Growing patient numbers and rising demand for reliable endoscopy services meant that the hospital needed to review its key reprocessing equipment. This resulted in a recommendation that their existing chemical clean reverse osmosis units be replaced with state of the art thermal sanitisation reverse osmosis (RO) systems.
Dwight Bali, Head of Engineering at J Wray & Nephew UK, the distributor of the Appleton range of rums, knew the Jamaican based winery needed to improve efficiencies and productivity in its filtration process and reduce its waste disposal costs. Due to Puresep’s knowledge in the food and beverage industry, they were commissioned for the project.
Analysis of the current plant, and examination of the further plans to double brewing capability, meant that our engineers could design the solution to fit the existing machinery with the expansion strategy in mind. With a toolkit of some of the best filtration systems in the world, we don’t deliver a one size fits all approach.
Nigerian Breweries Plc, Nigeria (formerly Heineken) asked Envirogen Group to carry out an audit to assess the filter equipment condition, current process setup, including potential optimisation and effect of surface area on rate of filtration and the implications to ancillary equipment.
Investing in new filtration technology was the key to improving operations at Heineken’s Herefordshire cider mill. An old module was coming to the end of its life but instead of looking for a replacement, Heineken started to investigate the latest technologies. PureFlow crossflow microfiltration technology from Envirogen would come out clear winner.
Constellation Europe chooses Puresep as key provider of state of the art filtration equipment. The Stepflow system ensures the wine is efficiently and economically filtered ready for bottling at one of Europe’s largest bonded warehouse.