Food processing plant needed a sophisticated centralized cleaning and sanitizing system for its different locations throughout the plant.
Install a computer controlled PressureJet high pressure centralized cleaning and sanitizing system servicing the entire plant with a series of spray guns and nozzle spray stations.
Cleaning is in process 7 days a week, 24 hours a day in foods processing plants. The high pressure clean-in-place (CIP) system is an integral part of a larger highly sophisticated system designed by PressureJet to treat plant wastes and recover products and liquids for reuse. The system is versatile and capable of handling a variety of waste products such as vegetables, fruits, meats, poultry, seafood, dairy and cheese products and desserts.
The central cleaning system is required to clean, wash and sanitize equipment, process systems and work areas at different locations throughout the plant. The design allows for other stations to be added to the complex as requirements dictate. Some cleaning stations require the use of spray guns which are conveniently hung from the ceiling above the work areas. Other areas make use of a series of spray nozzles. Operators can rinse, clean or sanitize their area by simply pushing a button. This button activates the central control feed system which directs the proper solution and volumes through a manifold system to the proper cleaning station. Upon completion, the station automatically shuts off.
The system is computer controlled to assure proper solution and constant volumes to each station. It is designed so each station can be individually activated but any number of cleaning stations may operate simultaneously regardless of the function being performed, e.g. rinsing, detergent or sanitizing.
870 lpm - 50 bar - 3 nos. pumps ( 8 pumps) 33 Nozzles