Intrepid tank rinser uses 80% less water
Aug 23, 2011 10:50 AM
Gamajet Cleaning Systems announced the release of the Intrepid tank rinsing machine. The Intrepid offers fast, validatable tank rinsing with 80% less water than the standard spray ball at the same pressure.
This type of cleaning (fast and thorough without use of chemicals) is ideal for cleaning light liquids and powders. A 500-gallon tank that once took 10 minutes at 60 psi and 60 gpm with a spray ball now takes four minutes with only 15 gpm at the same pressure. In addition to the 510 gallons of water saved, the tank will be cleaned thoroughly every time without clogging.
Unlike traditional Gamajet rotary impingement tank cleaners, the Intrepid uses a “direct-drive” design requiring no gear reduction. However, the machine still applies concentrated streams in a complete, 360-degree pattern like all other Gamajet machines. Patents on this direct-drive design have been applied for.
Average operating conditions for the Intrepid are between 10-80 psi and 5-20 gpm. The Intrepid also incorporates a sanitary design, including FDA-compliant materials, self-cleaning and draining capabilities, and a high-polish, sanitary finish, making it ideal for both sanitary and industrial applications.
The Intrepid offers efficient and effective tank rinsing, and is a direct changeout for spray balls. Facilities can trial or purchase the Intrepid through any authorized Gamajet distributor, or directly through the company.
For additional information, visit www.Gamajet.com.
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