Case Study

Spice Is A Variety Of Life

Kaeser-Spring

It is certainly not a new realization that food is about much more than nourishment. The experience of flavors can represent pure enjoyment while enhancing our sense of culture and lifestyle. To attain the consummate taste experience, we need the right ingredients. The goal of Fuchs Group in Lower Saxony, Germany, with its precious spices and spice mixtures, is to help turn a meal into a genuine culinary event.

Throughout the entire production process of the Fuchs Group, there is a unifying theme: compressed air. For every step in its operations, from the transport of the spices and herbs through to the cleaning, drying and grinding processes, and to control the machines and systems, the Fuchs Group needs compressed air. The company cannot afford any bottlenecks or disruptions in the compressed air supply. The reliability and availability of this universal energy source is of paramount importance. When it was time to replace the obsolete compressors from another manufacturer due to increasingly frequent breakdowns and problems, the obvious choice was the Coburg-based system provider KAESER. For food processing operations, compressed air must meet the highest quality standards of Class 1.4.1 under DIN ISO 8573-1.

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