Global Processing

A New Revolution in Tank Cleaning

May 17, 2010
The Clean-In-Place (CIP) rotating tank-cleaning machine combines high impact cleaning efficiency with extended operating life, reduced life cycle costs and simple on-site service. It is ideal for large tanks (up to 130 ft. in diameter) often found in the food, beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries where superior cleaning with reduced cycle times and low water, energy and chemical consumption are important considerations. Simple in design and operation the unit has a minimum number of moving parts and can be completely stripped and rebuilt for maintenance ON-SITE in less than 15 minutes, according to the manufacturer. Operating life is maximized through fewer, carefully designed internal parts with greater wear resistance. The unit is self-cleaning and media lubricated for trouble-free operation in even the most demanding hygienic applications. The materials of construction make it safe for use in hazardous areas. Available in ten standard models in a 2- or 4-nozzle configuration. Typical applications include CIP duties for process vessels and storage silos in beverage industries; brite tanks, coppers, fermenters and conditioners in the brewing industry; fluid storage, spray drier tanks, process vessels and silos in the food industry; and cleaning coatings and paints from vessels and silos in the finishing, surface treatment industries.