Fogg Filler, a market leader in the design and manufacture of rotary filling systems for the liquids industry, is proud to inform you of the reduction of consumables on their Rinsers. Fogg has redesigned their rotary Rinsers for 2011. Fogg’s engineering efforts to reduce the operating costs of their Rinser technologies are paying off for customers. There is a 50% consumables reduction from Fogg Rinsers over 2010 and a 65% reduction for older models! These changes will soon add up to major savings for customers.
By simplifying their valving process Fogg has reduced the load on wear components in the bottle clamps. They have eliminated the on/off valve so it will not need to be rebuilt. In place of the on/off valve, they have increased the size and effectiveness of the collection pan. This pan easily drains rinsing fluids to the optional built in rinse recovery system to filter and reuse, saving 96-98.5% of fluid. Redesigning the fluid path has given Fogg the ability to upsize the flow path compared to the competition. That 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.
Each of these changes saves money on the initial costs of replacement parts not to mention your maintenance team’s valuable time.