Poultry Processing with a Graco SaniForce 3150 large Particle Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump

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Poultry Processing with a Graco SaniForce 3150 large Particle Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump

We can find a solution to pumping anything at Springer Pumps, including meat, bones, and fat.  Specifically, the poultry industry needs a solution for these specific challenges. How then does a business pump chicken parts?  They do it with a Saniforce Large Particle Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump by Graco.

Are you producing a high volume of material? By installing a Saniforce 3150, your company will immediately see improvements in production.  Due to the durability of this pump, your production process will operate with no or little interruption for potentially months on end.  That means you can smoothly continue pumping your skin, beaks, claws, meat and, bone with this hearty pump.

Let’s talk about replacing parts on the Graco Saniforce 3150.   Our clients have reported minimal effort to swap out a replacement kit with pumps currently in operation. The downtime to repair the Graco pump was minimal, sometimes less than an hour to complete.   Production then was able to resume quickly.  Competitors’ pumps exhibited constant wear and tear of parts, with potentially days lost fixing the exhausted equipment.  The cost of replacement parts was high.  Only seasoned staff could work on these because of the complexity of the repairs.  As we know, time is money, and the Graco Saniforce 33150 Large Particle Pump can save you thousands in the long run.

In conclusion, this pump is a powerhouse for anyone looking to process a high volume of semi-solid to solid materials in an efficient, timely fashion while reducing downtime and overhead costs significantly.  This pump is the ultimate solution; reach out to Springer Pumps today for a quote.

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