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CIP Sets

A Brewology fully automated CIP set is a system designed to clean product transfer mains, filling machines, product processing systems and product holding vessels.

Capacity

CIP250 - 250L

CIP500 - 500L

CIP750 - 750L

CIP1000 - 1000L

 

Pipe size

CIP250 - 1' to 1.5"

CIP500 - 1' to 1.5"

CIP750 - 1.5" to 2"

CIP1000 - 2" to 3"

Main features

  • Detergent heating by steam, hot water, gas, or electric

  • Twin and Triple tanks (acid tank optional)

    • Twin - Recovery & detergent​

    • Triple - Recovery, caustic detergent, acid detergent

  • Variable speed casting pump (controlled to pressure and flow rate)

  • Automated scavenge pump control

  • Lights out cleaning - stacked multiple cleans

  • Optional extras

  • Control of scavenge pump to provide tank ponding

  • Route integrity checking

  • Rout selection recipes

  • Recipe system teach and record

  • Conductivity probe to determine detergent interface

  • Automated detergent make up

  • Automated level and temperature controls

  • Remote diagnostics and alarm messaging

 

Controls

Touch screen - 7 or 10 inch

Control panel - Stainless steel

Remote support - BrewNet Remote Support as standard (internet connection required)

Manual controls - Run pumps and open valves manually for servicing

Backflush - Automatic backflush of pump filters

Alarms - Easy to understand alarms

 

How does it work?

  1. The process begins with a pre-wash/pre-rinse using the first recovered rinse liquor from the last clean. This liquor will contain weak detergent solutions so it makes the best use of the rinse liquor to pre-wash the main, filler or vessel.

  2. The pre-wash returned liquor to the CIP set is now spent and potentially contaminated, so it's sent to drain.

  3. After a preset time (held in the clean recipe for each clean), the pre-rinse liquor will be chased out by primary detergent.

  4. The primary detergent will eventually arrive back at the CIP set.

  5. The flow switch will verify return flow, and the conductivity probe will detect the water/detergent interface.

  6. When detergent is detected, it will close the drain and divert the retained detergent to the detergent tank.

  7. Then, after a recipe determined detergent cleaning time, clean rinse liquid will be sent around the cleaning loop. This will now chase out detergent back to its holding tank.

  8. When the detergent tank is full, it will divert the first runnings of the returned rinse water to the recover tank to provide the next batch of pre-wash liquor.

  9. The final action of mos CIP cleans is to add a terminal sterilant to the clean detergent-free rinse liquor. This is injected by volume into the system to recipe concentration.

A key feature of Brewology CIP set is its ability to clean "lights out" when there are no operators around. If you add to the system multi-route auto valves, it's then possible to stack cleans. When one CIP clean is complete it can process the next stacked CIP route. If an alarm occurs during lights out CIP, the HMI/PLC can send out messages to enable a remote operator to remotely view and manage the issue.

More technical information

Read more about our CIP Sets in the provided PDFs

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