The compute module linked is intended for commercial use, although a lot of standard Pis have also been sold into industry (millions)
Well, I wouldn't use one for safety critical systems. We do not rate the OS or the hardware in that way. You probably want something more deterministic, like an Arduino.
No. The message you should take onboard is that the software running on an Arduino (a microcontroller) is much simpler and more deterministic. Raspbian on a RPi is a full blooded, multi-user, multi-tasking OS with interrupts and a scheduler. The consequences include some uncertainty about when any action will actually take place. That is a characteristic of most OS (on any computer) that are intended for general purpose "computing" as opposed to " real time controlling".
In your case. You need a dedicated PLC with a industrial temperature sensor and a industrial weight/pressure sensor. And the code that goes into the PLC need also be written in a good and save way.
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