Cleaning Principles

As with all cleaning processes, our cleaning principles are based on the Sinner Circle.
The final cleaning result is influenced by the 4 interdependent factors:

Mechanical action

Temperature

Chemical action

Time

A combination of these factors will be determined during every engineering phase, resulting in the best cleaning solution for the applicable product / situation.

Overview of a crate washing machine
A typical crate washer consists of a washing section(s) and a rinsing section. In these sections the nozzles that are mounted on the spraying racks will produce the Mechanical Action of theTemperature Controlled and Chemical Dosed water. Each washing section has its own reservoir for re-use of the washing water and for the rinsing section, fresh water will be used. A transport chain or transport belt will be used to transport the crates through the machine with a certain (controllable) speed to meet the Washing Time for a certain crate / pollution.

inside view washer washing system