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DRUM MOTORS PASS MUSTER FOR FOOD AND PHARMA HANDLING

04-12-2019
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After extensive testing, Interroll's drum motor platform has been certified for hygienic industrial applications by the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG). This official confirmation provides the food, pharmaceutical and packaging industries with a compact, powerful and energy-saving drive solution for material flow that meets the highest hygiene standards.

The EHEDG is an international association consisting of research institutes and universities, health authorities and government organisations as well as food manufacturers.

According to Dr Hauke Tiedemann, Managing Director of Interroll Trommelmotoren, "With EHEDG Class 1 certification for our innovative drum motors, customers and users enjoy important benefits in building material handling solutions.

“Our drive solutions offer proven added value by meeting the most demanding hygiene requirements, significantly reducing the risk of contamination and making cleaning very easy. In addition, the hygienic design of Interroll drum motors is a standard feature - and does not have to be achieved through costly design changes in the respective projects."

The drum motors also meet the material requirements of the US Food and Drug Administration as well as EU Regulation EG 1935/2004 for use in the food industry.

Interroll Australia
03 9495 5800
www.interroll.com.au

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