Monday, 21 September 2015 06:00

Spray nozzle engineering

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Spray Nozzle Engineering Australasia has opened two new tank head repair and cleaning Centres of Excellence, in Melbourne, Australia and Hamilton, New Zealand.

Specialising in Gamajet, the Centres of Excellence offer a full diagnostic and repair service for tank cleaning machines.

With over 25 years of experience in spraying solutions and CIP, their Centres of Excellence offer localised sales, repair and service, advice, and change out and loan heads to approved customers, so that production continues when units are sent for repair. Spray Nozzle Engineering’s new Centres of Excellence service all tank heads and eliminate the need to send your tank heads overseas for maintenance. 

As manufacturer of the M-Series range of tank rinsing nozzles and importer of Gamajet’s range of tank cleaning machines in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Rim, Spray Nozzle Engineering can provide diagnosis, reports, and repair of all tank cleaning nozzle problems. If it is a new tank cleaning machine or CIP system you require, Spray Nozzle Engineering’s full in-house engineering service helps select the right unit for your needs, for any application or tank size.

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