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IWM 'hygiene solutions' at PPMA

14 July 2011

At PPMA this year, IWM is showcasing various washing and sanitising solutions that provide the processing industry with efficient and cost-effective ways of addressing the demands of the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial sectors

The new entry-level SAN100e 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 SAN100e 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.

IWM are also displaying a specially adapted model from its popular EDi series of utensil washers. The Edi13 DD model will be a two-door “dirty to clean” system – for those applications where such areas need careful and precise separation. Also on display will be the carrier baskets for washing weigh and scale pans.

Also on show is the award winning Crusader T400 Twin Tank tray washer, which offers an efficient two stage cleaning process. The first stage provides continuous jetting with hot water and detergent, and the second continuous jetting with hot water only. A cold rinse is also provided, and a range of blow-off and heat drying options are available.

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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