Slow rotating cleaners use targeted flat or round jets to project the cleaning solution onto the vessel walls. These units operate at higher liquid pressures than traditional free rotating units but, because of their design, maintain controlled rotation speeds. This enables these devices to impact greater cleaning forces onto the vessel walls than the free rotating units. As the rotation is kept under control, the spray jets have an increased dwell time, providing even more cleaning power. The slow rotating units from GEA are an efficient and cost-effective solution for stubborn and difficult to clean vessels in numerous industries.

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Future-proofing the cold chain with sustainable refrigeration

The importance of quality cold chain management cannot be underestimated. Ensuring that perishable foodstuffs are safe and of high quality at the point of consumption is a tremendous responsibility for those operating cold chain...

GEA supports clean water projects in Tanzania

Access to safe water and sanitation is still a challenge in a lot of countries. Illness from dirty drinking water and daily treks to fetch it, mean many children cannot attend school. Thanks to a collaboration with Hamburg-based...

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