Pentair has announced the introduction of its internet of things (IoT) service solution for Beer Membrane Filtration (BMF) systems, which allows brewers to continuously monitor critical process performance data during brewing to maximise operational efficiencies and optimise beer quality.
The BMF IoT service solution provides brewers with a customisable dashboard to view relevant process parameters. This enables operators to make adjustments in real time, extend beer production runs, and lower operating and upstream costs.
Brewers and beverage producers will have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of Pentair’s IoT service solution at BrauBeviale 2018, an international trade fair for the entire beverage production process chain which is taking place from 13-15 November in Nuremberg, Germany.
Pentair is also showcasing its smart and sustainable solutions aimed at helping customers improve and move water and fluids. These include the company’s advanced membrane technologies and aerobic and anaerobic bioreactor (MBR) systems which allow food and beverage processors to efficiently treat water for reuse or the safer return to the environment, and recovery of valuable byproducts
In addition, Pentair Südmo is introducing its new SVP Basic Valve Range and exhibiting its Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Recovery Systems for brewers and beverage producers. The CO2mpactBrew recovery system enables craft and small breweries to reuse their own CO2 from the fermentation process while the ECO2Brew offers water-free CO2 recovery for larger breweries.
The Pentair team will be at booth 9-538 at BrauBeviale for food and beverage processing solutions, and booth 5-209 for food service solutions.