Brewmation rethought mobile CIP systems to get the job done faster and better than any system out there. Standard cleaning systems heat the caustic in the CIP tank, then pump the heated caustic into the tank to be cleaned. As the caustic is recaptured in the CIP tank, the temperature of the caustic will rapidly decrease below the manufacturer’s specifications, no longer providing the cleaning power to get the job done. Brewmation’s innovative in-line heating tube heats the caustic to the set temperature during circulation, ensuring the temps never drop below their functional limits. After the caustic rinse, the sanitizer pump kicks in to rinse and recirculate your brew tank.
- Standard 20, 40, 75, and 100 gallon caustic tanks. Custom sizes available for any size brew house – just ask!
- Innovative in-line heater maintains caustic temp to set temperature
- A separate sanitizer line prevents cross-contamination between the sanitizer and caustic fluids
- Directional valves for recirculating and transferring to the brew tank
- 1.5″ tri-clamp connections standard on all sizes
- 6000W (20/40 gallon) or 15000W (above 40 gallon) heating element is GFCI protected for the safety of you, the brewery, as well as the equipment
- Temperature controller and variable speed pump
- Inline liquid sensor & temperature probe assembly prevents dry-firing of heating elements
- UL/cUL listed assembly
- 208/240V single phase, 50A power – comes with NEMA 15-50 straight blade plug
- 208/240V three phase, 30A power – comes with NEMA L21-30 twist lock plug
- 208/240V three phase, 60A power – comes with NEMA 18-60 straight blade plug (over 40G)
What size? The right CIP system is dependent on a number of factors, including the size of the tanks you will be cleaning, the geometry (conical or dished bottom) of the tanks, and the rated flow rate for the spray balls or nozzles that came with your tanks. An properly sized CIP cart will provide a sufficient volume of water at the rated flow rate while maintaining enough liquid in the tank to prevent vortexing, which will introduce air into the CIP pump.
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