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IWM at Pro2Pac

26 January 2011

Industrial Washing Machines (IWM) will give a European premier to its latest edition of sanitising tunnels and its new EDi utensil washer with heat pump technology at Pro2Pac Show 2011

Industrial Washing Machines (IWM) will give a European premier to its latest edition of sanitising tunnels and its new innovative EDi utensil washer with heat pump technology at Pro2Pac Show 2011.

The new entry-level Econosan model has been developed specifically to offer dependable and effective sanitisation at an exceptionally attractive price and is suitable for sanitising produce in buckets, bags, tins and trays.

The Econosan conveys the produce through a tunnel where a solution of sanitising fluid in mains water is misted onto the items from top, bottom and sides. The speed of transit through the tunnel can be set and easily adjusted to operate at between one and four metres per minute, according to the user’s requirements.

Also on display at the show is IWM’s new innovative heat pump technology, which can now reduce by more than 60% the energy needed to heat the water used in the wash tanks of its popular EDI series of utensil washers.

In addition, steam emission from the machines is virtually eliminated, which means that further big savings can be made on the extraction systems used to vent the machines to atmosphere, and that there is no build up of humidity or heat in the rooms where the machines are used.

Throughout the exhibition, expert engineers from the IWM applications team will on hand, and will be pleased not only to discuss the benefits of the company’s products, but also to provide advice and guidance to exhibition visitors on the best and most economical ways of addressing their own specific requirements.


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