Hygienic Valves

See them at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Booth N-10412! When combined with an Alfa Laval ThinkTop control unit, the new Alfa Laval Unique Mixproof valves eliminate unnecessary product loss, while delivering up to 90% savings in water and CIP media.

Alfa Unique Mixproof Cip With Think Top V50 Left Side 351045

This content was written and submitted by the supplier. It has only been modified to comply with this publication’s space and style.

The Alfa Laval Unique Mixproof CIP double-seat valve safely and efficiently manages the flow of cleaning media during cleaning-in-place (CIP), while the Unique Mixproof Process, a compact version of Alfa Laval double-seat valves, is configurable and available in various sizes to meet fundamental hygienic processing requirements. Both can simultaneously route two different fluids without the risk of cross-contamination.

Alfa Laval double seat technology with seat lift keeps the fluids separated, ensuring efficient cleaning and complete protection against the intrusion of harmful microorganisms. With a fully balanced design, the valves can handle high pressure without the risk of pressure shocks. Plus, they are certified according to FDA, 3A, and other recognized standards.

Modular in design and available in types and sizes that suit multiple applications, Unique Mixproof CIP and Unique Mixproof Process valves help manufacturers adapt to changing process requirements. Built on the Alfa Laval Unique SSV and Mixproof platforms, the hygienic top-loaded double-seat valves minimize the risk of unplanned downtime.

Proven seal technology with defined compression extends the intervals between service, while a maintenance-free actuator with no adjustable components maximizes uptime and minimizes the total cost of ownership.


Fill out the form below to request more information about Hygienic Valves
Special Report: Essential tools for effective sanitation
Today’s food processors are faced with an ongoing labor shortage and pressure to increase production to meet market demands. That means less downtime for cleaning while adhering to strict food safety guidelines. How can a manufacturer overcome these hurdles to stay profitable?
Read More
Special Report: Essential tools for effective sanitation