Lafferty 517 Sanitiser
Viral or bacterial contamination is an ongoing problem during food production processes. Salmonella, Listeria, E.coli and other pathogens and spoilage bacteria can cause serious contamination.
Spray Nozzle Engineering supplies the Lafferty 517 Sanitiser to provide food manufacturers with the dilution ratios required for no-rinse applications in food plants. Having a long spraying distance, enhanced flow, wide spray pattern and the ability to work with a range of water pressures (from 35 to 125 psi) the sanitiser saves water, time and money.
As the sanitiser is constructed of machined polypropylene (injector body) and stainless steel (ball valves), it is chemically resistant, thereby reducing maintenance downtime and the need for replacement parts.
The 'venturi' action of the sanitiser is non-electric, involves no moving parts and requires no pre-mixing of chemicals, which leads to faster application of the cleaning chemical and a saving in labour costs. The 517 sanitiser comes with colour-coded metering tips for up to 21 dilution ratios, to ensure accurate dilution rates and control of chemical use.
Wall-mount models are available with heavy-duty stainless steel enclosures and portable models feature all stainless steel carts that hold a 5-gallon chemical container.
The Lafferty sanitiser is also available as a 'two-way' system, allowing for alternation between two different chemicals or two different ratios of the same chemical. This model is also available in either wall-mount or portable versions.
For more information: http://www.chemicalfoamers.com.au.
Phone: 03 9583 2368
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