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  1. Gamajet Cleaning Systems Rotary Impingement Tank Cleaning The most effective and efficient tank cleaning solution

  2. Why Clean? You Can’t Make Good Soup in a Dirty Pot! • Quality Control • Prevent Cross-Contamination • Remove Build-Up or Sludge • Meet Standards and Requirements • Prepare Tank for Entry (Repairs) • Remove Hazardous Gases • Maintain the Equipment Regardless of the reason, cleaning is a necessary component of every process.

  3. What is Cleaning? • Cleaning • a: to make clean: as (1): to rid of dirt, impurities, or extraneous matter. (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) • Primary Factors • Time • Temperature • Chemical Action • Mechanical Force • Secondary Factors • Soil/Residue • Type, Condition, Amount • Surface Material • Accessability

  4. Elements of Cleaning • Efficiencyef·fic ien·cy – n.; skillfulness in avoiding wasted time and effort • Effectivenessef·fec tive·ness, adj.; producing or capable of producing a desired effect

  5. Sinners Circle – Efficiency of Clean Understanding the relationship between time, temperature, chemical action and mechanical force. – Dr. Herbert Sinner (1959)

  6. Sinners CircleManipulating the Cleaning Scenario • Hot Water (Temperature) • Soap (Chemical Action) • Soaking over Night (Time) • Scrubbing (Mechanical Action)

  7. Cleaning Pattern - Effectiveness of Clean • Cleaning Pattern • Full Coverage Cleaning • Shadow Areas • Repeatable and Reliable • Reliable • Malfunction • Human Error

  8. Comparison of Tank Cleaning Processes • Dr. Herbert Sinner • Primary Cleaning Factors • Time • Temperature • Chemical Action • Mechanical Force

  9. Boiling Out • The process of filling a tank or vessel with a concentrated chemical solution and then heating the tank to remove the toxins and residues. • Cleaning Pattern: N/A • Level of Cleanliness: Poor to Fair • Operating Costs: High • Confined Space Entry: Probable • Mechanical Reliability: N/A

  10. SprayBalls (Static and Rotary) • Static or rotating nozzles designed to create a “liquid sheet” that erodes away residue while cascading the walls of the tank interior. • Cleaning Pattern: Poor • Level of Cleanliness: Fair • Operating Costs: High • Confined Space Entry: Probable • Mechanical Reliability: Poor Spray ball technology was first introduced in the early 1950’s with the start of CIP cleaning.

  11. Spray Balls (Static and Rotary) STATIC ROTARY

  12. Rotary Wetting • A rotary wetting device typically consists of nozzles rotating on two planes, to create a fast moving full-coverage 360-degree “wetting” (minimal impact and dwelling) pattern. • Cleaning Pattern: Good • Level of Cleanliness: Moderate • Operating Costs: Moderate • Confined Space Entry: Possible • Mechanical Reliability: Fair to Good

  13. Manual Cleaning / Scrubbing • The process of entering the tank and manually cleaning with a hose, pressure washer or scrubbing mechanism. • Cleaning Pattern: N/A • Level of Cleanliness: Fair to Good • (Monday Morning)-Human Error • Operating Costs: High (Labor) • Confined Space Entry: 100% • Mechanical Reliability: N/A

  14. Gamajet: Rotary Impingement Cleaning • A fluid-driven device that optimizes the pressure and flow to create two high impact cleaning jets producing mechanical force, that scour the tank interior in a complete 360-degree pattern. • Cleaning Pattern: Excellent • Level of Cleanliness: Excellent • Operating Costs: Low • Confined Space Entry: Rare • Mechanical Reliability: High

  15. What is IMPACT – Mechanical Force • Normal and Shear Force • Theoretical Impact = 0.0526 x (GPM) x √(PSI) • Influential Factors • Operating Conditions • Distance • Angle • Rotational Speed • Obstructions

  16. Impact Video:

  17. Validatable Pattern • Indexing Impact • Full 360-Degree Coverage • Repeatable and Reliable • Cycle Time 4-25 Minutes (Dwell Time)

  18. Effectiveness Video:

  19. Effective Results (Before and After) • Most Cases Result in • 80% Less Water • 85% Less Time • 90% Less Chemicals • Elimination of Confined Space Entry • Every Gamajet Solution Results in 100% Effective Cleaning

  20. Cleaning and Sustainability Sustainability calls for policies and strategies that meet societies present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. From a business perspective the goal of sustainability is to increase value while decreasing industries use of materials and reducing negative impacts on the environment. -Environmental Protection Agency • Sustainability goals can be achieved through CIP Optimization • Less Energy Consumption • Less Waste Water • Less Chemicals

  21. DECREASE INCREASE Benefits of Impingement Cleaning • Accuracy of Cleaning • Production • Bottom Line • Sustainability • Resources • Water • Time • Chemicals • Energy • Tank Downtime • Confined Space Entry

  22. Case Study – Food and Beverage 85% Less Water/Chemicals 91% Less Time 71% Increased Production Mason, OH Tank Type: 12 Process & Storage Tanks Tank Residue: Burnt on Sauces Current Procedure: SprayBalls • Tank Cleaning Downtime Per Year: 4,380 • Water Usage Per Year: 3,504,000 Gallons • Batch Time Start to Finish: 6 Hours (Includes Cleaning 3 Tanks) • Batches Per Year: 1,460 Solution: Gamajet Aseptic VI: 115 psi 15 gpm. Cleaning includes 2 minute pre-rinse, 5 minute re-circulated wash with caustic, final 2 minute rinse. Total Time: 9 Minutes (No Clogging) • Tank Cleaning Downtime Per Year: 375 • Water Usage Per Year: 525,420 Gallons • Batch Time Start to Finish: 3.5 Hours (Includes Cleaning 3 Tanks) • Batches Per Year: 2,502

  23. Small Machines – Up to 5’ Range

  24. Mid Sized Machines – Up to 25’ Range

  25. Large Machines – Up to 200’ Range

  26. Customers Served

  27. Thank you!