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CONFIGURED HEAT EXCHANGER SYSTEM FOR PROCESS CLEANING

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In 2010, a process engineering firm was hired to design and install a clean-in-place (CIP) system at a manufacturing plant. CIP is a method of cleaning the interior surfaces of pipes, vessels, process equipment, filters and associated fittings, without disassembly. It involves heating fluids for the cleaning process.

The application called for increasing 55 degree cleaning fluid to 200 degrees. The firm planned to supply a prefabricated skid with a heat exchanger for the end user.

The design firm, which had a 20 year history working with Industrial Controls, sought help supplying a heat exchanger complete with control valves, heat/pressure/flow measurement, and steam traps for condensate recovery. Industrial Controls took the firm’s design and recommended the controls that would maximize the efficiency of the system. They supplied the controls, training and support required to meet the end-user’s needs.



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