Gamajet Cleaning Systems Announces NEW Low Pressure Wine Barrel Cleaning Machine
Exton, Pennsylvania, January 2012, Gamajet Cleaning Systems announced the release of the GentleJET, a low-pressure barrel cleaning machine. The GentleJET offers fast and thorough cleaning of wine barrels, removing tartrates and other residues without damaging the barrel and its toast. Operating at only 60 psi, the GentleJET eliminates the traditional requirement of a pressure washer. Historically, barrel washers require a pressure washer between 700-3600 psi. The damage to the barrel and its toast is directly correlated to the amount of pressure being applied; the higher the pressure, the shorter the life of the barrel. In addition, without the requirement of the pressure washer there is no major capital investment followed by expensive and regular maintenance fees. Should the facility not have 60 psi, Gamajet also offers an affordable centrifugal pump.
The GentleJET utilizes a patented rotary impingement tank cleaning technology which guarantees cleaning. Cleaning time takes 1-2 minutes per barrel with a hot water flow of 6 gpm. The fluid-driven GentleJET incorporates a durable design, offering 1000+ hours of operation prior to preventative maintenance. In addition, wineries can use the GentleJET to evenly distribute ozonized water within the barrel, for sanitation.
“For so long pressure has been the barrier to our proven equipment, developing a machine that could operate at such low pressure was a huge engineering feat for us, and our customer. The GentleJET will change the way we clean our barrels extending their lifetime significantly.” says Bob Delaney, Chairman of Gamajet Cleaning Systems.
The GentleJET offers an effective, efficient, safe, durable, easy to use and affordable solution for wine barrel cleaning. Facilities can purchase the GentleJET through any authorized Gamajet distributor, or directly through Gamajet Cleaning Systems with a money back guarantee.
For additional information visit www.Gamajet.com and sign up for our Webinar on January 9th, 2011.