ProMinent at Anuga FoodTec 2018

Safe foodstuffs thanks to reliable technology

The electrolysis system DULCO®Lyse produces low chlorate and low chloride disinfectant of a consistent quality at low cost
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Visitors to Stand B070/078 in Hall 10.2 at Anuga FoodTec 2018, which runs between 20 and 23 March 2018 in Cologne, will learn how foods and beverages can be processed and manufactured free of germs. Safe foodstuffs thanks to reliable technology from ProMinent. For example, using Dulcolyt for low chlorate and low chloride disinfection or chemical-free disinfection by means of UV radiation. Alternatively, manufacturers and processors can use metering systems to hygienically and accurately meter flavourings and additives. These ensure high-quality, reproducible recipes.

ProMinent’s optimised electrolysis system Dulcolyse economically produces the highly effective Dulcolyse 400 disinfectant on site. Not only is this a cost-effective alternative to conventional chlorine disinfectants, in addition, it ensures a significantly lower chlorate level than conventional processes: less than 0.01 ppm of chlorate for one dose of 1 ppm FAC (Free Available Chlorine). Exactly the same is true for the chloride by-product, where concentrations are also well below the figures of conventional technologies, thereby reliably preventing corrosion. Highly accurate metering also improves process reliability.

Accurate and hygienic metering
Ready-wired metering systems Dulcodos F&B ensure hygienic, accurate metering of cleaning agents, disinfectants, additives and auxiliary agents. Depending on application, solenoid-driven metering pumps gamma/ X or Beta and motor-driven metering pumps Sigma ensure maximum precision. All components which come into contact with the product are made from physiologically harmless materials.

Chemical-free disinfection in line with hygienic design requirements
New UV systems Dulcodes LP F&B disinfect product water in the food and beverage industry free of chemicals. The DVGW-certified system meets the hygiene requirements for Cleaning in Place (CIP). The surfaces are electro-polished to an Ra roughness of less than 0.8 µm to prevent the media flowing through from sticking.
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