Since 1879

CIP System

A CIP system usually consists of the following modules:

  • made of 316L
  • standing on adjustable feet
  • conical Tank lower and top cover
  • In the water tank outlet is centrally mounted on the lower cover.
  • In caustic, acid and/or disinfection tank the outlet is mounted in the tank wall. Thus, the tanks have a sedimentation so that the media will run with the least possible pollution load back into the cleaning circuit.
  • Integrated cleaning nozzles for cleaning the tanks, e.g. CIP in CIP are possible
  • centrifugal pumps
    • product contact parts made of 316L including motor protective covers made of stainless steel
    • standing on adjustable feet
    • universal joints for connection to the system
    • controllable via frequency converter in order to ensure optimal cleaning results for different cleaning circles
    • controlled by pressure or flow meter
  • diaphragm pumps
    • with PVDF or PVC dosing head
    • including black PE carrier system including PE suction lances
    • with 2 stage level indication
    • overflow valve with variable adjustment
    • pressure maintaining valve with variable setting
    • with bus communication
  • Material 1.4404/316 L
  • Valves that are used to shut-off and/or redirect the cleaning fluids, are made by Rieger and AWH (both members of the NEUMO Ehrenberg Group).
  • Feedback in the form of proximity sensors (Rieger/AWH)
  • Control valves at the energy side of renowned manufacturers
  • Control valves are controlled 4-20 mA.
  • All valves are installed for easy maintenance.
  • Material 316 L
  • Heat exchangers from renowned manufacturers
  • specially designed for the application requirements
  • connectors:
    • power side with flanges
    • product side with male ends
  • sealing material EPDM (or other)
  • pressure sensor for level in the tank and piping
  • liquid level switches
  • temperature sensors with protection cover
  • conductivity meassurement
  • opacimeter


The Basic steps of a modern CIP System:

  1. Pre rinse
  2. Caustic cleaning
  3. Middle rinse
  4. Acid cleaning
  5. Middle rinse (optional)
  6. Disinfection (optional)
  7. Final rinse
  8. Draining and Drying (optional)
  9. End of CIP
You save                      You gain
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Chemicals
  • Time
  • Production time
  • environment protection

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Gebr. Rieger GmbH & Co. KG
Kochertalstraße 32
73431 Aalen - Germany

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