1. Track Line Cleaning Chemicals
Just as cleaning your lines is important, keeping track of what was used to clean them is equally important. The Line Cleaning Data screen comes standard with a number of fields to track details like location, date, codes and the types of chemicals used. Users can also add initials as well as add any other additional descriptive notes.
2. Track & Maintain CIP Records (Cleaning-in-Place)
Once you've cleaned the lines and recorded what was used, users can jump over to the CIP screen to document the other details such as which tank(s) were cleaned, when and with what protocol.
3. Cartridge Filter Changes
This screens allows you to track your filter usage rate and determine how fast you go through SuperPaks, Profile Star, or Plate filters. Simply, input the date of change, the cartridge number, housing ID, followed by pressure checks and any adjusting values.