Cleaning Way of KOSBEST® 100L Vacuum Emulsion Mixer

Cleaning is one of the important work in the daily maintenance of the vacuum emulsifier mixer. There are 5 common cleaning ways for the mixing equipment of food, pharmaceutical, daily chemical and chemical industries:

• Soak Cleaning

• Scrubbing for Cleaning

• Ultrasonic Cleaning

• CIP Cleaning System

• Hydro Jetting Cleaning


How to choose a correct cleaning way for your vacuum emulsion mixer is depend on your processed materials and machine’s size/design complexity etc. finally the choice according your actual required. like some general materials and small vacuum emulsifying equipments, their cleaning way is relatively simple. but for some materials with special chemical composition, the cleaning agents even need special selection.


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5 common cleaning ways of high shear vacuum emulsion mixer

Soak Cleaning

Using the chemical energy and heat energy of a certain temperature and concentration of cleaning agent to soften and dissolve the residual substances adhering to the tank. it is a simple and easy-to-operate cleaning method.

Hydro Jetting Cleaning

Through the force of pressure, makes the water or cleaning agent producing a powerful stream that clears the position where you need to clear. it’s a common way for cleaning.

Scrubbing for Cleaning

Scrub by rotating to remove the dirt. a good way for clear the dirty.

Ultrasonic Cleaning

For some vacuum emulsifying equipment with high cleanliness requirements, ultrasonic cleaning can be used.

CIP Cleaning System

It is widely used in beverages, dairy products, jams, wines etc food factory who owns highly mechanized equipment. CIP cleaning system can also be used for equipment with high hygiene requirements.


The cleaning way can be designed for a single emulsifying equpment, also can be designed for a whole emulsifying mixer unit on a production line, different emulsifying mixer unit may using a different cleaning way, and cleaning method might become more complicated due to following reasons:

    1. large-scale equipment
    2. high cleanliness requirements
    3. A production line composed of a large number of production equipment