With constant eyes on profit margins, processors strive to make every dollar count on the processing line. Are you trying to figure out your next continuous improvement project aimed at maximizing profits for your operations? Turbidity monitoring from Anderson-Negele can help to maximize profits while saving money on wasted product going down the drain during cleaning cycles.
How it works:
Turbidity is defined as, "the phenomenon where by a specific portion of a light beam passing through a specific liquid medium is reflected by undissolved particles." Basically, the sensor acts like a flashlight into the light stream and senses the light that comes
Tank cleaning technology has advanced as improvements to hygienic standards have changed. As that change has taken place, priority has been placed on cleanliness of equipment and storage tanks, which helps to ensure quality in food products.
Many organizations such as 3-A have developed standards across the food industry specific to cleaning of a tank. Coupled with hygiene is the added task of reducing chemical and water usage. A common acronym that is used with tank cleaning methodologies is TACT which stands for Time, Action, Chemistry, and Temperature (see figure 1). New technology harnesses the time and action portions of the acronym and are displayed in the chart commonly referred to as the sinner circle.