Tecpro Australia introduces the new Turbo SSB 125 slotted spray balls to its range of rotating spray heads. The Turbo SSB 125 is designed to clean medium to large vessels and manufacturing equipment.
The Breconcherry Turbo SSB 125 rotating spray heads are part of Tecpro’s comprehensive range of specialist tank cleaning solutions. Fitted with a 1.25” BSP female connection, the Turbo SSB 125 generates a stronger impingement force with a cleaning throw length of five metres at 4 bar.
Graeme Cooper, Managing Director of Tecpro Australia says that the Turbo SSB 125 can powerfully clean vessels up to ten metres in diameter, a capability that offers tremendous value to industries requiring larger scale and thorough cleaning.
Key features of Turbo SSB 125 rotating spray heads:
- Uses a slow, constant rotation, which allows longer chemical dwell times and improved cleaning action
- High impact fan jets cut down on cleaning time
- Unique hydraulic bearing design with no ball bearings prolongs life and eliminates risk of contamination caused by degradation of bearings
- Low wear design requires minimal maintenance with no spare parts required
- Drive chamber contains a unique pressure regulation system to keep the rotation speed consistent under differing pressure
- Constructed from Stainless Steel 316L, PTFE, or C-PTFE
- 360-degree spray pattern for effective cleaning
- Allows maximum liquid temperature of 95ºC and maximum ambient temperature of 140ºC
- Wash fluid is directed through the slots on the rotating ball, making it ideal for burst rinsing or prolonged, strong impact washing
- Cleaning radius of 5 metres at 4 bar or 8 metres at 4 bar for simply wetting a tank surface
- Low speed, high volume slotted spray ball design conforms with high standards of hygiene and purity
- Suitable for applications across pharmaceutical, biotech, food and beverage industries
Tecpro Australia will display the Turbo SSB 125 rotating spray heads at the upcoming Foodpro event at the Sydney Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour on Stand W16 from 10 July to 13 July.