How to record a Simple Addition

This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to record a simple addition.

For detailed instructions on how to make an addition via the Dry Goods Batch Tracking and Addition Calculator feature, click here.

This article covers how to:

Direct Action

The specifics and details of each addition are entered manually as text in the Notes and Details sections of the action.

In the example below we've entered the batch number and total amount of the additive used in the Notes section, and in the Details section we've indicated the addition rate, the amount of SO2 solution that has been added to each vessel type, and instructions on how to make the addition.

Tip: For multiple additions to a single lot we recommend recording separate actions for each additive. Additions to multiple lots also requires a separate action for each lot.


Work Order

The specifics and details of each addition are entered manually as text in the Notes and Details sections of the task.

In the example below we've left space to enter the additive batch number and entered the total amount of the additive to be used in the Notes section, and in the Instructions section we've indicated the addition rate, the amount of SO2 solution that needs to be added to each vessel type, and instructions on how to make the addition.

Tip: For multiple additions to a single lot we recommend assigning separate tasks for each additive. Additions to multiple lots also requires a separate task for each.

View & Track Additions