ABOUT AERZEN USA
Aerzen USA was founded in the United States in 1983, and is a wholly owned division of the German manufacturer, Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH. Founded in 1864, Aerzener Maschinenfabrik is a recognized world leader in the production of rotary positive displacement machines since 1868.
Continuous improvements in our production facilities, staff training, and innovations in our product offerings provide our customers with the best product and service available in the blower and compressor market today.
Our presence in North America has grown steadily since our establishment in 1983. Our customers are most pleased by the dependable operation of Aerzen blowers and compressors, low life cycle costs, and Aerzen Quality as a standard.
Production of both yeast and enzymes requires multiple tanks that are filled with water and precursor ingredients used by each as a food source. Installing the most appropriate blower equipment in the process can enhance yeast and enzyme production, minimize energy costs, guarantee food safety, and avoid costly failures. Consequently, Aerzen’s vast experience in aeration for the water/wastewater market is now successfully being applied to the food and beverage market as well as other industries.
Industrial wastewater treatment plants, especially those in the food and beverage industry, are in a league of their own. Compared to municipal facilities, operators of industrial sites often face much more drastic variations in the conditions of water they are required to treat.
It’s a scenario that is becoming more common at food and beverage facilities. The introduction of a new product to market, or a boom in sales of an existing product, prompts management to increase production capacity. While there is plenty of space for production equipment, the corresponding need for additional wastewater treatment capacity may not be readily accommodated.
In addition to penalties for non-compliance, wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) operators in the food and beverage industry risk excessive losses caused by problems at the wastewater treatment facility.
A grain mill needed a way to extend its conveying height from 45 to 65 meters, putting added strain on its compressed air systems. Keep reading to learn how a hybrid solution helped the mill meet its goals.
The economical operation of a wastewater treatment plant depends largely on the design and the interplay of the aeration and process controls. Moreover, the human factor and the management objectives are at the heart of the plant’s reality and should also be taken into consideration. Selection and thoughtful integration of all the subsystems is of paramount importance.