• Treotham Automation’s latest series of hygienic closures, ILME CKH Hygienic “21.21” size range, will help meet the requirements of the food and beverage sector, with its compact solution.
    Treotham Automation’s latest series of hygienic closures, ILME CKH Hygienic “21.21” size range, will help meet the requirements of the food and beverage sector, with its compact solution.
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Treotham Automation’s latest series of hygienic closures will help meet the requirements of the food and beverage sector, with its compact solution.

The new ILME CKH Hygienic “21.21” size range is made of self-extinguishing thermoplastic material (PA), and is easy to clean.

The blue-coloured moving or removable parts can be easily identified by video inspection to avoid any accidental contamination in food products, while the locking levers are also traceable by metal detectors. 

Treotham’s enclosures can withstand high-pressure and high-temperature wash-down procedures due to its IP 66/67/69 degree of protection, guaranteeing also high durability over time. The enclosures are compliant with many regulations in the sector, and can be used with a range of inserts including power, signal and data connectors.

Correction: In the January/February issue of Food & Drink Business, this article ran with the incorrect image. The image above is the correct image for the story. Our apologies to the two companies affected. 

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