Gamajet announces the first 3-A rotary impingement tank-cleaning device

October 25, 2009
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Gamajet Cleaning Systems Inc., Exton, Pa., announced it has been authorized to display the 3-A symbol in connection with its newest tank cleaning product, the Gamajet 3-A.

Gamajet Cleaning Systems Inc., Exton, Pa., announced it has been authorized to display the 3-A symbol in connection with its newest tank cleaning product, the Gamajet 3-A.

The revolutionary Gamajet 3-A is designed for permanent installation and toprovide true germ- and bacteria-free cleaning to meet the demands of thedairy, beverage, food, pharmaceutical and personal care products industries,making it ideal for sanitary cleaning applications. Variable flow rates anda consistent 360-degree spray pattern ensure reproducible and repeatablecycles that provide reliable, thorough and verifiable cleaning.

3-A Sanitary Standards Inc. formulates sanitary standards and acceptedpractices for the sanitary design, fabrication, installation andcleanability of dairy and food equipment or systems where a high degree ofsanitation is required.

The simple design of the Gamajet 3-A enables easy inspections and service.Easy to install, you can quickly replace your current cleaning devices andbe back in operation in minutes. The Gamajet 3-A uses 80% less water thanconventional cleaning methods and takes 75% less time – essential factorsin today’s goal of efficient plant maintenance.


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