The Arla Foods Dairy in north London has installed a new stainless steel cleaning in place (CIP) facility. The project, undertaken by dairy processing specialist Tetra Pak, with the installation completed by Energy and Environmental Services, features Lanemark burner systems.
A total of five CIP tanks are now housed in a dedicated room. Two tanks containing caustic solution are heated by Lanemark units at point of use. Each of the four TX40 burner systems are rated at 328kW, providing a net heat input to each tank of 530kW, representing an efficiency in excess of 80%.
The burners operate under suction and fire into small diameter immersion tube heat exchangers that occupy minimal space at the base of each vessel. The total combustion air supply is provided by two high pressure exhaust fans.
"The Lanemark installation provides the optimum blend of heating efficiency and space effectiveness," says Arla Foods' project manager, Bill Dickson. Contact: Lanemark International,
Tel: 024 7635 2000