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Modular cleaning system for tanks of all sizes

By Chemical Engineering |

GEA Group

The OC200 orbital cleaner (photo) rotates around the horizontal and vertical axis, providing a modular and efficient solution for the cleaning of hygienic process, storage and fermentation tanks of all sizes. The OC200 can be equipped with two, three or four nozzles of differing length and diameter. The internal profiling of the nozzles creates a high-impact jet, which ensures intensive cleaning of the inner surface of the tank or container. The orbital cleaner can be operated at pressures ranging from 4 to 10 bars. It covers a wide range of tank sizes with its variance in terms of the number of nozzles, variable nozzle diameters, lengths and rotation speeds. Thanks to its powerful jets, it can clean tanks with a diameter of up to 36 m. — GEA Group AG, Düsseldorf, Germany

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