Clean-In-Place Station

CIP (Clean-In-Place) STATION is a device that automates the cleaning of  winery and brewery equipment without disassembling it. It consists of two or three tanks that store and heat the cleaning solutions and one or two pumps that circulate the solutions through the equipment, such as fermenters, brite tanks, and pipes. A spray ball is usually attached to the equipment to spray the solutions on the inner surfaces and remove any dirt, bacteria, or residues. 

CIP machine can improve the hygiene, quality, and efficiency of the winemaking and brewing process, as it reduces the risk of contamination, saves time and labor, and optimizes the use of chemicals and water.

There are two types of CIP machines: two tanks CIP system and three tanks CIP system. The difference between them is the number of tanks that store the cleaning solutions. 

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Clean-In-Place Station Specifications

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TypeTypes of tanksVolume per tank (L)Volume per tank (US gal)PumpsControlValvesConstruction
CIP 2x100 litalkaline + acid100261manualmanualmobile, on wheels
CIP 2x200 litalkaline + acid200531manualmanualmobile, on wheels
CIP 2x300 litalkaline + acid300791manualmanualmobile, on wheels
CIP 3x300 litalkaline + acid + water300792automaticelectro-pneumaticfixed, on frame
CIP 3x300 litalkaline + acid + water6001592automaticelectro-pneumaticfixed, on frame
CIP 3x1000 litalkaline + acid + water10002642automaticelectro-pneumaticfixed, on frame

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