Cosmetic Pails Drums Parts Cleaning – Case Study 21155

return conveyor barrel pail washer
Conveyor Washer for Cosmetic Drums Pails
Conveyor Washer for Cosmetic Drums Pails

Background:

At cosmetic companies, the make-up constituents are stored in plastic pails and drums. These need to be cleaned after each use. This company cleaned the containers manually using a hand-held a pressure washer. The result was a mess in more ways than one.

Parts Cleaning Challenge:

Design a conveyor washer that could clean 5 gallon pails as well as 55 gallon drums. The system had to wash and rinse the containers, fit in a really tight room and have a return conveyor so that one operator can load and unload the parts.

Solution/System:

This two (2) stage, stainless steel return conveyor washer has hinged side rails that fold down to secure the smaller pails and a CIP system for the wash and rinse tanks.

Sanitization Parts Washer – Case Study 21154

Sanitary Cosmetic Parts Washer
Sanitization Washer
Sanitization Washer

Background:

This company is a global cosmetics and personal care products manufacturer.

Parts Cleaning Challenge:

The filling machines at cosmetic companies have to be torn down and meticulously cleaned on a regular basis. This company needed a system to automate the cleaning and sanitizing of components.

Solution/System:

The solution was a CE-3000-SAN stainless steel sanitary spray washer with a 37″ diameter turntable and 48″ working height. This machine cycles through a wash stage and at least two (2) rinse stages. The wash solution can be saved and dumped after “X” cycles. Cabinet is hygienic-by-design and the roll-in door exposes a portion of turntable for ergonomic loading of larger volume containers by the operator as well as minimizes overall footprint.

Drum Washer for Pharmaceutical Industry – Case Study 21429

D-24 pharma drum washer
drum washer spray
Drum Washer Spray

Background:

This company is a global manufacturer of integrated containment systems for the pharmaceutical and biotechnical industries.

Parts Cleaning Challenge:

They needed a sanitary system that would be able to clean mass volumes of small rubber parts after punch-out.

Solution/System:

A sanitary drum washer designed specifically for the pharmaceutical industry. Parts are automatically loaded and the drum tumbles the parts through the system. The parts are washed, dried, and then move onto the next stage. The D-24 has a 24″ diameter drum and a super “clean design” to maintain sanitary conditions. All areas of the machine are accessible and there is a self-cleaning cycle. Better Engineering also designed a hydraulic cart to periodically remove the drum for detailed inspection and maintenance.