If you’re going to purchase an industrial cleaning system, you can choose between a system with low pressure or high pressure. Do you have to deal with really stubborn dirt in your business process? Then cleaning with high pressure might be the best solution.
Do you have an idea of how many users will use your industrial cleaning system at the same time? Is so, Elpress can provide fully targeted advice about the correct booster unit. A tailor-made system is always available, whether two people or several dozen people clean simultaneously.
Depending on the number of employees that will be using the cleaning system simultaneously, several pumps will be required. These pumps are connected to each other in parallel and the 20 bar pumps are frequency controlled. If you use the system with the maximum number of employees, then all pumps will work at the highest level and all users can expect the desired 20 bar working pressure. If only half of the employees are cleaning, then each pump works at half power. This naturally saves energy. So you never use more energy than necessary.
If you want to work at a working pressure of 40 bar, then two 20 bar pumps will be connected with each other in series. This pump set is then used to generate the desired working pressure. Depending on the number of employees who will have to be able to make maximum use of the cleaning system, one or more pump sets will be installed.
Dimensioning the pipe network
In order to achieve the desired working pressure, it is important to determine what the pipe network will look like and how long it will be. In order to achieve the same working pressure, the pipes in a longer network must actually have a different size from those in a short network. Elpress determines the correct size of the pipes in order to avoid pressure losses and ensure that your cleaning system always works properly.
Advice on the setup of your possible cleaning system in 3 steps
Do you want to know which cleaning system suits your business? Then download the no-obligation Cleaning System Selection Plan, run through the 3 steps in the plan and see immediately which possible setup is suitable for your situation.