Temperature plays an important part in CIP processes. The temperature sensor CombiTemp® TFRH measures inside the tank where it is relevant. Time is saved once it is ensured that the lye solution is ready at the appropriate temperature at the beginning of the next cleaning cycle.
Reliable supply of the flow and return flow pump for stable operation. Fitted directly in front of the supply pump, the level switch CleverLevel® provides reliable signals to prevent pump damage due to dry runs.
The calorimetric flow sensor FlexFlow® provides from a single measurement point the two types of information that are required for determining the required energy for heating the CIP system with hot water; temperature and flow rate.
With the flow sensor FlexFlow® in the CIP-pre-run line the desired flow speed can be maintained from the outset. Its calorimetric measurement principle, which measures flow and flow rate can be used to adjust the heat supply.
The flow velocity in the return flow line indicates whether the entire cycle was cleaned at the desired speed. The electromagnetic flow sensor CombiFlow® PF75H has a precision of 0.2% and provides exactly the information that is required to ensure the success of the cleaning in the return flow.
To provide an overview of whether there is sufficient water for the first rinse or sufficient space for another final rinse water, the ultrasonic sensor UNAM measures the precise fill level up to a tank height of 6 m.
Automatic dosage of cleaning concentrate via a magnetic inductive flow sensor PF55S MID
Traceability of all quality and consumption data energy monitoring with the calorimetric flow sensor FlexFlow PF20H
reduction of the preparation time by providing the correct amount of lye solution at the right temperature. Level measurement with the pressure sensors CombiPress PFMH, Radar sensors RR30 or ultrasonic sensors UNAM.
Pressure sensors PP20H monitor the cleaning cycle for blocking and leakage
The basis for efficient CIP cleaning is the selection of the appropriate technology. Find out how you can sustainably optimize CIP cleaning by using sensor technology and how you can equip your plant for the future now. Save energy, water, time and cleaning agents without risking compromises in product safety. In our webinar we will show you how you can minimize bacterial contamination and comply with food safety regulations thanks to our Baumer hygiene connection.
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With the help of the flow sensor FlexFlow, Arla Foods was able for the first time to gain transparency regarding the energy consumption of its cottage cheese production. In addition to the flow quantity, the sensor also measures the temperature of the medium.