Blanching, peeling, cooking, coating, distillation, evaporation, pasteurization, dehydration, extrusion, shrink wrapping - steam plays a part in a large number of food processes, from preparation and processing to preservation and packaging.
Few familiar food brands reach the consumer without steam playing some part in their manufacture.
Our engineers are uniquely able to combine our products with a working knowledge of production processes and industry standards to help food producers and OEMs in the following areas:
Higher production capacities
Process reliability and downtime
Improving product quality; reducing scrap
Reducing energy consumption
Regulatory compliance and health and safety e.g. 3-A, EHEDG, FDA, EC hygiene.
"Spirax Sarco's steam knowledge and products are invaluable, plus we know they work with other large manufacturers. We wouldn’t have anybody else."Tony Marsh, Engineering Manager at AB World Foods View Case Study
The STERI-TROL is a pneumatically actuated 2-port angle pattern clean service control valve suitable for a wide range of applications in food, brewing and beverages industries.
This compact steam heat exchange unit covers a wide range of domestic and hot water process duties from 110 KW (37.5 GPM) to 1800 KW (614 GPM)
The Automatic Pump Trap includes a compact design and requires no electric power and is fully automatic and self-regulating.
System upgrade improves product quality and reduces energy within potato process.
Design and installation of heat recovery solution helps cereal manufacturer find significant energy savings.
Efficient and consistent operation of your steam system process is important in achieving the highest quality food or beverage product that is safe for consumption. This Blog provides you with five steps to ensure that your steam system process is optimized and will help you ensure your product is safe and meets the expectations of your consumers.
Shortly after the opening of their Texas, USA manufacturing plant, a leading producer of authentic Latin cuisine in the USA began to struggle with what they believed were mechanical issues in their heating kettles that produced the tasty product they are widely known for. Even though the operation was a bit new, their cooking stations had problems reaching process temperatures and was only allowing them to produce twelve batches of product per day.
By optimizing condensate recovery, a dairy company improves control and achieves energy savings.
Learn about the six ingredients every food and beverage manufacturer should have in their process.
Which grade of steam is right for your application? This white paper looks at the different grades of steam available to you and considers where they might be most applicable.
This Focus on Food podcast series shows you how to save energy and save water through effective heat recovery while also reducing visible emissions, reducing CO2 and controlling potential health and safety risks.
Secure steam control with class VI isolation in one valve with a flip over seat to double the life, providing the customer with a reduced total cost of ownership.
Spirax Sarco supply solutions to a broad range of OEM industries, with strong focus on four main industries: food & beverage, pharmaceutical, oil & gas and chemicals.
Spirax Sarco provides clean steam and energy management solutions to brewing and distilling processes including Clean-in-Place and sterilization
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