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RoadTankerCIP ™


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Introduction to RoadTankerCIP ™

The RoadTankerCIP ™ is a derivative of the CIP+Plus™ systems, specifically developed for the arduous duty of cleaning road tankers. First used in the early 1960's the current versions incorporate many of the robust, reliable features of the previous generations, with new features taking advantage of new technologies.


Used in Europe in the liquid sectors that use tankers, primarily the Dairy, Food and Beverage industries. The RoadTankerCIP™ is available as a full or partial recovery system. These recovery systems allow the recovery and reuse of the detergents used for CIP saving utilities and energy and subsequently costs. They also often include the reclamation of one of the water rinses to reuse in the next clean.

Typical Applications

  • CIP of Road Tankers
  • Rail Tankers
  • Silos
  • Tanker Bays
  • Static and Mobile Tanks and Vessels
  • Dryers
  • IBCs
  • Pumps
  • Hoses


CIP Philosophy: Full and partial recovery

Number of CIP Vessels: 1 - 4

CIP Vessel Capacity: 100 - 10,000 litre

CIP Vessel Pressure Rating: Atmospheric

Delivery Flowrates: 100 - 1,250 litre per minute

Delivery Pressure: 1 - 4 barg

Delivery Temperatures: Ambient to 90°C

Material: 316 Stainless steel

Operating Temperature: Ambient to 50°C

Operating Voltage: 230VAC or 400VAC (24VDC control)

Automation: CIPSuite Levels 1000 to 3000 (option for external control)

Reporting: Printed records optional chart recorder

Containerised CIP Systems


Suncombe static CIP systems are also available as containerised versions mounted in shipping containers. Containerised units can improve space utilization and reduce the commissioning, validation and maintenance durations as the modular equipment is supplied in a “ready to operate” state, needing only utility connections on site. Containerised units can speed up projects and substantially reduce capital costs, by minimising the infrastructure requirements, whilst they also allow relocation in the case of changing operations.