Filters are used to provide a cost-effective and reliable method of delivering sterile gas in the production and packaging of microbially sensitive foods. One area often overlooked is the on-going monitoring of these critical control points.
The Valairdata 3 is designed to test the performance of sterile gas filters quickly and easily, ensuring your food production process can run without contamination from airborne sources.
Created with dairy, brewing and soft drink manufacturers in mind, the Valairdata 3 helps to protect food manufacturing processes from non-conformances arising from gas contamination.
Watch this video or contact email@example.com to find out more about the test methods used and unique design features of the Valairdata 3, enabling you to meet production standards, eliminate product wastage and increase profitability.
– Lightweight portable design
– Multi-language touchscreen operation
– Easy to use in-situ
In the innovative, dynamic brewing market, remaining competitive is essential. Filtration is a great cost saving alternative to pasteurisation, but to get the most out of your process, it’s important that you select the right filtration partner.
So, what should you look for when choosing a filter supplier?
The Parker European Filtration group have over 140 years combined experience in compressed air and gas treatment. Building on their outstanding expertise and brand heritage they are making it easier for customers to identify and choose the right solutions within Parker. The Parker compressed air and gas treatment solutions are now grouped under three sub-brands, each with a distinct offer based on technology specialisms:
Parker domnick hunter – Focused on Filtration and Separation
Parker Hiross – Focused on Refrigeration and Cooling
Parker Zander – Focused on Adsorption
The Parker Zander range of integrated drying and filtration systems is packed with innovative technology and features; delivering 100% validated air quality and world-leading standards of efficiency – in a single package.
Testimonial video of Winemakers discussing the benefits of generating nitrogen in house for purging or blanketing tanks, racking barrels, and flushing bottles. A nitrogen blanket reduces the oxygen concentration to less than 0.5% and minimizes contact between oxygen and the wine surface during storage (both pre and post bottling). This will prevent the growth of bacteria and other microbes. Nitrogen can also be used to purge air from pipes and hoses prior to bottling and to ensure oxygen is not introduced during transport. Sparging with nitrogen will remove any oxygen or CO2 introduced during handling, helping to preserve wine integrity. A Parker nitrogen generator supplies a continuous stream of nitrogen to displace residual oxygen and fill the voids within the package, preserving taste and freshness and extending shelf life. A Nitrogen Generator will produce a continuous supply of pure nitrogen and eliminate the need to purchase cylinders and or dewars of nitrogen.
The dh UHP nitrogen generator produces high purity nitrogen for GC carrier gas, makeup gas, and low flow sample concentrators, eliminating the need for high pressure N2 cylinders. The system utilizes sound reduction technology and a fuel economy feature to reduce costs and maximize uptime.
Introducing the advanced technology nitrogen gas generator for industry leading performance; a source of increased productivity, sustainability and profitability.
The NITROSource nitrogen gas generators unique design and advanced energy saving technology means less compressed air is needed to generate more nitrogen than any other gas generator currently available. Supported by substantially lower servicing costs, reduced downtime and a longer working life than comparable nitrogen generators, NITROSource offers the most cost-efficient nitrogen supply available; significantly more affordable and safer than traditional delivery methods of supply, such as gas cylinders and mini bulk storage.