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  1. #1
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    And the best squeegee award goes to…

    Hello all,

    We’ve got a lot of great FDA-approved food safety tools & spent grain containers for cleaning and handling. It’s hard to pick a favorite, but our brewery customers do love our squeegees. Take a look at https://www.unionjacktools.com/blog/...tay-compliant/ . Another product blog that is a good resource for determining the essential tools for GMP’s/HACCP compliance in your brewery is https://www.unionjacktools.com/blog/...ery-or-winery/ . They are both based on brewer feedback and suggestions – let us know what you think.

    Thanks,
    Cheryl Joyce
    Owner & VP Client Services
    Union Jack Tools
    (800) 672-8119
    Unionjacktools.com
    sales@unionjacktools.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Union Jack Tools View Post
    Hello all,

    We’ve got a lot of great FDA-approved food safety tools & spent grain containers for cleaning and handling. It’s hard to pick a favorite, but our brewery customers do love our squeegees. Take a look at https://www.unionjacktools.com/blog/...tay-compliant/ . Another product blog that is a good resource for determining the essential tools for GMP’s/HACCP compliance in your brewery is https://www.unionjacktools.com/blog/...ery-or-winery/ . They are both based on brewer feedback and suggestions – let us know what you think.

    Thanks,
    Cheryl Joyce
    Owner & VP Client Services
    18" Blades are a must for tight locations.
    The plastic construction on appearence would be destroyed in a matter of days.
    While 2 row foam ones are the best, I have found only one brand that is even partly industrial in ruggedness, and its not the best performer.
    Warren Turner
    Industrial Engineering Technician
    HVACR-Electrical Systems Specialist
    Moab Brewery
    " No Cell Phone Zone."

  3. #3
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    These ARE good!

    I've been using the swivel 24" ones for 3-1/2 years in a brewery where the drains are the high points in the room. They are still going strong- even the foam blades last a long time. The swivel is essential for getting all the tight spots, around legs, etc. Well worth the high price.

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