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Food & Beverage CHANGE CATEGORY

Food & Beverage features, July 2019

Software brings design benefits

A brief look at the EPLAN suite of software solutions for computer aided engineering and how it can improve design and production capabilities .

 
Fish farm reduces MBBR requirements

An onshore fish farm in Norway has introduced a new type of filter media to reduce the size of the MBBR required in its water treatment process.

 

The KDS system aims to solve environmental and disposal issues for sludge and solids using a more hygienic and cost-effective process.

 

A South African food-processing company is using plates made of the low-friction, high-compressive strength polymer known as Vesconite Hilube.

 
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Peter Rose of Alfa Laval takes a look at one of the growth areas of biopharmaceutical filtration and separation: the harvesting of mammalian cells to produ

 
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The first project of this kind in Alberta, it allowed policy makers to test and verify a water reuse framework.

 
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Crossflow filtration has been used for many years in food and beverage applications. Now French filtration specialists SIVA have improved the technology,

 
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The webcast will take place on 19 November.

 
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In the second of his series of articles on the smaller end-use equipment application sectors, Ken Sutherland reviews the equipment marketplace for the proc

 
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Sep ’21

Organisers say the content to be presented in September 2021 will be very similar to that of the postponed WFC13 in April 2020.

 
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