Air curtains made of stainless steel suit food sector
Fanquip’s stainless steel industrial air curtains have applications across the food and processing sectors in storage and handling sites.
Simple in design, this technology is specifically made with stainless steel construction to provide a long life and keep it applicable even to the most sensitive industries like primary industry.
Potential for rust is all but eliminated and keeping the unit clean is very simple. The Fanquip air curtain technology also covers all the mandatory expectations of such equipment, ensuring the end user is totally compliant with its own industry expectations.
In fact, Fanquip air curtains exceed the AQIS standards: a velocity of 8m/s at 900mm above the floor across the entire opening, and a minimum stream thickness of 50mm.
The technology keeps flies out of a premises, retains the integrity of a cold storage premises, allows excellent visibility and access and is rated IP56 or IP66 as an option.
Satisfying the stringent requirements of AQIS and MSQA for hygiene and atmospheric control, Fanquip’s range of air curtains helps ensure a company maintains the standards expected by its own clients and its industry demands.
Being Australian-made, technical support for Fanquip is rapid and reliable.
With curtain widths available in 900mm, 1200mm and 1500mm, Fanquip air curtains can be utilized to cover all doorway dimensions.
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