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Fogg Filler Co.: Sanitizer skids

Fogg Filler’s new Sanitizer Skids combine chemical blending, sterile water generation, and rinse recovery in one compact skid for multiple rinsers, saving thousands of gallons of water per day.
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First the Sanitizer Skid blends the chemical to the proper concentration.  Then it heats it to the prescribed temperature and maintains it as needed.  These actions are all controlled and operated by the PLC.  Using this feature will ensure that the rinsing/sanitizing system always maintains the proper pressure and allows for custom blending requirements.

The second part of the skid features the Sterile Water Generation process which takes ambient, plant water and filters it through a series of filters.  The necessary pumps and valves are provided to meet the user’s application needs.  Direct steam injection where the temperature is controlled +/- 5°F to heat the water to a specified temperature is optional.

The chemical solution then travels to the rinser/rinsers to sanitize bottles.  The chemical solution is returned back to the Rinse Recovery section of the Skid to be filtered and reused, dramatically reducing the environmental impact at the same time it lowers operating costs. 

With a Fogg Rinse Recovery System, users save thousands of gallons of water per day.

The Sanitizer Skid can be integrated into any line or may be built directly into a new line.  Each system is customizable.


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