- THE MAGAZINE
- FOOD MASTER
What: FREE Webinar
Where: Right from your computer.
Duration: 60 minutes, including Q&A
Processors clean, coat, cool, dry, and lubricate products and equipment in dozens of areas in a plant thousands of times a year. Even though it may not be obvious, spray technology is often the backbone of these operations and can be used in many more. Webinar attendees will learn more about how spray technology can be used to solve tough processing challenges, improve quality and lower operating costs.
Speakers will share information on how to use spray technology to:
- Improve food safety through precision application of antimicrobials
- Help reduce water and chemical consumption in cleaning and sanitation operations
- Increase production time by returning tanks and vats to service more quickly
- Apply viscous coatings such as chocolate, cheese and slurries
- Eliminate downtime between batches
- Drying products and packages
- Extend pin chain life
|Tim Oberg is the Director of Food and Beverage Markets at Spraying Systems Co. and has more than 20 years experience in a wide variety of spray technology applications. He has worked extensively in the food, beverage, dairy, pharmaceutical, chemical, pollution control and automotive industries over the course of his career. In addition to his work at Spraying Systems Co., Tim previously managed design activities for a sanitary equipment manufacturer. Tim holds a degree in general engineering from the University of Illinois and he currently leads Spraying Systems Co.’s team focused on serving the food processing industry.|
|Arun Ramabadran is a Director of Market Solutions at Spraying Systems Co. and has spear-headed two areas of recent sales growth at Spraying Systems Co. Specifically, Arun specializes in food safety applications and also in the application of viscous coatings. As such, he has worked extensively in the meat and poultry processing industry and also in the baked goods and confectionery industries. Arun holds a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin and has worked at Spraying Systems Co. for 8 years.|