The Sun Bear Directive (2016)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Thesis DisciplineEngineering management
Degree NameMaster of Engineering in Management
This document contains the findings of the project; The Sun Bear Dire ct ive. It was written for use by SML Milk Limited (SML) in accordance with requirements of the Master of Engineering Management degree at the University of Canterbury. The aims of the Sun Bear Directive was divided into 4 parts as follows: PART 1 Validation: Confirm that SML's cleaning-in-place (CIP) validation process meets requirements (NZ standards and overseas market requirements (OMAR)). Investigate whether all CIP validation for SML's Dryer 2 plant (D2) has been complete. PART 2 Dryer CIP: Complete Dry-side CIP validation and in doing so, confirm that CIP works as intended. If not, investigate why. PART 3 Evaporator CIP Turn-around: Reduce the evaporator CIP by 30 minutes (from 3.5 hours). PART 4 CIP Reuse System: Confirm that system works as intended and investigate the potential to optimise.
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