601 Vapor Heat Treatment Factory, Dapartment of Agricultural Extension, Phahonyothin Rd., Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok. 10900 Thailand. 


Tel.02-942-7021-3 Fax. 02-942-7024



P&F Techno Co.,Ltd. appreciate potentiality of Thai fruits in global market. Use new knowledge and new technology to develop quality of export fruits. That make an idea to reform and develop vapor heat treatment of Department of Agricultural Extension for increase standard and value of Thai export fruits.



  









P&F Techno Co.,Ltd. established since 10 September 2007 with registered capital 10 million baht. 



P&F Techno Co., Ltd. is a company that export more variety of Thai fruits to many countries such as mango, mangosteen, durain, pineapple, banana, etc. 



Purpose of our company is develop Thai fruit quality and increase quantity of Thai export fruits to overseas with standard of production and universal management to make fresh, clean and safe products for our customers. Include support new knowledge and technologythat necessary to agriculturist for make a way to improve quality of products.





Our Business

•Vapor heat treatmentour company fruits (Mango and Mangosteen) for export to Japan Korea Brunei and New Zealand.

•Services a Vapor Heat Treatment for another exporter.

•Sort Pack and Export another fruits to global market.

•Produce Merchandise and Maintenance a device and vapor heat treatment. Our company use production technology for sorting quality of fruits with PSS machine (Purespect Sorting System) with sensor system from Japan. Measure by Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR) use in our factory to improve sorting accuracy for customers.

•Sort sugar content (%Brix) of fruits.

•Measure quality of fruits fresh (especialy mangosteen) that has problems with gamboge and translucent.

•Measure quality shell of fruits and weigh.





VAPOR HEAT TREATMENT (VHT)





Vapor Heat Treatment is technology that used vapor for eliminated fruit flies which attach to the tropical fruits such as mango, mangosteen, papaya, lychee and dragon fruit. 



In VHT process must have temperature 43 celsius degrees, the relative humidity is less than 50%. 




Then increase the temperature inside the core of the fruit at a constant 47 celsius degrees for 20 minutes. Measuring the core temperature of the fruit by the temperature sensor plugged.






Then the fruit are sprayed with cold water to cool down temperature of fruit before brought it out of the vapor room and blow with cold air. 



This method was acceptable, that can eliminated the eggs and fruit flies perfectly. 



In the future, can be expanded the tropical fruits market to Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.






http://www.pandftechno.com/about_en_company_profile.html


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Alphonso





Alphonso (mango)
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