John Brooks Company Limited supplies tank-cleaning equipment among its massive inventory of fluid-handling solutions – including the innovative GJ 18 by Alfa Laval. Engineered for tank-truck washes and other challenging industrial applications, this product offers high-impact cleaning for large industrial tanks and is ideal for the toughest debris and residue.
Because of its robust nature, the GJ 18 can withstand demanding tasks that require high temperatures and high concentrations of chemicals in the wash fluid.
Long uptime before service required
The Alfa Laval GJ 18 offers longer uptime than competing devices do; standard tank cleaners last 800 to 1,000 hours before maintenance becomes necessary, but the GJ 18 runs twice that long before service is required. Its patented, oversized cartridge-style gear train lasts at least five times the wear time, as opposed to other tank cleaners, and the costs of replacing minor kits are 70-75 per cent lower than for other models, while major kit replacements cost 35-40 per cent less.
Other key advantages include self-cleaning, self-draining, and easy installation. The pressure and flow of the GJ 18 equal those of other tank cleaners, so the user needs to make few adjustments before installing it. This solution from John Brooks Company is also easy to maintain: it has fewer individual components than other tank cleaners have, so repairs are usually limited to normal wear parts, and users need no special tools for service. Among the technical specifications:
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For more information, contact John Brooks Company.