Reduce the risk of contamination during the transfer of materials

Supplied by Graco Australia on Tuesday, 14 April, 2015


The food and beverage industry faces numerous challenges today, the most significant being pertaining to stringent safety regulations while also attempting to reduce overall costs.

In order to avoid potential contamination, plants have to make sure that any surface which comes into contact with materials is of a certain quality and that the food and beverage processing equipment is regularly and properly sanitised.

Download this white paper to find out how air-operated pumps and automatic drums and bin unloaders can make your job both easier and safer, even when dealing with high-viscosity ingredients like chocolate, caramel, tomato paste, etc.


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