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Alfa Laval Tri-Clover Fittings

Alfa Laval Sanitary Fittings, also referred to as Tri-Clover Sanitary Fittings, meet the exact demands for safety, reliability, efficiency, and hygiene for standard duty in the food, dairy, beverage, and personal care industries. Special BioPharm fittings are available.

Easy to source, install and clean

To connect equipment and process where clean conditions are essential, Alfa Laval or Tri-Clover supplies a comprehensive range of fittings which provide maximum hygiene. All products meet key criteria for tight tolerances, a variety of finishes and uniform wall thicknesses. To provide customers with greater flexibility and fast, efficient delivery, Alfa Laval provides a tiered supply chain to ensure fittings meet customer demands for high quality at competitive prices.

Quality assurance

All Alfa Laval fittings and Tri-Clover fittings undergo strict quality control procedures at every stage of manufacturing at Alfa Laval facilities. All products meet ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards which define the requirements for quality management systems and environmental management systems.

Throughout sourcing, manufacturing and distribution, Alfa Laval adheres to stringent quality-control procedures. Alfa Laval labels all product packaging with bar code, product information, and manufacturing dates. As a seal of quality, the brand mark is permanently etched onto the external surface.

Partner with Rodem and Alfa Laval (Tri-Clover) for all of your sanitary fitting needs.


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