Reduce Waste & Increase Efficiency in Clean-in-Place Process
Food and Beverage and Life Science manufacturers are charged with maintaining strict hygienic standards to ensure compliance to local or national regulations and maintain the quality of their products. To do this, tanks and piping systems go through a Clean-in-Place (CIP) process between batches to ensure the cleanliness of all equipment.
CIP processes are vital to hygienic practices but they can also be a source of inefficiencies, leading to high utility costs and lower throughput. By accessing trapped data and connecting islands of automation, you can improve your visibility into the CIP process. Collecting and displaying data in a way that is useful for select individuals allows for real time and off line analysis of the systems. That analysis unlocks ideas on how to improve the CIP process across shifts, SKUs and facilities.