Filters with verified efficiency ratings can extend the life of the reverse osmosis membrane and reduce replacement costs.
A craft brewery installs a wastewater treatment system, saving the municipality from investing in additional equipment to handle high-strength wastewater.
The range of food products presents different wastewater challenges. Examples include: fruits and vegetables for canning and preserving, fish, meat and poultry, dairy products, and fats and oils.
Two case studies: World Water Works DAF system treats water at casting facility; Eaton self-cleaning strainer filters water at iron and steel facility.
Energy costs are a major driver for water conservation in industries such as food and beverage, iron and steel production, and automotive manufacturing.
In this case study, a global beer producer — set to begin production in a new brewery — works proactively with the local wastewater treatment plant to install an anaerobic wastewater pretreatment facility.
Filtration is crucial in food and beverage processing to reduce risk of contamination.
Using the right types of chemical metering pumps — rotary gear or reciprocating — for the specific application can cut costs and save water.