CIP System


Dairy Equipment


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Category description

Economy Solutions’ CIP (cleaning in place) systems are designed to ensure high standards of hygiene and cleanliness in the production of beverages, fruit juices, foodstuffs, dairy products, pharmaceutical products, and more. Both manual and automatic versions available. Our automatic systems feature PLC with dedicated software, touchscreen control panel, and easy-to-use interface. Save recipes and customize parameters such as type of washing, temperature, cycle times, and solution concentrations for precision and compliance.

CIP System find applications in:

  • Dairy

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Frequently Asked Questions


A CIP (Clean-in-Place) system is a method of cleaning the interior surfaces of pipes, tanks, and other equipment in a dairy processing facility without disassembling the equipment. The system uses a combination of chemicals and water to remove bacteria, dirt, and other contaminants.

There are two types of CIP systems used in the dairy industry: single-use and multi-use. A single-use CIP system is used to clean a specific piece of equipment, while a multi-use CIP system is used to clean multiple pieces of equipment.

CIP systems can save time and labor by cleaning equipment in place, reduce water usage, and improve the overall sanitation of the facility.

Sodium hydroxide, caustic soda, and acid are typical chemicals used in a CIP system for the dairy process, depending on the type of equipment being cleaned and the type of contaminants present.

The cleaning process in a CIP system is controlled and monitored using sensors, flow meters, and control valves. The system also uses programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to automatically adjust the flow of chemicals and water based on the readings from the sensors.

CIP systems are designed to avoid cross-contamination by using dedicated piping, pumps, and tanks for each cleaning solution. Additionally, the system is designed to prevent backflow of cleaning solutions into other areas of the facility.

Regular maintenance and upkeep of a CIP system include inspecting and replacing worn parts, cleaning and sanitizing the system, and testing the system to ensure it is working properly.

The frequency of use for a CIP system will vary depending on the type of equipment, the type of product being processed, and the sanitation requirements of the facility.

The most common problems encountered with CIP systems in the dairy process include clogging, leaks, and improper chemical dosing.

Optimizing the CIP system for energy efficiency and cost savings can be achieved by using low-flow nozzles, heat recovery systems, and implementing a good cleaning schedule. It’s also important to monitor the system’s performance and make adjustments as necessary.


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