Product News: Chemical Processing & Waste Management
Compact Sieve meets 3-A sanitary standards.
Press Release Summary:
February 5, 2013 -
Featuring hygienic design with fully stainless steel construction, FDA-approved materials, and gap-free mesh screens, Russell Compact Sieve meets 3-A sanitary standards requirements. Low profile, straight-through design enables screener to fit neatly into production lines, while quick-release toggle clamps enable screen changes without tools. Product targets users of processing equipment within such sectors as dairy, meat, and other food industries.
Original Press Release
New Russell Compact Sieve Meets the Requirements of the 3-A Sanitary Standards
Press release date: January 30, 2013
Built to a hygienic design including fully stainless steel construction, FDA approved materials and gap free mesh screens, with a few refinements the Russell Compact Sieve range now meets the stringent requirements of the 3-A sanitary standards.
Users of processing equipment within sectors such as dairy, meat and other food industries require complete peace of mind that their equipment is designed and manufactured to the highest level. These standards have been put in place to ensure that sanitary standards are maintained while developing and producing hygienic equipment designed for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.
Having the Russell Compact Sieve meeting requirements of the 3-A sanitary standards not only reduces validation time but also provides numerous functional benefits compared to other 3-A sanitary screeners. The low profile, straight-through design enables the Russell screener to fit neatly into production lines, boosting productivity of the screening processes without requiring excessive headroom. Its innovative design means that the vibratory screener is less than half the height of a traditional screening machine.
One of the most important features of the Russell Compact Sieve is its unique quick-release clamping system. Conventional screeners use band-clamp arrangements, which are more difficult to dismantle; the Russell Finex quick-release toggle clamps used solely on the Compact Sieve offer the ability to perform screen changes without tools. This reduces operator involvement and increases productivity.
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