Reduce or even eliminate the need
for confined space entry for manual tank
Reduce or even eliminate the need
for confined space entry for manual tank
The latest innovation within the company’s broad tank cleaning portfolio, the Alfa Laval
TJ40G raises the bar for tank cleaning performance of critical hygienic applications in the food, dairy, beverage, pharmaceutical, home and personal care industries. What’s new is an improved self-cleaning function of the interior and exterior of the device itself, and 100% coverage of tank interior.
“Expect exceptional levels of tank cleaning from the new Alfa Laval TJ40G Rotary Jet Head,” says Kim Kjellberg, Product Portfolio Manager, Tank Cleaning. “Designed in response to the demand for increased hygienic levels, the self-cleaning system is more effective due to numerous features such as small holes in the hub that make sure the cone of the machine is clean, thereby removing residue that other tank cleaning devices may miss.”
The TJ40G uses a high-impact jet stream to effectively clean tough tank residue and minimize the risk of product contamination. This four-nozzle rotary jet head also cleans tanks 60% faster than static spray ball technology, which increases production uptime. And because it cleans faster, the Alfa Laval TJ40G uses less water and less cleaning agents thereby reducing operating costs by up to 70%.
The eight-cycle cleaning pattern of the Alfa Laval TJ40G Rotary Jet Head gets successively denser as the cleaning cycle progresses, ensuring full coverage and thorough cleaning. Using the powerful mechanical impact of the jet stream to achieve outstanding cleaning results, the Alfa Laval TJ40G requires less time, energy, water and cleaning agents than comparable CIP methods.
The Alfa Laval TJ40G is capable of handling tough tank residue as well as solids up to 1mm in the cleaning fluid. This is particularly important for demanding process lines where both the size and the amount of particles, such as brew house application, may be re-circulated in cleaning media before completing the cleaning cycle.
Not only does the Alfa Laval TJ40G Rotary Jet Head provide spotless cleaning of the tank interior, it also cleans itself – inside and out. Its hygienic self-cleaning construction ensures that the flow of the cleaning fluid reaches the external surfaces of the rotary jet head, as well as the critical internal components such as all bushings, bearings and inner surfaces. This minimizes the risk of product contamination and ensures a high product quality.
To see more information about the Alfa Laval TJ40 G Rotary Jet Head tank-cleaning machine, click the links below.
Kettle Tank Cleaning Equipment
Kettle tank cleaning can be very challenging since kettles are used to cook or heat products and oftentimes there is burnt on residue that is difficult to clean. Challenging cleaning applications require a lot of mechanical force, or cleaning impingement, to get the job done quickly and effectively.
Kettle tanks are typically small to mid-sized in order to control temperatures easier. They often have mixers or scrapers within them for mixing or blending product. For tanks with mixers or scrapers, we recommend the Alfa Laval TJ20G. Its tight cleaning pattern enables the water jets to get around the obstructions easier. The Alfa Laval TJ 20G rotary jet head provides 3D indexed impact cleaning over a defined time period. It is automatic and represents a guaranteed means of achieving quality assurance in tank cleaning. Used in breweries, food and dairy processes and many other industries, the device is suitable for processing, storage and transportation tanks and vessels between 4,000 to 40,000 US gallons. The award-winning design is particularly suitable for hygienic industries that follow European Hygienic Equipment Design Group guidelines.
For the most challenging residues, like burnt on sauces, we recommend the Alfa Laval A20 tank cleaning device. The field-proven Alfa Laval A20 is part of the world-renowned range of Gamajet high impact tank cleaning devices. This tank cleaning device is designed to be flow-through, meaning no lubricant can pass through the gear train. It has been proven to provide companies with up to 85% in water, time, energy, and resource savings compared to static spray balls. This device is capable of cleaning tanks with capacities between 18.9 m³ – 94.6 m³ (5,000-25,000 gallons). The Alfa Laval A20 fits through openings as small as 10 cm (4”) and operates at low pressures and flows. By implementing this device into their tank cleaning process, companies spend less time cleaning and more time producing.
For easy to clean kettle tanks that just require a rinse, we recommend the Alfa Laval rotary spray heads.
Designed to eliminate the need for manual cleaning, the Alfa Laval GJ 9 tote/IBC cleaning device uses water, solvent, or caustic to blast residues from the tote interior, in a precise, 360° pattern. The device is designed to clean totes/bulk containers in 2 – 7 minutes, including the hard-to-reach top corners. As the most widely used container for storing and transporting materials, faster and more effective cleaning of bulk/shipping containers provides a quick return on investment. Our patented rotary impingement cleaning technology ensures the entire tote interior is thoroughly cleaned in the most efficient manner, utilizing the least amount of resources including: time, energy, and wash fluid.
No pump? No problem. Our Toteblast Station is a complete, economical system that includes the Alfa Laval GJ 9 tank cleaning device, a high pressure pump, custom inlet cover, and all the necessary hoses and fittings. Simply install the pump, hook up your supply lines, and your container is ready to be thoroughly cleaned in 2 – 7 minutes.
