The ProClean DIP Tank is the choice of the Professional Oven Cleaner
Making sure you purchase the right equipment is key, this information should answer a lot of your questions, if it doesn’t, please call us.
Safe for the Oven Cleaner & their customer’s. Lower running costs compared to gas fired DIP Tanks. Average electricity charge 60 pence per hour, average charge time between 1.5 to 2.5 hours, depending on if there is existing heat in the tank from the previous day. The tank heat should last the average working day, on colder or longer working days the tank heat can be topped up while you are working.
The lid has 2 stainless steel gas struts & Anti-Condensation drip lip, so the lid can be opened and closed quickly, to save loss of heat.
We have existing oven cleaners changing from their gas DIP Tanks to our top spec Electric DIP Tank, due to bottled gas shortages & gas bottle shortages.
No more risk to the general public, due to unsafe unattended gas flames.
No more waiting around your van, so there are no unattended gas flames, less idle time.
No more risks of danger to life, due to gas explosions or carbon monoxide.
Unlike plastic oven cleaning DIP Tanks that can only operate up to 80 degrees Celsius due to their plastic welded seams, the ProClean Stainless Steel DIP Tank operates at 100 degrees Celsius, which is far better suited to Bio cleaning products.
Size does matter, there are smaller cheaper tanks on the market, they are OK for small jobs, but for more complex ovens with more removable panels, and range cookers, or for room to clean gas hob stands whilst cleaning oven parts, you need a tank to complete all jobs. 90 cm single door ranges will have chrome shelves to suit, much wider than shelves in a normal 60cm oven, our tank is designed to hold these larger 90cm oven chrome shelves as well as giving capacity for larger more complex jobs.
DIP Tank Fitting Service available, please ask for details. You ideally want to be able to charge your tank with an external power connection & the tank needs to breath whilst charging, so you can keep your van locked whilst working away from your van, our fitting service gives you this. If you want to fit your own tank to your van, advice on fitting will be given.
If you are not using our fitting service, once your new DIP Tank has been delivered, we will organise a zoom meeting with you to run through fitting tips and usage.
Things to Think About!
We only supply Electric DIP Tanks as we believe Gas DIP Tanks are unsafe.
Electric DIP Tanks have a lesser carbon footprint.
We only supply DIP Tanks with two elements, just in case in the unlikely event that one of elements need replacing, you are kept on the road.
Electric DIP Tanks cost less to run compared to gas DIP Tanks. Electric tanks cost approx. 60p per hour to charge, initial charge £1.80 per day, then top up charges are completed at your customers home, in the same way as you would use a carpet cleaning machine.
Over time Gas will become very expensive to buy.
Gas DIP Tanks make van insurance very expensive, that’s if you can find insurance because you are carrying hazardous products onboard.
Oven Cleaning vans can and do explode, when carrying gas fuelled DIP Tanks, check Google for oven van explosions.
With Gas DIP Tanks, you would be leaving your van open on a customer’s drive, with an unattended lit gas burner, whilst you are cleaning inside the customer’s home.
The Health & Safety Executive have produced a document to cover how Gas DIP Tank Set ups should be fitted in a van, it's costly, you would still struggle to get insured, and you would still be leaving unattended gas flames whilst you work.
You can charge the tank via a fitted timer, so you are ready to go in the morning.
The tank is insulated, so it will hold enough heat for at least a couple of jobs.
You can top up the heat whilst you are working at a customer’s property.
Your van is left secure whilst you are working inside.
No need to replace your DIP Tank solution after every clean, saving cleaning solution costs.
The electric tank makes the job quick, efficient, safe, insurable and professional.
View the below videos for more information, covering DIP Tank & fitment.
Our tanks come with 2, 3kw elements, only one element is to be used at one time, it is designed that the second element is a spare, it is totally unsafe to plug 2, 3kw elements into domestic circuitry, you would need to make sure that you are connecting the elements to different circuits, this is also very unwise if you are topping up heat at a customer’s premises.
For your main long-term charge before you set off, it’s advisable to use a 16amp set up, to save over heating of wires
Belt and braces always use an RCD whilst short term 13amp charging at your customer’s premises.
DIP Tank Specification.
Precision cut and folded.
2mm double skinned stainless steel 304.
20mm thick insulation, sides & Base, 10mm lid.
The inner tank slides out of the outer tank for easy maintenance if required.
Tank fill line indicator.
Removable perforated stainless-steel sheet, element chamber divider.
Hinged lid with 2 stainless steel gas struts.
Anti-Condensation drip lid.
2 lockable lid catches.
Neoprene lid seal.
3 bar steam release valve.
Waste gate valve.
Removable waste pipe with flex end.
Dimensions W-95cm, D-74cm, H-56cm
Empty tank weight 60 KG.
Holds 70 Litres of Solution.
Tank supplied with 2, 3kW industrial immersion elements (Data shown below).
Elements wired with 1 metre length of cable with a 16amp commando connector.
1m adaptor cable, 16amp commando connector one end and a 13amp plug on the other.
If you are using with an extension lead, you must fully unwind the extension lead before use.