The brewing and beverage industry uses a lot of heat energy, making heat recovery imperative in keeping processes as efficient as possible. New Glarus counts on Enerquip for not only a quality product, but for expertise in choosing the best product for their brewing solutions.
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This new product line is perfect for small batch processes, point-of-use streams, or R&D or pilot scale applications where a smaller compact exchanger would be an advantage.MEDFORD - Enerquip, a Wisconsin company that specializes in a wide variety of shell and tube heat exchangers, recently added a new line of compact heat exchangers to meet the growing demand from customers with low flow-rate applications. Enerquip has been one of the leading providers of...
Like most business operations, breweries have the choice of bringing their wastewater treatment operations in-house or to use a third party.
As more craft breweries come on the market or begin to expand, owners and operators are beginning to realize some of the obstacles that can come along with beer production.
With so many people dedicating their careers to craft beer, and many more becoming enthralled with the trend, it makes sense that industry leaders and budding entrepreneurs alike should come together to discuss all things hops and barley at the Craft Brewer’s Conference.
Making beer is a complex art. Each process involved needs to be executed precisely for the final product to be of high quality.
One decision every manufacturer will have to make is whether it will be a straight tube or a U-tube exchanger.
Waste heat recovery has been a topic of concern for large-scale industrial companies for several decades.
Last year, a five-year-old piece of legislation made some big strides. The U.S Food and Drug Administration decided to begin implementing the rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act, with the final rules going into effect on August 31.
Food processing plants have to maintain the upmost standards when properly handling food products for consumers