Just in time for Drinktec, GEA is expanding its portfolio of filling valves with new options that allow manufacturers to fill an even wider range of beverages with one valve technology. The new generation of magnetic valves can be used for all filling platforms with a high hygiene level – in aseptic applications for dairy products, for example, as well as for ESL beverages with a longer shelf life.
Global consumer demand for higher volumes, and more diverse convenience food stimulated Marel to develop its new 1000mm Coating Line. The Covid-19 crisis accelerated this process, causing sudden market trends such as increased dining at home and more takeaways. Convenience food is, therefore, even more sought after than ever before.
As the UV flexo market grows, so do the demands on printers and ink manufacturers. There is more and more demand for UV flexo inks for safe food packaging and sophisticated non- food packaging as well as labels.
GEA unveils a new sustainability option for the membrane system for beer dealcoholization at Drinktec 2022: GEA AromaPlus PRO reduces the water consumption for diafiltration during dealcoholization by up to 100%. The alcoholic base produced as a by-product of the filtration process can be used for manufacturing other beverages in the brewery, such as Hard Seltzer.
At Chillventa 2022 - Hall 7A-310, Sanhua will present many new and innovative solutions for OEMs, installers, and products for the following applications: Heat Pumps, complete range of products like Uni-polar EEV + Driver, four-way valve SHF-G for R744, MCHE & BPHE, Mini Pressure Switches, Compressor Inverters & Pressure Sensors.
At ULMA Packaging we have taken a step further in our pursuit of sustainable packaging solutions by developing a new model of thermoforming machine to package fresh products in vacuum skin packs on a flat cardboard base.
Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC) and Swiss Bühler Group announce the deployment of Bühler’s state-of-the-art Stellar Gemini system at SEC’s Urban Microalgae Protein project laboratory in Singapore. The Stellar technology, a world first developed by Bühler, is based on nanosecond pulsed electric fields.