Rotary Jet Head tank-cleaning offering greater overall output
Alfa Laval TJ40G Rotary Jet Head tank-cleaning devices provide exceptional cleanability, better end-product quality, greater overall output and up to 70% reduction in operating costs. They are designed for hygienic applications, such as food, dairy, personal care and beverages.
High impact quality assured cleaning in a 360° repeatable cleaning pattern
- Avoid contamination with effective cleaning performance and superior self-cleaning features
- Cost efficient and sustainable solution reduces cleaning costs by up to 70% (water and chemicals)
- More available production time with up to 60% faster cleaning times
- Easy to service and maintain – no special tools required
- Control of CIP through validated cleaning
The TJ40G provides automated 3D-indexed impact cleaning over a defined time period for processing, storage and transportation tanks and other vessels between 50 and 500 m3. The design is suitable for cleaning brewing equipment as well as for food and dairy processes and is a cost effective means of achieving hygienically safe and quality assured tank cleaning.
Effective tank cleaning with low operating costs
The strong jet generates a high mechanical force and covers 360° to efficiently remove remaining products and residues and provide the best hygienic conditions for production. As the force generated by the rotary jet head increases, the water consumption decreases, which leads to significant cost savings as illustrated in the diagrams. (based on Dr. Sinner’s cleaning philosophy.
- Cost savings (water, chemicals): 70%*
- Time saving = more production time: 60%*
*compared with traditional static spray ball cleaning
Static Spray Ball
Alfa Laval TJ20G / TJ40G
Blue = Water consumption/time
Red = Mechanical action
Yellow = Temperature
Grey = Chemicals
360° Service and maintenance
Validate your tank cleaning process
Alfa Laval Rotacheck validates the rotary jet heads cleaning process, reduces water consumption and product loss. Provides peace of mind.
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