In dairies, it is preferable to disinfect the plants with hot water at approx. 90 degrees and a final temperature of 85 degrees to ensure that the bacteria are killed.
However, the high temperature also poses a problem as many pumps become stuck during CIP (temperatures above 80 degrees) because the screws expand and get stuck on the pump housing.
In these cases, it is therefore necessary to preheat and cool down after CIP, before the pumps can run again.
And heating and cooling equal downtime.
Do you also want to avoid having to spend precious time heating and cooling the system in connection with CIP?
Then read on - we have a solution.