With headlines such as “plant shuts down due to Listeria”, and “E-Coli effects multiple states” Heat and Control brings hygienic design into play where it counts for the food industry. Continuous product development based on industry need has resulted in the development of the next generation of FastBack solutions.
“As the leading supplier of sanitary food conveying equipment across the globe, we wanted to make sure our clients were several steps ahead of the food safety issues that are making headlines” says Blake Svejkovsky, General Manager - Product Handling Systems, Heat and Control Inc., … “Food processing sanitation requirements have increasingly become a number one priority so the design team incorporated sanitary design as a standard feature of the G3. Now processors can easily meet hygiene standards while taking advantage of FastBack benefits.”
Heat and Control has released new models for FastBack; 260E G3 and Revolution Gate 3.0; and for the first time, the Cartridge open channel support system. Key design features like IP65 cabinets with flush doors assist cleaning in both wet and dry applications. Thread less feet, Open channel support structures (no closed tubes), sloped tops and easy access drawer control panels all contribute to sanitation and ease of use.
"These technologies combine the latest thinking in true sanitary design providing a level of comfort for processors that simultaneously saves time and money at each and every sanitation window." says Svejkovsky.
These distinct improvements come with the legendary reliability (5 times the design life of the competition) and rugged capability (the highest travel rates and throughputs), gentle motion with near zero product breakage and seasoning loss/buildup that has made the FastBack famous while also having the highest resale value in the market.
"Heat and Control is once again proud to lead the industry in providing the most advanced and reliable equipment on the market – and is a reinforcement of why our clients say ‘No one ever went wrong choosing Heat and Control'" says Svejkovsky.