The GF Fuseal polypropylene corrosive waste piping system handles corrosive waste streams for a variety of dairy, food processing and beverage applications where mixtures of acids, bases and solvents are drained; it does not rust, pit, scale or corrode and is unaffected by electrolysis.
A new method for filtration of processing facility effluents—named dynamic filtration—was found to have significant advantages over currently used filtration methods when tested on actual processing effluent.
Engineered for the food processing industry, Gorman-Rupp high-pressure pumps are used for water transfer or spraying, while the wastewater pumps are intended for washdown or waste treatment applications.
The Munson Model 24-RDS-72 rotary drum screen removes solids from industrial waste streams and recovers solid product from food process streams at rates from 600 to 2,790 gal./min. without blinding or clogging the screen.
The US Poultry and Egg Association is now accepting applications for its 2015 Clean Water Awards that honor outstanding performance of wastewater treatment plants that operate at poultry or egg processing facilities.
Starting with a clean slate is usually easier than renovating an older facility to catch up with food safety specifications as shown in the Food Engineering November 2014 article, “Renovate for the right reasons.”