Biofuels Automation offers automated CIP system

By | August 01, 2006
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As sodium hydroxide prices increase and maximized fermentation efficiency becomes vital, Swanson Flo-Systems subsidiary Biofuels Automation recently unveiled an automated clean-in-place (CIP) blending and management system. The skid-based unit combines automated sodium hydroxide dilution blending with a patented filtration technology that nearly expels spent CIP return issues, according to Project Director Hans Alwin. Biofuels Automation offers start-up management once the unit is installed.

The payback for this unit can be as little as six months. Visit for more information.