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Stainless Steel For Food Processing

May 16
10:11 2014

Aspen Stainless by Canal Engineering Ltd has a long track record of providing safe, hygienic and long-lasting stainless steel products to the food and drink industry. Drainage systems, wall kerbing and protection from Aspen Stainless provide a total solution for demanding food and drink processing and manufacturing environments.

Aspen Stainless has the ability to manufacture and install high quality, durable, stainless steel products to withstand all types of traffic, machinery and equipment being used in the food and drink industry whilst complying with health and safety directives. This makes Aspen Stainless products ideal for bakeries, meat processing and convenience foods to dairies, breweries, bottling and other beverage facilities.

Recently Aspen Stainless was chosen to manufacture and install a complete drainage system and wall kerbing in a new bread processing facility for a top fast food chain. After the initial consultation to find out the facilities requirements, Aspen Stainless recommended their heavy duty Colorado drainage channel and covers, which is designed to withstand heavy traffic operating in the area. The drainage channel was accompanied by a number of outlets that trapped waste for efficient cleaning.

Further to the drainage system, Aspen Stainless manufactured and installed their double and single-sided internal wall kerb to create separate bread processing and packaging rooms that incorporated walling from others. During the installation, Aspen Stainless worked closely with specialist flooring manufacturers and installers John Lord. Providing John Lord with levelled wall kerb throughout the facility enabled their installation team to provide the fast food chain with a seamless resin floor. With no joints or crevasses between the wall and floor there will be nowhere for bacteria or debris to harbour creating the required hygienic environment for the bread processing.

Discover the full range of Aspen Stainless steel products online at www.aspen.eu.com or contact the technical sales team to discuss your bespoke requirements today; +44 (0)115 986 6321 or aspen@canalengineering.co.uk.

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