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Article Date: 10th May 2013

Schneider Electric Launches OptiCIP

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Energy management specialist Schneider Electric has announced the launch of its fully comprehensive, easy-to-use software tool, OptiCIP. Designed to complement cleaning-in-place services for food and beverage manufacturers, the new software will allow complete traceability and optimisation throughout the cleaning process.

OptiCIP enables end-users to boost a plant’s overall energy efficiency and reduces water and cleaning product costs. It ensures compliance with food safety regulations, while accurately recording the level of cleaning taking place within a food manufacturing site.

The new software, coupled with Schneider Electric’s expert knowledge, will enable manufacturers to select the flow, temperature, conductivity and actuator position of the cleaning apparatus throughout, meaning more accurate and efficient cleaning.

OptiCIP also means that vital data can be collected, providing end users with key information, such as sanitising product usage. The data can then be used to analyse the system and highlight any areas where energy consumption can be reduced.

Mark Staples, food and beverage segment manager for Schneider Electric in the UK, comments: “Customers choosing to use OptiCIP will benefit from reduced cleaning times, meaning less downtime in the plant. They will also see an improved level of traceability, due to more reliable and accurate reporting.

“Schneider Electric’s tuning and tracking solutions are just a part of our cleaning-in-place offer. As part of the service, we offer support through a full site audit, maintenance and other dedicated services throughout the whole lifecycle of the installation.”

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