Storage tanks are found in virtually every industry, and range in size significantly.Typically they are wide open tanks with no internal obstructions. Oftentimes, storage tanks need to be cleaned between batches or flushed out on a regular basis to avoid contamination. The ideal storage tank washer takes into account the size and residue in the tank. Alfa Laval tank cleaning offers a wide range of storage tank cleaning devices, for all sizes and residues. Visit our web site to determine which is best for your application.
Alfa Laval tank cleaning devices use patented technology that combine pressure and flow to create high impact cleaning jets. Cleaning occurs not just where the concentrated stream impacts the surface, but also through the tangential force that radiates from that point and blasts contaminants from the surface, scouring the tank interior. The high-impact cleaning jets are delivered in a precise, repeatable and reliable, 360° pattern. This combination of impact in a controlled indexing pattern results in an economic ideal, because impact is a one time investment; chemicals, temperature and time are continual, never-ending expenditures. With a quick return-on-investment, our rotary impingement devices are guaranteed to positively impact the ultimate scorecard, your bottom line.
Customers that convert to Gamajet or Toftjorg rotary jet heads from manual cleaning, static spray balls and the fill and drain method, typically realize a:
100% Satisfaction with Cleaning Effectiveness
70-80% Decrease in Wash Fluid (Water and Cleaning Chemicals)
75-85% Decrease in Time Spent Cleaning
10-20% Increase in Productivity
90-100% Decrease in Confined Space Entry for Manual Cleaning
Fermentation tanks, or fermenters, are designed to turn feed stock into alcohol forenergy use (ex. ethanol) or human consumption (ex. wine, beer).
Within the wine, beer and distilling industry, fermentation tank cleanliness is extremely important to avoid contamination issues and create a high quality product. Plus, higher yields can be generated from a clean tank. These tanks get dirty and require a high impact tank cleaning device to ensure a clean, uncontaminated tank. For large tanks, we recommend the Alfa Laval GJ 8 or GJ 4 tank cleaning devices. For mid-sized fermenters, we recommend the Alfa Laval PF fermenter cleaning device. And for small fermentation tanks, we recommend the Alfa Laval GJ 9 tank cleaner.
In the Ethanol industry, a powerful, durable machine is necessary. These tanks are very large, and the residue is very challenging to clean. There are typically obstructions and/or agitators and a tank cleaning device must be able to clean in and around them. Clean tanks leads to higher yields. We recommend the Alfa Laval GJ 8 tank cleaner because is extremely powerful, lightweight, durable, and particulate is designed to stay out of the gearhead, thereby increasing lifespan.
Mixers are found in all industries, and in all phases of manufacturing. The function of a mixer is to mix ingredients, whether they be chemicals, paint, food, etc. Because the application is so varied, this is where the expertise of Alfa Laval Tank Cleaning comes into play. We provide a customized, engineered solution for every mixer cleaning application. We base our mixer cleaning device recommendation on the size and configuration of the mixer, the tank residue that must be cleaned, the level of hygienic equipment required, the mixer opening size, and more.
Some of the tank cleaning devices that are often recommend are:
Large mixers in an industrial application: Alfa Laval GJ8 mixing tank cleaner
Small to mid-sized mixer in an industrial application: Alfa Laval GJ9 mixer cleaning device
For more information, visit www.gamajet.com, email us at email@example.com or call 877-426-2538.
Reactor cleaning equipment
Reactor tanks are vessels designed to contain chemical reactions, and they are often used in the chemical and related industries. A chemical reactor vessel may have a cooling or heating jacket or cooling or heating coils (tubes) wrapped around the outside of its vessel wall to cool down or heat up the contents. A reactor may also feature agitator blades on the shaft for mixing. Baffles at the bottom of the reactor also aid the mixing process. Reactor size ranges significantly depending on application and industry. Materials used in reactor tanks can be solids or liquids and vary in level of ease of cleanability.
The Alfa Laval GJPF reactor cleaning device offers powerful 360-degree cleaning impact, designed to scour the interior of a mid-sized to large reactor clean. Easy to maintain, and operating at lower pressures, this tank cleaning device is available in a flow-through design for hygienic applications in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, personal care and food industries. It is also available in a grease-lubricated version for added lifespan in industrial applications such as chemicals. The device offers 25 lbs (11.5 kg) of cleaning impact at 25 feet (7.5 m).
The Alfa Laval GJ8 reactor cleaning device is ideal for cleaning large reactors in industrial applications, such as chemical, and offers an exceptional 40 lbs (18 kg) of cleaning force at 25 feet (7.5 m). Surprisingly lightweight, the machine’s durable, non-clogging design and reliability make it a favorite within industrial applications.
The Alfa Laval GJA6 tank cleaning machine offers cleaning impact of 10 lbs at 5 feet. (4.5 kg at 1.5 m) and cleaning cycle times around 10 minutes for a small to mid-sized reactor. Highly sanitary in design, the tank cleaner is self-cleaning and self-draining – and it fits through a 3” sanitary fitting (2.80” or 71 mm).
The Alfa Laval GJ9 reactor cleaning device uses 12 lbs of cleaning force at 10 feet (5.5 kg at 3 m) and is capable of cleaning the most challenging residues in a small to mid-sized reactor. Compact, durable and easy to maintain, the GJ 9 typically cleans tanks in 4 – 12 minutes.