Gamajet has been supplying a “Better Way to Clean” all types of tanks and vessels for over 50 years. Gamajet’s rotary impingement cleaning method has become the first choice in cleaning for many of the world’s largest breweries, food manufacturers, trucking fleets, municipalities, personal care and pharmaceutical manufacturers, wineries, oil and gas field service operations, and chemical operations.

Alfa Laval Gamajet

Gamajet’s rotary impingement tank cleaning machines combine pressure and flow to create high impact cleaning jets. Cleaning occurs at the point in which the concentrated stream impacts the surface. It is this impact and resulting tangential force that radiates from that Gamajet PoewrFLEX SepSol point and blasts contaminants from the surface, scouring the tank interior. In conjunction with this impact, the Gamajet is engineered to rotate in a precise, repeatable and reliable, 360-degree pattern. This full-coverage, global indexing pattern ensures the entire tank interior is cleaned, every time. Gamajet’s goal is to design innovative products and techniques that make customers’ cleaning jobs easier, faster, safer and less expensive.

These automated tank cleaning machines significantly reduce time spent cleaning tanks, as well as water and chemical usage. They are also designed to enable companies to eliminate confined space entry for tank cleaning.

GamajetIX SepSolAcquired by Alfa Laval in 2012, Gamajet promises that the pursuit of providing the highest level of product quality and personalized service will only be strengthened and enhanced with the most complete tank equipment portfolio available in the market, including Alfa Laval’s other line of tank cleaning machines, Toftejorg.

The sidewinder is a revolutionary tanker cleaning device that literally turns cleaning on its side. The device enables a Gamajet or Alfa Laval Toftejorg spinner to run horizontally, completely changing the orbit of the nozzles and therefore striking the notoriously hard-to-clean bulkheads 30 times more per cycle.

Customers that convert from other methods such as manual cleaning, rotary wetting, spray balls and fill and drain, typically find:

100% Satisfaction with Cleaning Effectiveness
70-80% Decrease in Effluent Use (Chemicals and Water)
75-85% Decrease in Time Spent Cleaning
10-20% Increase in Productivity
90-100% Decrease in Confined Space Entry