Tank-Washing Nozzle Is Self cleaning And Media Lubricated
The new HydroWhirl Poseidon from Bete is a clean-in-place (CIP) rotating tank-washing nozzle that combines slow-moving rotation and high-impact spray pattern for more efficient cleaning. It is suitable for tanks up to 22 feet in diameter often found in the food, beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
The bearing-less design provides a slow, nearly constant rotation speed over the operating pressure range. The slow, nearly constant rotation speed of the HWP was designed to produce more efficient cleaning and use of resources over static spray balls and other rotating spray ball designs through increased impact and longer spray dwell time on the target surface.
The HydroWhirl Poseidon is self-cleaning and media lubricated. As a result of its self-cleaning, self-lubricating characteristics, the possibility of process contamination is eliminated, according to Bete. The PTFE material of construction with clip-on (316 SS retaining pin) or threaded connections is suitable for corrosive environments and harsh cleaning fluids. It is made from FDA-approved materials for use in CIP applications.
With six standard models, each with eight or nine different connection options, Bete can recommend a HydroWhirl Poseidon for a wide range of tank sizes to clean challenges found in a variety of applications.