Creating customised open plant cleaning solutions is at the core of our business
If you have a challenge in your food or beverage processing plant on a specific piece of processing equipment, our skilled team of engineers and solution architects can help you create a cleaning solution that matches that equipment, making sure that ‘the dark spots’ are cleaned and the level of hygiene and food safety is maintained.
Creating customised open plant cleaning solutions is one of our core strengths. If you have a problem with getting a specific piece of equipment cleaned properly, we are ready to assist you in finding the right solution for the task at hand. We never compromise on quality - and we don't think you should either.
Automated external filler cleaning EFC
Integrating automatic cleaning on your filler ensures that you will get a consistent and high-quality cleaning result every time.
This is achieved by designing the solution to match the filler 100%. The filling process is mapped out, critical zones are identified, the nature of the product(s) and subsequent soil types to be removed are specified, nozzle bars are placed to cover all surfaces, and the cleaning program is segmented to ensure that all areas on the filler are cleaned properly.
Automated spiral freezer cleaning
There is a wide range of spiral freezers on the market with different dimensions and applying different freezing technologies.
An automated cleaning solution for your spiral freezer is customized to take into account e.g., the drum rotation time, dwell time, width and length of the conveyor belt. The result is reduced cleaning time, improved food safety and reduction in labour costs.
Automated conveyor belt cleaning
Cleaning a conveyor belt manually is a time-consuming task, leaves room for human mistakes, and it is difficult to clean inaccessible areas on the belt. Consequently, the result is inconsistent and the belt becomes a potential food safety hazard.
With an automated cleaning solution, all surfaces – including the hard-to-reach areas internally on the belt – are covered by strategically placed nozzle bars ensuring an effective, systematic, and consistent cleaning result every time.
Automated spin chiller cleaning
Spin chiller, screw chiller, water chilling tank, screw tank – it goes by many names. But the fact is that the spin chiller is a key piece of processing equipment in the poultry processing industry. Having the right cleaning solution for your spin chiller is essential in preventing cross-contamination.
An automated solution offers consistent and effective cleaning, improved levels of food safety and hygiene, and reduced cleaning times. Moreover, labor requirements are reduced and safety levels are increased.
Automated cleaning of poultry line
Hooks, carriers and shackles on a poultry line can be difficult to get clean, and organic soil gets stuck in every recess on the equipment. Manual cleaning relies heavily on the thoroughness of the cleaning staff and residues are overlooked.
Integrating automated cleaning on your poultry line ensures a consistent cleaning result every time and reduced cleaning time.
Automated cleaning of deboning machine
The need for maximizing production time is increasing as boneless poultry products are becoming increasingly popular. Difficulties in recruitment of manual labour for the deboning process has forced processors to apply automated or semi-automated deboners, and the same goes for cleaning and sanitizing the equipment.
Automated cleaning of your deboning machine not only ensures a consistent cleaning result every time, more importantly it reduces cleaning time and labour requirements.
Automated tank cleaning
The use of tanks for storage and processing in the food and beverage industry is extraordinary. There are numerous applications and consequently, the requirements for cleaning differ from one to another.
We offer a range of automated cleaning solutions for tanks. Whatever solution you choose, it will be tailored to match the challenges of the cleaning task at hand.
Automated cleaning of poultry eviscerator
The degree of automation in the poultry processing industry has increased rapidly in the last few decades as the growing demand for poultry products urges processors to maximise yield. This is enabled through higher line speed, better processing equipment and technological innovation. The cleaning process, however, is still mainly manual.
But the highly complex construction of e.g., the eviscerator makes it difficult to reach all areas of it manually. Adding the fact that it is often hard to find and retain qualified cleaning staff in many parts of the world, the integration of an automated system is highly relevant.