Manufacturer Spices it UpSeasonings and spices are used to enhance the flavor of food. Chefs have been using a blend of seasonings for centuries. In fact, the characteristic taste of any region's cuisine began with its very own signature blend of spices. Whether in fresh, whole dried, or pre-ground dried form, all seasonings must be fresh in order to be effective. Their freshness is reliant on proper packaging; poor packaging can result in stale seasonings.
A manufacturer of custom blending and packaging of end-use dry food ingredients added seasonings and spices to their expanding product line. This growth and increase in production caused their existing dry dust collection system to overload. Coupled with frequent equipment wash downs, the dry filter media began to clog. The high pressure across the filter resulted in reduced airflow velocity, allowing dust to settle in the ducts.
The customer turned to AAF® for a solution that would allow them to keep up with the increased production without clogging and overloading the filter media. AAF® recommended the stainless steel Food Quality RotoClone® W due to its ability to handle sticky dusts, while ensuring performance is maintained without interruption or downtime. Unlike barrier filters, such as pulse-jet filters which have to form a dust layer or cake to build resistance, the RotoClone® W requires no dust build up for immediate efficiency.