The aloe producer found that if they could cool the product below 40°F (4.4°C) before packaging it, there was a significant improvement in quality. Heat Exchanger used for Aloe Vera Cooling Process. In 2012, a producer of pure aloe for medicinal and nutritional products approached Enerquip, a manufacturer of shell-and-tube heat exchangers, with a unique cooling problem. In the tropical region where aloe is harvested, the ambient temperatures hover near 95° F...
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Review the expectations outlined in the FSMA soon to avoid legal ramifications and also to ensure a safe food production environment.
After numerous requests, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers collaborated to come up with the ASME-BPE (Bioprocessing equipment) standard.
Attending product shows is a valuable way for industry professionals to network with their peers and learn about new industry trends and improvements.
Many pharmaceutical companies have been focused on conserving water to achieve two goals: to improve the sustainability of their operations and to cut operational expenses.
We are your Helpful Heat Exchanger Experts!With the growing trend in the pharmaceutical industry to outsource production to contract manufacturers and international facilities, Enerquip knows it is more important than ever to ensure that process equipment used in production is up to FDA Standards. We have proactively improved our design and fabrication to ensure we incorporate best practices and full cGMP compliance into our exchangers. ContactPhysical:611...
The pharmaceutical industry reached some new heights in 2014.
One decision every manufacturer will have to make is whether it will be a straight tube or a U-tube exchanger.
As most manufacturers who work with shell and tube heat exchangers know, fouling can be detrimental to an operation.
A recent study by the Journal of the American Medical Association discovered some dietary supplements on the market still contained possibly dangerous ingredients found in prescription drugs that were recalled a few years ago.
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