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A vast amount of companies are involved in the waste industry and the many sustainable ways that waste can be put to great use. Here at Croft Filters we are quite often asked to find a solution to help improve many clients existing filtration systems, and one of them in particular we successfully supplied 2 items that did just that!Hillcrest Midlands have operated for many years in the animal feeds industry, packaged food can be split with specialist machinery and seperated for use, whether in tins or plastics. However they felt their system would benefit even more with some professional advice.
Working together with Hillcrest's FEMAS Officer Martin Vardy, a simplex filter housing with a bespoke basket was recommended by Croft that is now producing very impressive results. Martin commented "Here at Hillcrest we pride ourselves on giving a first rate service to our farmers who purchase our liquid pig feed product. To further improve our product and to prevent the possibility of particles in the feed blocking farm equipment an innovative solution was required. With help from the Croft team we are now using a simplex filter with bespoke baskets that gives us an extra level of filtration to remove almost all of the offending particles, which included small residual bits of packaging from our source material."
He added "Initial results have been really encouraging and with the bespoke filter disc’s now used on our tankers we are able to supply an improved product. The Croft service to us has been excellent and we look forward to working with them in the future."
Neil Burns, Croft Filters partner said "This is a great example of how the correct method of filtration can improve product quality in a very cost effective way. All it takes is innovative thinking, which is something Croft is really good at"
If you feel that a visit from our sales executive would be of benefit to identify any filtration needs please contact our sales team on the telephone number below.