June 5, 2014
-- Eldon’s more than 90 years of experience of manufacturing and delivering electrical enclosures with a wide use in the industrial spectrum, made the C. van ‘t Riet a natural choice back in 2004, when the Holland-based company was looking for a similar, versatile manufacturer of user-friendly stainless-steel enclosures. The collaboration between the two companies has proved to be a milestone for the Dutch company’s efforts to deliver personalized dairy equipment that mixes craftsmanship and new advanced technologies to satisfy the needs of the clients.
C. van ’t Riet, is a Holland-based dairy technology company that delivers state of the art dairy farm instrumentation to the world-wide marketplace for over a century. Over 8 years ago they decided to take Eldon as their supplier, making the stainless-steel enclosure a vital part of their advanced technologies for the dairy farm market.
C. van ’t Riet is known for delivering innovative dairy and food process machinery that is designed to be reliable and with low-cost maintenance. The company’s advanced machinery has clients all over the world now: across Europe and the United States, Africa, Russia, Afghanistan or New Zealand. The company’s customized machines and innovative ideas are used by customers for a variety of dairy and food process uses like cheese, yoghurt, butter and milk.
Eldon’s stainless-steel single door enclosures, with an IP 66 and 240s pre grained stainless-steel finish was provided to C. van ’t Riet to use in dairy machines producing butter, milk, pasteurization and alternative dairy products. The dairy industry requires the machines to work in challenging environments with very high demands on ultra-hygienic processing, cleanliness and high ingress protection degrees, that made Eldon’s ASR range of stainless steel enclosures a perfect solution.
One of the most creative projects of C. van ’t Riet involves the small cheese-blending machine that is designed to help developing countries open their own dairy production operations. This project promises to make a big impact on African society by delivering better and more hygienic nutrition because it gives small villages the opportunity to pasteurize milk without the help of any technological knowledge.