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Sauermann bids to eradicate condensate-related leaks with global deal with Gel-clear

Cooling Award-winning Gel-clear anti-biofilm tablets to be offered with every condensate pump 

Condensate pump giant Sauermann has signed a partnership with safe-cleaning product specialist Gel-clear, which will see the Gel-clear anti-biofilm tablets sold alongside its Si-93 membrane pumps.

Biofilm is a bacteria that often forms and is a well-known problem in supermarket refrigerated-display cabinets and can cause costly leaking. The combination of Sauermann`s Si-93 and Gel-clear`s anti-biofilm tablet provides a winning solution for store owners and customers that can ’reduce their leaking liabilities by nearly 100 per cent’, the manufacturer claims. The Gel-clear tablets were initially developed for food retail refrigeration to suit client operations, providing the simplest, and most effective treatment on the market, the firm says. 

Serge Bohyn, CEO of Sauermann Group, and Paurick Gaughan, managing director of Gel-clear said: ¨We are both very excited to offer patented technologies and a solid solution to our supermarket, agri-foods, commercial and refrigeration sector customers.”

Gel-Clear won a Cooling Award for its original anti-biofilm tables in 2016 and is currently a Cooling Awards Supporting Sponsor.

The Sauermann Group has a worldwide presence and is located on three continents (Europe, Asia and North America). 

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