Decentralised stations DSW

When the production space uses different chemicals or other doses a decentralised cleaning is the solution. Decentralised cleaning is also usually opted for when the production space is not so large. With this system, decentralised draw-off satellites are assembled in the production space that are connected to a pressure-booster unit through a piping network or otherwise. The satellites are fed by jerry cans placed under the satellite. The satellite sucks the chemical up through suction hoses.

In the decentralised cleaning systems range BOONS FIS offers different high quality draw-off stations that are extremely user-friendly and highly effective. Depending on the number of products that the customer wishes to use, one can choose between draw-off stations that can suck up one, two or more chemical products. Then the operator can use the decentralised cleaning system to easily foam, rinse and/or disinfect by selecting one of the options using the simple selector switch.

Depending on the pressure you require, the draw-off stations can be directly connected to the piping network (working at between 3 and 10 bar) or connected a pressure-booster installation. The big difference between decentralised cleaning systems and a central chemical supply is that chemicals in these decentralised draw-off satellites are sucked in from jerry cans at the bottom of the draw-off stations. The chemical supply is controlled by suction hoses.

The decentralised draw-off stations are all conceived according to the hygienic design principle, they are extremely robust, and reliable and simple to use. This all ensures that your cleaning process takes place optimally.

BOONS FIS is happy to help you choose between a centralised and a decentralised installation. Read more about both options here!

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