Improved Spray Dry Nozzle Cleaning Hygiene

Saturday, 01 April, 2017 | Supplied by: Spray Nozzle Engineering

Increased scrutiny of milk powder and infant formula production plants has seen the need for higher levels of both cleaning and hygiene.

One of the most critical parts of the production process is the spray dry nozzle system. Spray dry nozzles are precision components and small in size. Nozzles that are not properly maintained can affect powder quality and cause unnecessary contamination. The components can suffer damage during operation and cleaning. Build-up of burnt liquid inside the cap chamber, outer edges of the cap or near the threads is a common problem.

The Click&Dry Spray Dry Series by Spray Nozzle Engineering has made cleaning and hygiene in this area easier and safer.

The system is designed with improved cleaning and maintenance in mind. With its smooth cap chamber technology, nozzle caps in the series do not use O-Ring sealing grooves in the cap, thanks to the push fit CCT (concentric clasp technology). Hygiene is improved with a totally smooth and easy to clean cap chamber design.

Added to this is the easy-clean large thread system, a standard feature that makes the nozzle system safe and easy to disassemble.

If heavy product adhesion is a problem, the series can be ordered with optional screw clasp technology, giving users easy removal, without wear part breakage.

Engineers have improved the spray dry series to address all areas of performance including easier cleaning, productivity, powder quality, faster change-outs and long-term cost savings.

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