Low maintenance tank cleaner

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A tank cleaning machine has been developed specifically to meet the exacting cleaning-in-place (CIP) requirements of the food, brewing, beverage and dairy sectors.

Available from nozzle specialist Bete, the Hydrowhirl Orbitor is designed for simple and versatile operation along with extended operating life and reduced life-cycle costs. Thanks to its minimal number of moving parts, it is claimed to be completely stripped and rebuilt on-site in less than 15 minutes.

This is said to eliminate the time-consuming maintenance overhauls associated with other types of rotary tank cleaning devices.

HydroWhirl is also self-cleaning and self-lubricating so the possibility of process contamination is eliminated, while its compact design allows it to be fitted through small, restricted access flanges.

It is ideal for large tanks (up to 40m in diameter) often found in the food, dairy and beverage sectors where good cleaning with reduced cycle times and low water, energy and chemical consumption are important.

Contact: Bete

Tel: 01273 400092

Related topics: Food Safety, Hygiene, safety & cleaning

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