Gravity can be used when there is ample elevation difference from an overhead conveyor to the filler infeed. Gravity rinsers are used for metal cans or similarly shaped non-metal containers.
Containers are put into an inverted position with rod work twist fittings. After being rinsed, they are re-inverted to the correct orientation to the filler.
- Water rinsers include a length of track for water to drain out of the container after rinsing.
- Ionized air rinsers re-invert the container immediately after rinsing.
Water Rinsers utilize water spray nozzles which are attached to a common manifold to direct water to the inside of the container.
Ionized Air Rinsers utilize a series of air nozzles which spray ionized air into the container to neutralize static electricity that may be holding any foreign debris to the inside of the container. A second set of air nozzles spray filtered air into the container to blow out any foreign debris. A remote vacuum system removes debris from the rinser hood and is collected into a canister.