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21.05.2019, 11:44

When Clean Is Not Enough

EMEA, Supplier News
Dustcontrol has launched the "Good For Food" (GFF) process extraction and general cleaning range for the food industry.

 

Designed to met stringent EU and FDA regulations and hygiene requirements, the new product features colour-coded brushes and accessories to minimise the risk of cross-contamination.

 

Designed for smooth handling and easy cleaning, Good For Food suction brushes are manufactured from antistatic (ESD) materials, are autoclavable.

 

An innovative separator makes it possible for food producers to reuse ingredients which have been separated out (including grain, flour, spices and other dry foodstuffs).

 

The company has also announced the launch of a comprehensive range of cleaning accessories and hoses which have also been designed specifically for the food industry.

 

Donna Wei Stenberg, Dustcontrol project manager, says: "The new product line will help food producers increase both the quality and the efficiency of their production processes, ultimately leading to increased profitability."

 

Visit www.dustcontrol.se for more information.

 

 

 

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