Our cleaning devices are designed for todays hygienic standards. They have shown best success in the brewing and beverage industry as well as in the dairy, food, pharmaceutical , fine chemical and personal & health care industries. As a specialist in hygienic and sterile applications, we can offer you economical, flexible and service-oriented solutions.
Accessories Cleaning Devices
Cleaning lances, dirt arrester for cleaning devices, protection cage for orbital cleaners, mobile / stationary trestle for cleaners
Free Rotating Cleaners
Free rotating cleaners are characterized by a fast rotation around an axis. The optimum cleaning effect of the rotating spray cleaners is produced by fast moving high impact droplets.
Index Cleaners provide high impact cleaning through their unique piston operated indexing mechanism. The advantages of this type of cleaner are that indexing function operates slowly and so efficiently that a larger amount of energy can be transferred to the cleaning jets than with any other cleaner in its class.
Orbital cleaners work on the basis of two rotating axes, one horizontal and one vertical. The special characteristics of this type of cleaner are the round-jet nozzles that rotate in two planes and produce highly focused high impact jets for intensive cleaning of the inside surfaces of tanks or vessels.
The retractor In-Line Sprayer IS 25 offers a unique and highly valuable method of cleaning vessels and pipe work where a cleaning head cannot remain inside when the process is running. Its design makes the In-Line sprayer IS 25 in particular suitable for the cleaning of tanks with moving components, such as agitators and scrapers.
Spray balls are the main components for cleaning tanks and vessels, e.g. storage tanks, CIP tanks, milk collecting trucks. We supply a variety of sizes, flow rates and configurations for a broad scope of cleaning jobs.
A special sensor system is integrated in the tank when orbital cleaning heads are used to verify the cleaning process. In this system the medium jet hits the sensor at regular intervals. The signals issued by the sensor can be used to monitor the function of the cleaner electronically and to document the successful cleaning process.