Econoliser Twin Knife Steriliser

Thursday, 07 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Highgate Group

The Econoliser Twin Knife Steriliser has been developed to meet the food processing industry’s pressures to reduce water and energy costs whilst maintaining high standards of hygiene throughout processing plants. The knife steriliser is claimed to reduce water usage by 96%, reduce energy costs and exceed hygiene regulation standards.

Sterilising knives in a food processing plant can use a lot of hot water — up to millions of litres each year in a boning room alone. The Econoliser Knife Steriliser has been designed to efficiently sterilise knives and reduce water consumption. Each sterilising cycle takes approximately 4 s and is designed to clean to a higher level than traditional methods of sterilisers, using just 120 mL of hot water on each cycle. Less water consumption results in lower water and energy costs and reduced treatment of wastewater.

Available in two models, the electric version has an in-built water heater which ensures that only the required amount of water is ready for the next sterilisation cycle. The basic unit is suited to processing plants with 82°C (or higher) water ring main throughout the plant.

Providing hot water on demand reduces the amount of water needed when the line is not running, which in turn reduces energy costs and the overall load on the boiling units. For refrigerated areas, the lower ambient heat produced also reduces overall running costs. In addition, the machine gives off virtually no steam, eliminating condensation on product.

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