Pipe corrosion problems, leaks and puddles are now a thing of the past.
April 21, 2016
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company started out as a microbrewery in 1980 in Chico, CA. Since then, it has grown to become the sixth-largest brewery in America and recently built a facility in North Carolina.
Suitable for harsh conditions, Blue Ribbon Corporation Model BC001 Birdcage 316 stainless steel submersible level transmitters have an integral 3-in. sensing diaphragm that allows them to read true level depth within foam environments.
Food and beverage manufacturing facilities have made unprecedented improvements over the past decade, but industry leaders know there are still many ways to increase profits while addressing environmental concerns. Once again, Food Engineering and PMMI’s OpX Leadership Network are partnering to honor exceptional sustainability achievements within food, beverage and consumer products manufacturing operations.
With the Sun Belt states experiencing serious droughts and the cost of processing wastewater escalating in many municipalities, conserving and reusing water at food and beverage processing facilities just makes plain business sense.
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.