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projects and machine designs for OEM customers ranging from robotic in-line degreasing projects for the leading USA Motorbike manufacturer to large scale fully automated and audible assembly line sanitation systems for one of the world's largest ice cream manufacturers. The largest steam sanitation project to date cleans to allergen level and save 6 million litres of water per annum.

2012 saw the launch of the newly developed SteamForce range of boiler driven steam generators ranging from 3KW- 20KW. These machines have been designed with reliability and durability in mind and are targeted at the FM market and the Commercial and Industrial sectors.

Thomas Stuecken comments we have long been searching for a company with the right engineering and design skills and our long standing partnership with Frank GmbH of Germany-a high pressure washers and self service car wash systems manufacturer- has created the synergies we were looking for.

So much so that the parent company has rebranded itself as OSPREYFRANK Plc following the acquisition of Frank GmbH in September 2013.

Our thinking behind the acquisition was that if Frank GmbH can build coin operated car wash systems which last for some 30 years and still counting then we must be able to bring this engineering excellence into the steam market sector as this is what has been the barrier to successful implementations of 24/7 sanitation in the industrial manufacturing environment. OspreyFrank's in-house design and engineering team is involved in many OEM

This is what excites us to bring new technologies to the market which address the various issues encountered by our customers with added environmental benefits of water savings and reduction in chemical usage.

All OSPREYDEEPCLEAN technology is DEFRA listed.

For further details visit l JANUARY 2014 l C&M l 19

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