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for better dairy plant, vat cleaning and milk quality

SAVE 50%

ON WATER HEATING COSTS

PLUS IMPROVED MILK QUALITY!

C.I.P.TECH

3*

HOT WASHES PER WEEK

*MPI APPROVED

WITHOUT C.I.P.TECH

7

HOT WASHES A WEEK

SAVE 50% ON HOT WATER HEATING COSTS MPI APPROVED

 

ELECTRICAL USE IN A TYPICAL DAIRY SHED

source: DNZ AND EECA

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The C.I.P. Tech YJ Nozzle

Our partner Bi-Clean is the developer and manufacturer of the YJ Nozzle.

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Schematic of an operational C.I.PTech YJ Nozzle
and installation

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A brief explanation

Cleaning with the C.I.P Tech YJ Nozzle in place will produce micro-bubbles in the C.I.P tank.
The system is able to remove solidified protein residue, reduce plate and thermo counts, whilst reducing the energy usage and carbon footprint.

 

 

 

Proven on 20+ farms
over 3 years of operation

  • 5 Landcorp/Pamu farms
  • 2 Large Maori Inc. Farms
  • 8 Private/sharemilker/contract milker farms

Dairy shed power account payers (including sharemilker/contract milkers) own the install and can take it to their next job.

1. The microbubbles are of opposite polarity to fat and protein so attracts the fat and protein off the stainless steel.
2. The collapse of the microbubble forms an “hydroxyl radical” which creates intense heat at a tiny point and millions of tiny points which assists sterilisation.
3. The microbubbles also have a :scrubbing effect” which removes solidified protein or Milkstone.

These factors when all combined are the “mechanics” of the success demonstrated in the extensive trials data accepted by MPI in granting approval.

The efficacy of the microbubbles results in such a high standard of “clean” that only 3 hot washes per week are required to achieve the standards of hygiene required by the NZ Dairy Industry.

This saves 50% of Hot water energy heating costs on farm.

 

The C.I.P. Tech Wash Cycles Protocol

C.I.P. Tech Micro Bubble Protocol,  Plant (after morning milking), Vat (after Tanker),  Bubbles in ALL WASH and RINSE water every day. 

Monday Warm Rinse
Hot Alkali
Cold Acid
Cold Rinse
Tuesday   Cold Rinse
Cold Acid
Cold Rinse
Wednesday Warm Rinse
Hot Acid
Cold Rinse
Thursday   Cold Rinse
Cold Acid
Cold Rinse
Friday Warm Rinse
Hot Alkali
Cold Acid
Cold Rinse 
Saturday
Sunday
  Cold Rinse
Cold Acid
Cold Rinse

Energy & Cost Savings

Example of energy costs and savings.

Shed power running costs  $24,000 pa 
Water heating costs (est. 30%)
Normal wash program with 7 daily hot washes 
$7,200 pa 
C.I.P.Tech Wash Programme (3 hot washes)
$3,600
Power Cost Saving 
$3,600 pa

PLUS faster washes, significantly reduced thermo, bacto and coliform counts. Removal of “milk stone” so reduced risk of unexpected thermoduric spikes. Happier staff! 

 

What Our Customers Are Saying

Jamie Johnson

Farm Manager 60 Bail Rotary with 1420 cows
Synlait supplier
"Grade free since Microbubble technology installed 18 months ago."

Ange Ruff

Production Manager
60 Bail Rotary with 1850 cows
Miraka supplier

"Making washes easier and does everything CIP Tech claims."

Simon Fairhurst

Farm Manager
60 bail Rotary with 1150 cows
Synlait supplier

"Easy and system works."

Whareparoa Titoko

3rd season staff responsible for washes.
80 bail Rotary with 1300 cows - Fonterra supplier.

"Saves heaps of hotwater. Who would have thought that bubbles could be so effective?"


 

The Benefits

  • Reduce shed operating costs by more than 15%
    (estimated average payback 3-4years)
  • Improve milk quality
  • Proven to reduce thermo count by average 6%
  • Proven to keep bacto's at a low level
  • Reduction in APC (aerobic plate count) by average 6.2%
  • Coliforms significantly reduced
  • Faster shed wash up time for staff
  • Virtually maintenance-free,
    top quality stainless steel
  • Easy and simple to operate 
  • Lower your carbon footprint

NZ MPI TESTED & APPROVED

 

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The System in Action

The system is fitted to the existing dairy shed unit and delivers great results. 

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C.I.PTech's YJ-Nozzle in situ.

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Philip Broomfield
(No. 1 pioneer) and C.I.PTech's Roger Gough.

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C.I.PTech's YJ-Nozzle in situ.

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Part of Landcorp/PAMU's
Endeavour farm team including the amazing Ange.

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