Article covers how equipment manufacturers are assisting food companies improve their processes and products.
This article covers how a customer working with Pick Heaters was able to improve on their product and process.
This article takes an in-depth look at the advantages and disadvantages of steam and hot water for jacketed heating, and compares indirect and direct steam injection systems for making hot water.
Article featured in CEP (Chemical Engineering Progress) May 2010 issue, is an overview of DSI equipment to help select the appropriate system for various applications.
Food and beverage processors are no strangers to wastewater and water treatment issues at their plants. The brewing segment of the industry faces a unique set of challenges. This Special Report, sponsored by Pick Heaters, offers a better understanding of food processors' challenges and how they solve them using direct steam injection.
Is your Steam System creating challenges? Are there areas you'd like to learn more about such as corrosion, flash steam, low pressure or wasted steam? Download your copy of the Special Report to Scrutinize Your Steam System now!
For five years Food Processing has asked their readers and web site visitors to select the R&D Teams of the Year from nominees put on their web site. This year, the selections included two nontraditional companies (AdvancePierre Foods and International Food Network) as well as a 164-year-old brand (Gorton's Seafood). Download this sponsored reprint and read what makes these R&D teams great. In addition is an article by Michael Campbell, Vice President of Food Industry Marketing & Development - Pick Heaters, Inc., Meet Your New R&D Partner - Your Equipment Manufacturer, How Equipment Manufacturers are Assisting Food Companies Improve Their Process and Products.
Learn the benefits of FGD for power and industrial facilities in the evolving market, the critical need of maintenance and performance monitoring for scrubber systems, and discover some of the top technologies for improved efficiency of the most utilized FGD system available today, wet-limestone scrubbing.
Spikes in energy costs or unplanned-for capital improvement expenses can put organizations in tricky financial situations. To solve them, they often select the option with the lowest upfront cost which leads to the "pay me now or pay me later" dilemma. Over time it's discovered that these lower-priced alternatives cost much more due to higher failure rates, wasted energy and more intensive maintenance. This Chemical Processing eHandbook presents steam technologies and strategies for reducing cost associated with using and generating steam including the article DSI reduces steam consumption - A simple formula to determine steam demand with DSI heaters by Phil Sutter of Pick Heaters.
Reactor temperature control typically is very important to product quality, production rate and operating costs whether a processor is employing continuous or batch reactors. And with many process plants currently using steam or hot water to heat jacketed devices such as tanks, kettles, dryers, reactors, glass lined vessels, or similar adaptations such as coiled tubing placed inside or outside tanks or vessels - much emphasis is placed on achieving optimized control of these processes. This special report contains various articles, including Consider Hot Water for Jacketed Heating - Hot water offers significant advantages over traditional steam-heated systems by Phil Sutter of Pick Heaters.
Food Processing's Annual Top 100© ranks food and beverage processors based on their sales of value-added, consumer-ready goods that were processed in U.S. and Canadian facilities. eBook also includes articles on business issues that affect the largest companies in the food industry.
Effective energy management can help achieve more efficient use of energy without reducing production levels, product quality or employee morale, and without compromising safety and environmental standards.
This ancient universal in food processing can be done better, faster, cheaper. Explore various methods of heat transfer and plant equipment that can improve efficiency and result in cost savings.
Certainly over the last few years, how plants consume energy has made an impact on that plant’s efficiency and profitability. But is everyone at your plant doing their part? From Process Engineers to Plant Managers, everyone can have a role in implementing and adhering to energy efficient practices and exploring ways to improve energy efficiency.