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Protection For Food Processing

February 17
09:24 2015

CanalEngineeringFebruary2015In demanding food processing environments where constant pedestrian and vehicular traffic is present along with an extensive cleaning regime, a hardworking and efficient factory is very important. One of the main elements in processing areas is the drainage system, which takes care of all the waste water produced throughout the factory. Having inappropriate or non-existent drainage in the factory can be very costly in the long term and unhygienic for operatives.

Recently, ASPEN Stainless has been working with a leading pie manufacturer renovating their factory with a brand new stainless steel drainage system. With heavy factory traffic passing through ASPEN chose their heavy duty drain channel and 2 bar support channel covers to withstand the weight passing over. The drainage channel was designed to stretch throughout the processing area and underneath the machinery for maximum coverage and increased water flow rates. In addition, outlets with removable trash baskets were installed to manage trapped waste in the drainage system preventing any blockages and increasing cleaning efficiency.

Stainless steel 304/316 is the ideal material choice hygienic conditions. The stainless steel surface has excellent cleanability and provides a maintenance-free, non-tainting solution to any food and drink industry looking to improve their facilities. Aspen Stainless manufactures their full range of stainless steel products at their manufacturing site in Nottingham, UK and has their own installation teams working throughout the UK and internationally.

ASPEN Stainless has their full product range available online at aspen.gb.com with full product technical data available to download. To discuss your stainless steel requirements for your food and drink environment, contact the technical sales team today; +44 (0)115 986 6321, aspen@canalengineering.co.uk.

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