Hygienic “CleanFlow” Valves are designed for applications that require strict hygiene and cleanability, such as in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to these valves:

Q: What is a Hygienic CleanFlow Valve?

A: A Hygienic CleanFlow Valve is a type of valve specifically designed for applications where hygiene and cleanability are crucial. They are typically used in industries like food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.

Q: What are the key features of Hygienic CleanFlow Valves?

A: The key features include smooth, crevice-free surfaces, self-draining design, easy disassembly, and reassembly for cleaning, and materials that are compatible with sanitary applications.

Q: What is the difference between Hygienic CleanFlow Valves and standard valves?

A: Standard valves may have more crevices and complex geometries that are harder to clean, while Hygienic CleanFlow Valves are designed with cleanability in mind, often with fewer dead spaces and smoother surfaces.

Q: What are the common applications for Hygienic CleanFlow Valves?

A: These valves are commonly used in applications that require a high level of cleanliness and sanitation, such as dairy processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, beverage production, and biotech processes.

Q: What materials are used to make Hygienic CleanFlow Valves?

A: Materials used often include stainless steel, which is easy to clean and resistant to corrosion, as well as materials compliant with industry standards for food and pharmaceutical processing.

Q: How do I clean and maintain a Hygienic CleanFlow Valve?

A: Cleaning and maintenance procedures can vary depending on the specific valve design and application. Generally, disassemble the valve, clean all components thoroughly, and reassemble it according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Regular maintenance is essential to ensure proper performance.

Q: Are Hygienic CleanFlow Valves compliant with industry standards?

A: Yes, these valves are typically designed to meet industry standards such as 3-A Sanitary Standards, EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group) guidelines, and FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) regulations.

Q: Can Hygienic CleanFlow Valves handle high temperatures and pressures?

A: The ability to handle high temperatures and pressures depends on the specific design and materials of the valve. Some Hygienic CleanFlow Valves are suitable for high-temperature and high-pressure applications, but it’s essential to choose the right valve for your specific needs.

Q: What types of valve configurations are available in the Hygienic CleanFlow category?

A: Our collection of Hygienic “CleanFlow” Valves include a range of ball valves. This includes the: TSB75, TSB7, SB79, and the SB7 ball valves.

Explore more about Hygienic “CleanFlow” Valves here to make informed decisions for your specific industry needs. If you have more questions or need expert advice, don’t hesitate to reach out to our valve experts for more information.