Cip System

Pharmaceutical Industries, a CIP System Manufacturers in Mumbai, manufactures CIP Systems, according to various guidelines, there is no difference between WIP & CIP but some people suggest that WIP is the process where some manual activities are also performed along with automatic cleaning & CIP is the fully automated process of cleaning where no manual activity is involved. Basic components and working code are the same in both WIP & CIP.

CIP System Suppliers in Maharashtra supply the CIP System because in most pharmaceutical industries the washing activity is performed manually in which all the parts of the equipment are dismantled and washed. All components are dried and reassembled for future use after the washing process. 

This task is time-intensive and demands additional labor and time. To prevent this, individuals in the pharmaceutical industry prefer CIP System Manufacturers and Suppliers in India, considering them the most prominent choice: the fully automated cleaning process where no manual activity is involved. Due to these attributes, it stands out as a prominent exporter in the industry.

Cip System

Advantages Of CIP:-

  • The washing activity is executed automatically.
  • Fewer labor is required for the WIP process.
  • In a short time, all equipment is washed & dry.
  • Due to the closed system, the washing operator's leftovers are safe during the washing of any toxic material.
  • The WIP or CIP process is GMP obedient.
  • WIP or CIP procedure is 21 CFR compliant in terms of data integrity, we can easily get all the essential data.

Components Of CIP:-

  • Raw Water Storage Tank
  • Hot Water Storage Tank
  • Purified Water Storage Tank
  • Detergent Storage Tank
  • Pneumatic Valves
  • Transfer Pump
  • SS Piping’s
  • Revolving Balls
  • Compacted Air Supply
  • Heating Scheme

Working Procedure Of CIP:-

  • First of all, the required fittings are done to confirm the close structure.
  • A detergent solution is ready and filled in a storage tank of detergent.
  • Then open the pneumatic valve of water reliant on the necessity of either tap water or hot water.
  • Valves for revolving balls are opened and the transfer pump is turned on.
  • The apparatus is filled with water up to the level measured by the sensor.
  • When the required level is succeeded, the recirculation system is turned on.
  • Water is recirculated with high pressure and revolving balls wash inside with detergent and water.
  • When the required level of sanitation is achieved then the drainage valve is opened to drain the water.
  • Again more water is circulated to confirm the proper removal of detergent.
  • At the end, the equipment is washed with purified water.
  • Now compressed air is turned on to simplify the drying of equipment.
  • Now turn the heating system on to entirely dry the equipment.

The clean-in-place process can be validated to accurately determine the following parameters,

  • Tap Water Used amount
  • Hot Water Uses an amount
  • Purified Water amount
  • Detergent amount
  • Type and nature of the detergent
  • Time Required for Cleaning

Used for 100 Liters to 30000 Liters