Cobra Wave Sensor Demand Taps Fitted to Seawork Fish Processors

Providing an effective and far more efficient water solution to high traffic handwashing zones, Cobra demand taps offer a distinctive style, uncompromisable quality, and cost-saving results.
18 December 2020 Get Inspired
Cobra Wave Sensor Demand Taps Fitted to Seawork Fish Processors

Providing an effective and far more efficient water solution to high traffic handwashing zones, Cobra demand taps offer a distinctive style, uncompromisable quality, and cost-saving results.

Having helped Seawork Fish Processors (Pty) Ltd, Walvis Bay, Namibia, save money, downtime, and improved hygiene efficiencies, Cobra wave sensor demand taps have addressed several challenges faced by this Namibian based seafood harvesting and processing company.

Specialising in the catching industry, processing value adds, and marketing of frozen seafood products for various international markets, Seawork Fish Processors' main product lines are derived from the catching and processing of Hake as well as bycatch products that include Kingklip and Monkfish. Running their own fleet of five (5) wet fish trawlers together with two (2) on-site and in-house EU certified processing facilities, fitted with state-of-the-art processing and freezing equipment, Seawork is able to independently process value add IQF, and freeze their products within twenty-four (24) hours, ready to be shipped directly from Walvis Bay and dispatch to a number of international customers across the globe

With a workforce of around one thousand eight hundred (1800), highly skilled employees enabled Seawork Fish Processors to produce the highest quality, hand filleted products with a focus on minimising waste and optimising product yield, uncompromised hygiene is a key propriety to ensure premium quality, wild-caught seafood products.

The Problem?

Seawork handwashing facilities were originally fitted with a mechanical spring-loaded knee operated demand valve system, no longer fit for purpose and decidedly inefficient in meeting the demands of high traffic handwashing of around 1400 hands, washed 4 times over a 24-hour, 2 shift rotation. Together with water quality challenges, this knee operated demand valve system resulted in consistent downtimes together with costly expenses for the replacement of worn values and inflated water utility bills and maintenance expenses.

 

The Cobra Solution

Crafted to provide flawless functionality together with high efficiencies and an uncompromised hygiene capability, carefully selected and supplied by Plumtopia in Walvis Bay, Cobra wave sensor demand taps have since been used to replace the outdated mechanical spring-loaded demand valve handwashing systems fitted to Seawork Fish Processors.

Non-mechanical, one hundred percent (100%) hygienic touchless tap technology that limits the duration of water flow, Cobra wave sensor demand taps are not able to be left running unattended and making these the ideal, fit for purpose solution. Further to this, Cobra demand taps are fully adjustable allowing customers to regulate their water supply to meet handwashing needs in an environment where consistent hygiene protocols are key for optimal and regulated operations.

 

While delivering flawless functionality and consistent water efficacities, Cobra wave sensor demand taps are effortless to maintain and also offer users a unique backup or failover system to ensure uninterrupted touchless handwashing functionality even during power outages.

And finally, complete with clean, sleek contours, and a chrome coating that adds to its sterling touch, while Cobra demand taps brim with modern technology on the inside, they offer a professional distinctive style that exudes the finest quality finish in any hardworking, handwashing environment.

With the promise of an uncompromising customer experience, combined with an aesthetically pleasing product, Cobra wave sensor demand taps offer the assurance of a one hundred percent (100%) fit for purpose, zero downtime, super water-saving technology and that is health, safety, and environment (HSE) compliant.