Good For Food cleaning equipment range relaunch

By James Ridler contact

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Dustcontrol UK has relaunched its Good For Food cleaning range
Dustcontrol UK has relaunched its Good For Food cleaning range

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Dustcontrol UK has relaunched its Good For Food equipment range for the food industry – enabling a comprehensive source extraction system.

The relaunched range has been extended to specifically include flap valves, suction brushes, flat nozzles, hose connectors, full stainless tubing system, joints, pre-separator, automatic shutter valves and stainless steel filter units.

Manufactured specifically for the food industry, the equipment offers a combination of properties – the accessories are antistatic and ESD certified, which means they can be used in ATEX Zone 22, where dust explosions can occur, and the brushes and nozzles are also approved for food surface contact and the system for food transport.

The brush and accessories are colour coded – five handle colours and two easily interchangeable brush colours – allows for different applications in the factory, different areas or even for different days of the week depending on need.

Metal-detectable

Their material composition also makes them detectable via metal detector as well as being autoclavable up to 121°C, allowing for high-pressure saturated steam cleaning.  

James Miller, managing director of Dustcontrol UK, said: “The system’s pre-separator also makes it possible for food producers to recycle materials that have been separated out, such as grain, flour, spices and other dry foodstuffs. This has a positive effect on the entire economics of production.

 “Our ultimate goal has been to develop a complete and simplified system for the food industry, and we’re thrilled to now be able to offer that. The new system will help food manufacturers to raise both quality and efficiency of their production processes, leading to increased profitability.”

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