Effective management of clean-in-place (CIP) systems can be more complicated than process management because CIP routes tend to be longer and more involved. CIP management requires control modules to implement different actions from those implemented during process management. Running product and performing CIP management within a process cell at the same time requires comprehensive control module coordination.
Equipment cleaning can consume 10 to 30 percent of a process cell’s available production capacity. CIP management must meet the following requirements:
- Consistent—cleans all the equipment the same way every time
- Flexible—easily adapts to reduce the drain on process cell capacity
- Self-documenting—keeps records of any variations or upsets in the cleaning process
- Capable—easily runs a complete cleaning procedure or cleans a certain process cell segment
- Safe—interlocks with the process in a way that prevents product contamination
ECS’s approach to CIP management offers all of this as part of its value-focused Total Process Automation principles.
Let Us Create a Total Process Automation Solution for You!
Batch Manufacturing Experts
After more than three decades of developing batch process control systems using a total process automation approach, we have the experience and expertise it takes to build powerful, high-performing plants that produce high-quality yields. Because we are dedicated to performance improvement and innovation in batch manufacturing the approaches that we have developed over 40 years are all designed to BOOST production performance and quality.Let’s Discuss Your Need
Latest Case Study
A Batch Solution To Address Immediate Needs And Future ImprovementsRead Case Study Here