Sanitary Pump

Unibloc expands available sizes for its QuickStrip FoodFirst 600 pump.

Unibloc Quick Strip Pump

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Unibloc Hygienic Technologies has expanded its QuickStrip FoodFirst pump series to include a full range of sizes from the QS FF 300 to the QS FF 677. The company developed the line expansion in response to customer demand.

Outlet sizes for the line now range from 1 in. to 6 in. in diameter, and flow rates from 28 gal per min up to 500 gal per min, bringing patented and proven technology to a broader range of challenging sanitary applications.

The QuickStrip FoodFirst patented technology was designed to minimize foreign material risk, streamline maintenance and sanitation procedures, and maximize both food safety and worker safety.

The pumps:

Eliminate foreign material. The all-stainless design contains no rotor bolts or O-rings. This helps eliminate the most common causes of foreign material entering the process stream and also aids with metal and x-ray detectability.

Streamline sanitation. The QuickStrip simplified design, with its tool-free disassembly, targets the sanitation cycle, the most common cause of equipment damage and source of foreign material contamination. The one-way, repeatable assembly simplifies sanitation and maintenance procedures and helps guarantee proper performance.

Improve worker safety. An innovative swing arm supports the cover during sanitation and maintenance procedures. This increases worker safety while making cleaning easier.

“In a challenging labor market, this line expansion opens up new potential for food processors, especially in the meat and poultry processing arm of the industry, to save time devoted to pump sanitation while protecting worker safety,” says Mark Boyd, vice president of sales. “Creating more available outlet sizes enable companies to maintain desired flow and hygienic standards across a broader range of processing needs.”

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