Phytosanitary treatment

Supply and operation of hybrid complexes based on electron accelerators. Use of the world's best practices for the design and operation of equipment used for phytosanitary treatment


Prevention of the introduction or spread of regulated harmful organisms (including quarantine species) and preservation of the quality of products (fresh and dried fruits and vegetables

Immediate death of quarantine organisms
A significant reduction in the life time of insects
Prevention of insect development (exit from eggs)
Formation of sterility of organisms (including only one sex)
Reflection without further development
Sterility of the F1 generation
Codex Stan. 106- 1983, Rev. 1-2003 General Standard for Irradiated Foods
ISPM 18. 2003. Guidelines for the use of irradiation as a phytosanitary measure. Rome, IPPC, FAO
ASTM F1355-06 (GOST 33302-2015). Standard guide for irradiation of fresh agricultural produce as a phytosanitary treatment 01.01.2016 г.).
In the usage of radiation for phytosanitary treatment:
- Australia (Steritech, Queensland, Brisbane)
- USA (Gateway America, Gulfport, Mississippi / Pa’ina, Hawaii)
- China, India (Krushak, Lasalgaon, Maharastra)
- Thailand (Thai Irradiation Centre, Bangkok)
- Vietnam (An Phu, Ho Chi Minh City)
- Dominican Republic
- Malaysia
- Mexico (Benebion, Guadalajara / Sterigenics, Mexico City)
- South Africa (HEPRO, Cape Town)
- New Zealand
- Pakistan
- Peru
- Philippines, etc.
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