Martec’s is a hygiene science-lead approach. We believe the engineering solutions must be driven by the hygiene requirements; letting the achievement of cleanliness standards define the technology required, not the other way around.
Effective cleaning derives from an understanding of the soiling scenarios and hygienic objectives. This approach ensures the most appropriate selection and deployment of equipment for consistent results.
Martec are not tied to specific CIP equipment manufacture, nor a need to sell ‘standard’ solutions, but are free to select best in class technology (some of which clients will probably already have) to efficiently provide the correct solution for the application.
But, the technical solutions must be operated in a manner that maximises the performance inherent in their design.
Our extensive experience of CIP means Martec can offer best in class solutions from optimising existing right up to full 'turn-key' CIP system design and commissioning. By way of example check out our case studies including work we have completed with Nestle.
Rapidly expanding demand meant Nestle Purina continuing to invest heavily in expansion of their pet food manufacturing operations in Russia. Although first production started as recently as 2007 within only a few years the original on-site equipment cleaning capabilities were no longer able to fulfil ongoing and future needs.
New capability needed to be able to service the cleaning needs of several destination circuits including day tank for slurry feeding multiple extruders as well as...