With a number of emerging pathogens now displaying increased resistance to chlorine disinfection, the food and beverage industry are actively increasing their already stringent safety and quality standards.
It is therefore key for food and beverage manufacturers to eliminate micro-organisms from all parts of the manufacturing process.
As an alternative to chemical disinfection, Ultraviolet water treatment eliminates all types of water-borne micro-organisms, including bacteria, moulds, yeasts, spores & viruses and is now a widely established method for drinking water disinfection worldwide.
As a chemical-free and low maintenance technology, UV disinfection is a proven solution for a range of process applications, from CIP rinsing to liquid sugar, and is of great importance where chemicals cannot be used in the process due to the need to avoid changes in the organoleptic properties of end products.
Unlike many manufacturers with a one design fits-all approach, atg Evoqua have designed and engineered five unique product ranges comprising over forty UV systems to solve the most complex and critical challenges in the industry today. With a large client base including industry leaders such as Coca Cola, Britvic, Heineken and British Sugar, atg Evoqua have over 30 years’ experience of process treatment applications and UV disinfection. In addition to a world class product range, a strong commitment to R&D places atg Evoqua as the clear choice when guaranteed performance, reliability and tailored engineering solutions need to come as standard.
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