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BRC accredited intermediate bulk container

20 April 2018

To complement its Grade A BRC Accreditation, WERIT has launched the NUTRIline. 

Manufactured from virgin, food grade polymer, this intermediate bulk container (IBC) range is fitted with the company’s piston valve which is said to offer up to 400% less leakage with recurring use compared to competitive products.

The optional trumpet style piston valve has 80% greater flow rates than the standard piston valve allowing for faster liquid extraction, especially higher viscous products.

NUTRIline has a tamper evident tag for the piston valve cap and an aluminium seal over the valve. The lid’s dust cap has a similar tamper evident tag and there are a choice of enhanced venting options for the neck opening allowing product to be discharged through the valve at similar rate to that possible when the lid has been removed while helping reduce the risk of product contamination.

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