Check out how our customers are implementing GEA Tuchenhagen components and technology.
In this practical example, the development of an effective cleaning technology for a flour silo involved applying the different available cleaners and cleaning methods to ensure optimized hygiene. Read more.
It is not without reason that the planning and implementation of production lines for the pharmaceutical industry is regarded as the supreme discipline of plant engineering. The challenges are – just to name a few examples – to satisfy the most stringent of hygiene requirements, deal with confined spaces and at the same time provide ease of maintenance when designing the plant. Read more.
During a routine meeting, an existing Canadian customer noted they always encountered - what they felt was - premature failure on diaphragm valves in their filler applications, costing the company in time, money and product loss from downtime. Read more.