Precise CIP control brings double the benefits by reducing losses and by increasing efficiency. Using conductivity and turbidity sensors allow you to measure water and cleaning materials automatically, with high precision and in real time.
Conductivity and turbidity meters make a good deal of sense in CIP systems in dairies, breweries, the beverage industry, wine production, juice production and other food companies.
They’re made of high quality materials, extremely robust and meet international standards for food processing equipment such as 3-A, EHEDG and FDA.
The efficiency of the process and quality of the cleaning result is reproducible. That’s because the continuous high precision control of the CIP process reduces high personnel costs and eliminates quality uncertainties associated with manual samples.
There are extremely fast inline measuring methods and extremely fast response times of less than one second, which allow processes to be monitored and controlled in real time. Switchovers are based on this real time measurement instead of on assumptions, which minimises product losses and reduces water consumption. The duration of the individual cleaning steps is optimised as there’s no need for a safety buffer of several seconds as in time-controlled phase change.
Accurately analysing the degree of contamination ensures the correct amount of expensive CIP cleaners every time, bringing minimal waste and the associated savings. It means reduced water consumption, and waste water reusability and volume control are improved.
Anderson-Negele’s inductive conductivity meter ILM-4 and turbidity sensor ITM-51 can save your operation money by improving product differentiation, phase separation, process control and quality monitoring.
If you’re interested, just get in touch with our pressure and flow specialists. They will always be pleased to discuss your application in detail.
For more information on how you can benefit from using conductivity and turbidity sensors, see the products below or contact our Pressure & Flow team: [email protected] or call 0116 284 9900.Blog
ILM-4 with I/O Link