Mapping the World of CIP, Bio-waste Treatment and Critical Process Solutions
May 16 2018 Read 254 Times
Processing solutions specialists Suncombe has released a Product Map to explain, in visual format, its strengths and capabilities in the technologies of Clean in Place (CIP), Bio-waste decontamination treatment and other critical process solutions. The company has an extensive portfolio of equipment and wanted to offer a visual representation of the main areas of expertise it offers.
Explaining the reasoning behind the Product Map’s creation, Steve Overton, Suncombe’s Technical Director said: “In the increasingly specialised world in which we operate, many clients come to us for very specific products and solutions and never really get to see our other capabilities. So the Product Map is a very easy way for us to show in more detail the range of our equipment, which has been exclusively developed over more than 50 years of operation.
“Because of the very complex regulatory and operationally challenging environments that we typically work in, it can happen that a client has to operate in a ‘silo’ for a specific project – quite understandably. So he or she only knows us for a particular process or solution. The Product Map is an easy way to show how much more we are able to offer, which can be of value in other areas of the processing facility,” he added.
The Product Map takes the form of an ‘exploded’ floor plan where equipment from storage and distribution vessels, through mobile and static CIP, skids, mixing vessels, various decontamination units and finally parts and IBC washers are laid out in a logical process operational format.
“While many of our customers need custom solutions, these are all based on the expertise our ‘in house’ design and build teams have developed and our basic, core products,” according to Dave Adams, director for the company.
“We would like existing customers as well as potential new clients to appreciate that we offer a wide range of process solutions – from basic, almost ‘entry level’ equipment, through to the most sophisticated and tailored systems. The Product Map is a very quick and easy reference point for that,” he explained.
The full range of Suncombe equipment, including details of its project planning expertise, validation and traceability of all aspects of production, and the range of machine options can be found at: www.suncombe.com
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