Orbital Cleaners

Orbital Cleaner Cyclone

The Cyclone is a liquid driven Orbital Cleaner that can be used for mobile or stationary applications. The round jet nozzles rotate around two axes simultaneously and produce focused high impact jets generating a highly efficient 3D wash pattern. Due to its compact design the Orbital Cleaner Cyclone can be inserted and mounted through 76.2 mm / 3 inch insertion openings.

The Cyclone is a liquid driven Orbital Cleaner that can be used for mobile or stationary applications. The round jet nozzles rotate around two axes simultaneously and produce focused high impact jets generating a highly efficient 3D wash pattern. Due to its compact design the Orbital Cleaner Cyclone can be inserted and mounted through 76.2 mm / 3 inch insertion openings.

Advantages

  • Hygienic and compact design
  • Ball bearing free
  • Self-cleaning
  • FDA conform
  • Fits through 3 inch diameter opening
  • Economic flow rates
  • Easy-to-maintain
  • Reproducible cleaning by monitoring of rotation

Applications

The hygienic and compact design combined with the high power jets, makes it perfect for cleaning a variety of vessel sizes and manufacturing equipment, also where hygiene is a priority. The units can be used in the brewing, beverage, dairy, food, chemicals, coatings and transport industries -as permanently fixed or mobile installations.

Technical data

ItemSize
Recommended pressure4 – 10 bar (58 - 145 psi)
Cleaning diameterup to 12 m (39 ft)
Flow rate2.5 – 6.2 m³/h
(42 - 103 l/min / 11.1 - 27.2 USgpm)
Spray pattern360°
Nozzle characteristics4 nozzles (3 mm, 4 mm diameter)
Operating temperature95 °C max. (203°F)
Ambient temperature140 °C max. (284°F), 30 min
Insertion openingmin. Ø 72.6 mm (3 inch)
MaterialsStainless Steel 316L (1.4404)
with C-PTFE
Pipe connection¾" BSP or NPT Female
Weight2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)

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