Keeping Mixers Clean with CIP Considerations

Designing mixers with clean-in-place (CIP) solutions in mind.

May 26, 2016  |  TAGS:  Mixing

Keeping mixers clean

Oakes mixers were featured in an article by Joanie Spencer that was published in both Baking & Snack magazine as well as BakingBusiness.com. The article includes a quote from Bob Peck, vice-president, engineering for E.T. Oakes discussing how Oakes keeps clean-in-place (CIP) considerations in mind when designing its mixers:

E.T. Oakes also keeps CIP considerations in mind when designing its mixers. “In the case of a batch mixer, we’ll supply spray balls inside the mixing tank, under the cover to aid in cleaning those tanks in place,” said Bob Peck, vice-president of engineering, E.T. Oakes Corp. Water pressure and high flowrates from a CIP system will cause the ball to rotate and spray the cleaning solution over a 360° cleaning area in a variety of patterns. The company also offers CIP pumps on their machines that go into CIP mode without wheeling in separate pumps.

To read the complete article, please visit BakingBusiness.com or find it on page 65 inside the May 2016 Baking & Snack magazine.

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