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Food & Beverage

Boosted Pressure Systems: High-Impact Cleaning for Hard-to- Clean Areas, Equipment.

Floor-Mounted System Booster 1 Model

Central High Pressure Systems

Boosted pressure systems supply pressurized water to remotely mounted Rinse (R), Foam (F), Sanitize (S) stations. The systems efficiently and reliably clean facilities and difficult-to-disassemble process equipment.


Sani-Matic's Impact RFS boosted pressure systems are designed and manufactured to efficiently and effectively clean your facility and process equipment with the appropriate amount of pressure.

Advantages • Faster Cleaning. Boosted pressure with proper nozzle selection provides a wider, more effective spray pattern, cleaning more surface area faster. • Food Safety. Boosted pressure removes soil efficiently, while minimizing cross-contamination. • Improved Foaming. Technology controls chemical and air injection to create clinging foam that ensures adequate dwell time. • Savings. Nozzles use fewer gallons per minute at boosted pressure than other typical hose guns.

Industry Standard Compliance • UL 508A • ANSI/ISA-88 Batch Control • Authorized to Provide Canadian Registration Numbers (CRN) • Helps Meet FSMA and HACCP Sanitation Preventive Controls

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Standard • Impact RFS Booster Standard Model Sizes: • Booster 1 (one user maximum) • Booster 1X (one user maximum, higher gpm and psi than Booster 1 model)

Beverage Fillers, Cappers — Exterior surfaces

• Booster 4 (four users maximum) • Booster 8 (eight users maximum)

Conveyor Lines — Belts and / or Support Structure

• Multi-stage, self-priming centrifugal pump sized to serve the number of simultaneous operators • Integrated Siemens PLC with display and operator panel housed within NEMA 4X enclosure • P ressure switch disables system at low psi and temperature switch disables system at high temperature (adjustable set-point) • Flow switch automatically enables booster pump when needed and disables pump when completed • Manual water supply inlet isolation ball valve • 200 mesh water supply strainer • 304 stainless steel wetted surfaces • Pump Optional • Floor Mounted - 304 stainless steel box tube frame with leveling feet • Custom flow rates and pressures • Allen-Bradley PLC • Sani-Matic Start-up and Preventive Maintenance (PM) Services

Blenders, Mixers, Grinders

Screw Conveyors

Spiral Freezers

Dryer Cabinets

Walls and Floors


Automated RFS Systems

An automated RFS system is configured to individual plant applications. It controls zoned spray manifolds for sequenced rinse, foam and sanitize application processes. The booster pump feeds pressurized water to the RFS unit, which injects the chemical and controls zones and cycles. Sani-Matic engineers the spray devices to meet specific applications and layout. Automated RFS controls interface with process equipment controls for permission to clean, and can pass data records to plant-side software.

Central High Pressure Systems Sani-Matic Central High Pressure (CHP) Systems are designed to efficiently clean facilities and process equipment by supplying consistent high pressure and water flow to multiple drop stations located throughout a facility.

Standard • Stainless steel skid-mounted surge tank • A utomatic temperature and water level controls with alarm and shutdown • In-tank steam heating, direct steam injection • Drop station configurations: Rinse Only • Rinse / Foam • Rinse / Foam / Sanitize Features

Optional • Soft start motor assembly, VFD control

• Additional pumps for any system • PLC controls with control interface • N atural gas, electric immersion heating or shell and tube steam heat exchanger • C omponents including spray guns, foaming wands, hoses and hose racks

How it Works Remote Drop-Station Components: Drop stations are installed to provide specific cleaning functions in a particular location and are supplied by a Central High Pressure unit.

High pressure supply header

Central supply source

Rinse and foam station

Foam-only station

Rinse, foam and sanitizing station

Rinse-only station

The Impact RFS Booster System supplies pressurized water to remotely mounted Impact RFS Stations. RFS Booster Systems

RFS Stations Wall-mounted drop stations are configurable to Rinse (R), Rinse-Foam (RF) or Rinse-Foam-Sanitize (RFS). Stations safely integrate chemicals from local chemical jugs through an automated Venturi injector.

The RFS boosted pressure systems boost incoming water pressure by 300 psi (or specified) to ensure proper cleaning impact for every hose gun operator on-demand. Sensors automatically turn on the boosters and a time delay shutdown conserves energy.


Cleaning Confidence. Repeatable results you can count on every time you clean your process parts and equipment. That’s Cleaning Confidence from Sani-Matic.


Sani-Matic, Inc.

(p) 800-356-3300

(f) 608-222-5348

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