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The Scanjet Bio series rotary spray head (RSH) tank cleaning devices offer you class-leading performance, reliability and ease of use, making them the preferred choice for anyone looking for the most advanced spray head for cleaning small and medium-sized tanks in a wide range of settings.

Scanjet Bio series rotary spray heads

The Scanjet Bio RSH range from left to right: Bio 7SB, Bio 5SB, Bio 2SB

 

What makes the Bio RSH different?

While other spray devices do of course exist on the market, none is quite like the Bio RSH.

Compared with the simplest design — namely the static (as in, non-rotating) spray ball — the Bio series RSH cleans far more effectively and produces vastly superior cleaning outcomes.  Yet thanks to its unique design the Bio RSH uses considerably less water and chemicals to do its job, giving you much better results while helping to keep your costs down and also putting less strain on the environment.

As a step up from the static type, there are also rotating devices on the market, mostly based on a ball-bearing design.  Here the Bio series RSH has a distinct advantage as it employs a unique fluid-bearing rotary mechanism, meaning that during operation the rotating part is constantly suspended on a ‘cushion’ of fluid (the water or other cleaning medium running through it), thus avoiding the need for mechanical bearings which wear down over time.  The fluid-bearing design gives the Bio RSH a service life typically 2-3 times that of conventional rotary spray balls.  And longer life of course means lower replacement costs, less maintenance downtime and more straightforward operations.

 

The Bio RSH series consists of three models of different sizes. Each model is available with different connection options (see photo at the bottom of the page).

Thanks to the many sizes and connection options, the Bio RSH models are easy to install, whether you’re building a new CIP tank cleaning system from scratch or upgrading an existing one based on ordinary spray devices.

The Bio RSH is also compatible with the Scanjet WASHTRAC sensor used for continuous monitoring and verifying its operation.

 

 

Why choose the Bio RSH?

Ideally suited for Benefits Key Features Standards
+ Mixing vessels

+ Beverage storage tanks

+ Yeast tanks

+ IBC’s

+ Barrel cleaning

… and much more besides

+ Low water and detergent use

+ Much better cleaning outcome than with static spray balls

+ Much longer life than conventional ball-bearing designs

+ Fluid-bearing

+ Self-cleaning

+ Self-draining

+ 360° impact coverage

+ Surface finish roughness: Ra = 0.8 μm (30 μ inch); others finishes available on request

+ Designed to EHEDG and GMP guidelines

+ Available with EN10204-2.1, 2.2 or 3.1 material and FDA 21CFR compliance certificates

+ Available with 3A-certification (clip-on and weld-on connections)

 

 

How do the models differ?

Model comparison of the Scanjet Bio RSH range:
 Bio 2SBBio 5SBBio 7SB
Scanjet Bio 2SB rotary spray headScanjet Bio 5SB rotary spray headScanjet Bio 7SB rotary spray head
Approximate size
(NB: Ø and weight vary by connection)
54 mm H
25 mm Ø
< 75 g weight
75 mm H
45 mm Ø
< 180 g weight
115 mm H
65 mm Ø
< 480 g weight
Connections — thread3/8" BSP female
3/8" NPT female
3/4" BSP Female
3/4" NPT Female
1 1/4" BSP female
1 1/4" NPT female
Connections — clip-on
(3A-certified)
3/4" US clip-on1" ISO clip-on (Ø25.3 ID)
1" US clip-on (Ø25.6 ID)
1 1/2" ISO clip-on
1 1/2" US clip-on
Connections — weld-on
(3A-certified)
3/4" weld-on
(*)
1" weld-on (Ø25.0 OD)
1" weld-on DIN 11866-C
1 1/2" weld-on
Typical tank size
Flow1.6-3.4 m³/h
(7-15 USgpm)
4.1-9.8 m³/h
(18-43 USgpm)
10.7-27.5 m³/h
(47-120 USgpm)
Pressure1-5 bar
(14-72 psi)
Maximum temperature95°C (200°F) working
150°C (300°F) ambient
Read more...Go to Bio 2SB product pageGo to Bio 5SB product pageGo to Bio 7SB product page

(*) The Bio 2SB is also available on request in two special weld-on versions, 3/4″ ASME BPE and DN15 DIN 11850-2

 

 

 

Different connection options of the Scanjet Bio rotary spray heads

The three connections from left to right: clip-on, weld-on, thread

 

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