Improved Bakery Production Facilities

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Improved Bakery Production Facilities

Improved Bakery Production Facilities
October 20
09:55 2014
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When maintaining a hygienic environment there are many elements to be considered by a contractor before any construction can begin. One of the main elements in the food processing industry is the drainage. Having an inappropriate drainage system in a processing room can lead to a number of problems that directly lead to bacteria build-up around the work place.

Recently, ASPEN Stainless has been working with Two Sisters Food Group to develop its long standing Gunstones Bakery in Sheffield. The site has changed somewhat over the years and to keep up with demand ASPEN manufactured and installed some bespoke structures and products from their hygienic stainless steel range.

In the chilled production facilities a small scale stainless steel gantry was erected which had a fully welded and insulated first floor to prevent the chill and moisture permeating. In their production facilities a brand new drainage system was installed throughout consisting of the wide Colorado drain channel and 3 bar covers for an increased drainage flow rate. The network of drainage systems creates a seamless finish as well as ensuring a safe and clean environment. In addition to a brand new drainage system, ASPEN installed their range of core drilled, stainless steel bump rail and engine swirl wall cladding to protect the building corridors against the daily traffic.

ASPEN has their full product range available online at aspen.eu.com where you can download the product technical data sheets. To discuss your stainless steel requirements, contact the technical sales team today; 0115 986 6321, aspen@canalengineering.co.uk.

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