Here at Scanjet we understand that the food industry requires guaranteed hygiene and consistent results when cleaning tanks — and our ‘Bio’ range of tank cleaning devices are engineered to deliver just that
Our ‘Responsible Tank Cleaning‘ philosophy addresses these critical hygiene factors, and in addition optimises additional parameters so that cleaning is achieved in the most effective yet sustainable manner.
Our team of experts comprises beverage process specialists and hygiene engineers having quality compliance and HACCP experience across the food production industries. We are globally positioned with our own offices and partners across the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific. With many major food produces being global operations, we fully appreciate the need for tank cleaning equipment and systems which deliver consistently day-in, day-out, regardless of the operating circumstances and wherever in the world they may be located.
The Scanjet ‘Bio’ range of tank cleaning devices leads the market for hygienic self cleaning design and engineering, from the self-cleaning features of the Bio 10 and Bio 25 Rotary Jet Heads (RJH) — considered a first in the world of tank cleaning machine design — to our Rotary Spray Heads (RSH) for smaller tanks and/or easier-to-clean tank contents. Among the benefits of this attention-to-detail are that, unlike most competing devices, no additional nozzles, attachments or operator input is required in order to ensure the unit is itself clean at the end of the CIP cycle. The internal design is based on internationally recognised EHEDG guidelines designed to avoid bug traps and to ensure automatic self-draining at the end of the cleaning cycle.
Whether cleaning tanks containing soups, purees, yogurt, mayonnaise or something else, the Scanjet ‘Bio’ range provides superior cleaning impact on all surfaces within guaranteed time and flow rate parameters.
For your specific tank cleaning needs, our experts will be happy to advise on the ideal model choice and specifications to ensure operational best practice — regardless of the size and shape of your tanks or other vessels, or what you store and produce in them.