Re-engineered bottle rinser/sanitizer lowers operating costs
April 26, 2011
Fogg Filler, Holland, MI, has redesigned its rotary Rinsers for 2011 to reduce the operating costs for customers. There is a 50% consumables reduction from Fogg Rinsers over 2010 and a 65% reduction for older models.
Fogg engineers have reduced the load on wear components in the bottle clamps by simplifying the valving. They have eliminated the on/off valve so it will not need to be rebuilt.
In its place, they have increased the size and effectiveness of the collection pan, thus saving 96-98.5% of fluid. Redesigning the fluid path means lower operating pressure extending the life of the rotary joint and improving the log reduction capability. 2011 Rinsers are achieving up to a 5 log reduction on the most stringent mold spores.
For more information on Fogg Rinsers or for a full line of filling machines and accessories, please contact the sales team at 616-786-FOGG or visit www.foggfiller.com.