cleanability


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cleanability

The property of a paint film which permits easy removal of dirt, stains, and other surface contamination.
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piFLOW[R]p conveyors are designed for robustness and cleanability.
The display combines this cleanability feature with an attractive design.
To characterize the cleanability of modern OA solder pastes, a simple experiment was devised.
There Uro-Green system features color change when needed & fantastic cleanability.
The Unique single and double-seat sampling valves offer high operational reliability, enhanced cleanability and ease of operation and maintenance.
A combination of a weld-free design and FDA-approved EPDM membrane seal ensure excellent cleanability.
Designed with food processors in mind, Saniflo Hygienic Series pumps offer the ease of maintenance, cleanability, portability, dead-head capable and self-priming attributes that are critical in several applications found within food operations.
Process equipment displaying the coveted 3-A Symbol demonstrably meets excellent material, design and fabrication standards for cleanability and inspection.
New features include a wider selection of bowl and laminate colors and smoother surfaces for cleanability.
The open module design and double-slotted links of the Advantage 200 resolve cleanability issues associated with all-plastic belts, which can have hidden surfaces that are inaccessible to conventional cleaning methods.
Tough enough for commercial-grade cookware and bakeware, it is ideal for adding non-stick cleanability to toaster ovens, microwave ovens, griddles, simmer plates, smokers and grills.
Advantages of aluminum tube/aluminum fin coil construction include best performance, lowest cost, lighter weight, higher cooling capacity, lowest cost to defrost, and better cleanability.