Prevent clogging in tanks with BETE HydroClaw
A tomato processing plant had a problem cleaning their tanks in which the tomatoes were processed. The nozzles they used to clean the tanks were always clogged by seeds and peels. Fortunately, BETE HydroClaw provided the right solution, and the tomato processing tank can now be effectively kept clean.
Why BETE HydroClaw?
In the food processing and beverage industry, seeds, husks, pulp, stems, and grains circulating in reused water systems can cause blockages in tanks. To be successful, it is essential to maintain and clean tanks hygienically. Problems within these systems lead to loss of time, waste of money and loss of resources, which is absolutely unacceptable.
Fortunately, BETE HydroClaw offers an innovative solution for cleaning tanks in various industries. The system is designed to prevent blockages and provides effective cleaning, improving the efficiency of the production process and reducing maintenance costs.
Advantages of BETE HydroClaw
- Clogging-insensitive (3 times as wide throughput (ø7 mm) as a comparable spray ball)
- Made of 316L stainless steel, which is suitable for clean-in-place (CIP) and food grade applications.
- Full coverage of 360°, which ensures thorough and effective cleaning of the tanks
- ISO 9001:2015 certified
- The ability to solve the challenges of unique and complex processes
BETE HydroClaw result
The BETE HydroClaw has a low-maintenance design, due to which the nozzles can rinse themselves while cleaning tanks, without jamming rotating parts or gears. Accordingly, the tank is always clean and ready for the next cycle, which saves a lot of money and time.
After testing the six new BETE HydroClaw nozzles in the tank cleaning system, the tomato processing plant was so satisfied with the performance that they immediately ordered more nozzles to improve the efficiency of cleaning tanks at other locations. Spraybest’s commitment and expertise have ensured that the tomato processing plant was able to achieve their goals.
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