Americas: 22nd Dec – 26th Dec 2017 1st Jan 2018
By Brian Grochowski With dairy facilities looking for efficiency improvements and opportunities to reduce costs, product recovery has become a hot topic. Many facilities can increase production efficiency by considering ways to recover product that would otherwise remain in the sanitary production pipework and lost during a changeover. The amount of product lost in these
By Gunvinder Bhogal – Global Marketing Manager (Aquionics, Berson, Hanovia) Continuing from my last blog on new water treatment technology such as ultraviolet light (UV) being used for dechlorination to replace activated carbon filtration (ACF), I will now focus on Hanovia UV systems that are powered using Ultraviolet Energy Optimised (UVEO) science. The UVEO technology
By Bob English UV light, especially in the wavelength range of 200-280 nm, is well documented to provide excellent water disinfection. So, with the technology seen to be so effective, why might it be important to have a UV system validated? As you might expect, most of the studies on UV disinfection have focused on
by Gunvinder Bhogal – Global Marketing Manager (Aquionics/Berson/Hanovia) It can be a tough decision to replace technology that you have relied on for many years, but when benefits such as greater energy efficiency and improved operational performance are provided by new alternative solutions, this is usually the time to consider a change. Take for example
‘John Ryan’ discusses the aims behind the merger with WaterWorld’s ‘Tom Freyberg’ and the core values behind the UVCare Support programme that has delivered application optimised UV technology to industry.
FoodBev Media’s Darren Wood spoke with Hanovia’s managing director about the merger, and how the combined company’s will offer customers a more comprehensive product portfolio.
Dan Shaver, Nov 2017 When a UV disinfection system is recommended to a customer by a manufacturer, there are several different methods that can be used to provide the appropriate sizing. Correct sizing ultimately guarantees the overall performance of the system in terms of an expected log reduction of bacteria, virus or specific target organisms.
By Brian Grochowski Moisture and particulate can greatly affect the lifespan of a control cabinet. In addition, exposure to challenging environmental conditions can affect the function and longevity of the panel. The control cabinet supplied with a UV disinfection system is no different, and in many cases, its exposure to harmful contaminants is exacerbated by