Steam and hot water are integral both to the brewing process, and to peripheral activities such as CIP and sterilisation.
We have been in partnership with some of the world's major brewers for decades.
We have matched our ability to provide process steam, clean steam and hot water to the development of their plant, processes and global networks.
Changing trends in the brewing industry such as the use of clean steam, energy management and outsourcing have guided our product development.
"The installation was quick and easy and the RO system is compact. We’re very pleased with the results."Jason Roberts, Engineering Manager at Westons Cider View Case Study
This compact steam heat exchange unit covers a wide range of domestic and process hot water duties from 110 kW to 1 800 kW.
The requirement for 316 stainless steel is gradually being extended to secondary side media such as steam and hot water.
Reverse Osmosis system slashes annual fuel costs at Westons Cider.
Plate heat exchanger systems cuts hot water costs at Wadworth Brewery.
Marston’s Brewery saves £60,000 in first year with Spirax Sarco steam traps.
Steam system maintenance contract cuts Daniel Thwaites Brewery carbon footprint.
Are you using the correct grade of steam in your process? Using an inappropriate grade of steam for your process(es) can be a source of contamination.
Find out the key advantages of using the correct steam quality in your process
Thanks to its thermal energy properties, steam offers an efficient, cost-effective way of transferring heat through the production process. Sterilising, cooking, pasteurising, blanching, sealing, curing, humidifying – there can be no doubting its usefulness.
When thinking about the food and drink manufacturing process it can be all too easy to think only of the raw, edible ingredients that go in to producing your baked, confectionary and drinkable goods. Yet there is one ingredient that is often overlooked, even in the biggest FMCG businesses: steam. Yes, you read that right – steam.
Spirax Sarco tailor steam engineering solutions to food and beverage processes: blanching, peeling and cooking to extrusion, pasteurisation and shrink-wrapping
A major Scottish distillery is combining energy savings of more than £50,000 a year with being a better neighbour, thanks to a fl ash steam recovery system.