Unlike spray balls, the cleaner does not wet all inner tank surfaces at the same time, but rather, applies a concentrated liquid jet to one segment of the tank wall at a time.
This means that the full impact energy of the jet can act on this particular segment and that a thicker liquid film forms on the tank wall, which, due to its higher energy, achieves better cleaning results as it runs down to the tank outlet. Without switching the supply pump on/off, this produces a pulse/pause type of operation for each segment of the tank that allows the product residues to be softened and rinsed off.
This effect cannot be achieved by a spray ball. As a result, the mechanical cleaning effect of the slowly rotating cleaner is much greater than that of a spray ball. This even applies if the cleaning solution flow rate is relatively low. Under normal operating conditions the cleaning medium consumption is about 30-50% less compared to a spray ball.
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