These machines guarantee complete cleaning, without the intervention of an operator and without the need for disassembly operations. They also offer different levels of automation.
The water for the cleaning phases can be heated either by steam or electrically.
Cleaning In Place (C.I.P.) is the definition for the cleaning/sanitising processes that occur inside a machine within a production line that doesn’t require removal – or disassembly – of any part of the system.
This procedure allows for effective, safe, and sustainable cleaning specifically by avoiding the need to disassemble and reassemble parts of the machine to clean them manually; in addition to more thorough cleaning and better sanitation, these systems provide significant savings in time and resources, and reduce exposure to the chemicals substances used in the process.
The effectiveness is determined by the combination of four factors, following the criteria according to which the decrease in the impact of one of the factors must be compensated with a greater contribution from the others:
The Spadoni Cleaning in Place (S-51) system consists of: