The first sight of updated sanitising tunnels

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Foodex to see first showcase of IWM sanitising tunnels

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Industrial Washing Machines (IWM) will be showcasing its updated and expanded SAN100e range of sanitising/barrier tunnels for the first time at this month's Foodex show.

With 10 standard models now on offer, which range from a ‘total loss’ low-cost entry-level design to a fully conveyorised recirculated system, IWM claims it can offer systems to meet most food processing needs.

The new sanitisers feature increased belt width and tunnel height, and are suitable for handling produce in buckets, bags, tins and trays up to a maximum size of 575mm wide x 480mm high.

The Edi13 Alta twin-tier utensil and weigh pan washer is the first machine of its type to appear on the government’s water technology list, according to the manufacturer.

Also on show is a Crusader T600 tray washer, a high-power two-stage tray washing system. The model on display will be fitted with a stainless-steel modular belt.

Contact: Industrial Washing Machines

Foodex stand No: G291

Related topics: Hygiene, safety & cleaning

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