Determine your application's most critical criteria when choosing the material for your heat exchanger.With so many factors to consider in choosing a material for your shell and tube heat exchanger, you may have a lot of questions. To start, you’ll need to decide which criteria are most critical to your operation. Criteria like thermal efficiency, cost, availability, corrosion resistance, cleanability and durability. You can then weigh the pros and cons of the...
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As more consumers seek out raw milk, instances of foodborne illness linked to raw milk consumption are going up.
Stacked exchangers in series improve cooling while lowering maintenance costs.A mechanical contractor for a Chicago-based liquid-foods packager had an interesting and challenging cooling application. An important client planned to award the foods packager a large contract for packaging soup if they could satisfy one stipulation: The company had to guarantee that the product would be cooled from 198°F (92°C) to precisely 77°F (25°C) before packaging. In addition...
Adopting membrane technology can allow dairy product manufacturers source certain hard-to-find or expensive ingredients in-house.
Here are several ways to reduce the chances of cross contamination in your food or pharmaceutical production facility.
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One much-favored equipment cleaning strategy throughout the food, beverage and dairy industries is the clean-in-place method.
Review the expectations outlined in the FSMA soon to avoid legal ramifications and also to ensure a safe food production environment.
To keep a frozen custard operation sanitary for continued use, it’s important to understand the specific risks of the products being pasteurized in certain equipment.
As more consumers seek out quality honey, it’s important that honey producers invest in the right process equipment to meet demand.