Improve dairy hygiene with revolutionary BFM® fittings

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Ryan Rattos

A leading New Zealand dairy plant had a major challenge with hygiene in their blending filler room.

A vibratory discharging cone was connected to the hopper via a traditional connecting sock and steel clamps. There was excessive dust leakage and product build-up in the joins – a major hygiene issue.

Since installing the BFM® fitting system, the filling room operators are ecstatic about how their work environment is now dust-free and a “pleasure to work in”.

They no longer spend hours cleaning powder off the surfaces in the filling room or have to regularly remove the messy wire-clamps and socks from the machinery to remove the product build-up between the connectors.

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