Centralised Cleaning systems designed and built to your requirements. We understand the importance of hygiene within the food industry, so can advise you on the best type of equipment to use, where there is not a suitable “off the shelf” solution we, design, build and install bespoke hygienic cleaning systems.
As standard we offer:
- Free site visits to assess your needs
- Designed & installed to meet your production demand
- Up to 30 users on one system
- Pipe work & equipment installed & commissioned
Hygiene Cleaning Systems
JWCI will also design and manufacture bespoke pressure cleaning systems to suit a customer’s requirement.
These range from single wall mounted machine to larger multi-pump units for multi user wash down requirements.
Larger water wash down requirements usually consist of a multi-pump which will be more energy efficient especially where there is a requirement for one or two operators most of the working day but at the end of a shift the cleaning is more intense requiring many more operators using the system simultaneously. This can be an efficient method to provide hot pressurized water via a ring main system to various points around a factory.
All of our central pressure systems can be used to apply foam chemicals and sanitizers, hot & cold water. For this we use a number of options ranging from a single foam venturi to a central chemical distribution system whereby the chemical is pumped to satellite dispensers installed in the factory. At these wash stations the foam and sanitizer can be selected and applied using the appropriate lance.
Types of Centralised Wash down systems
Both low pressure systems, medium pressure systems and high pressure systems are available or a combination of pressures can be accommodated by one pumping unit.
The correct cleaning pressure for each cleaning task can be determined by using our free factory survey. This will ensure that you get the most energy efficient, cost effective cleaning system for your factory.
We also place great importance on after sales service arrangements. This can be by means of a “pay as you receive” service plan, to a fully paid up annual maintenance plan, where one fee covers both service and breakdown visits.