Case Study

Clean-In-Place (CIP) Recovery With Efficient Filtration

Source: Pall Corporation
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The Food & Beverage industry requires frequent cleaning in place (CIP) of its equipment, tanks, and pipes to ensure the safety of products during processing. Within the F&B industry, hygienic standards are becoming increasingly more stringent. Simultaneously, environmental considerations are adding immense pressure to reduce water consumption and wastewater disposal. Additionally, competitive market dynamics continue to drive operational cost efficiency.

A dairy producer and processor located in South America was looking into reducing their CIP process costs. Collaboratively, Pall and the customer designed a way to integrate a microfiltration unit into the existing plant. See how this solution reduced both operating costs and the environmental footprint of the factory.

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