Koch Membrane Systems (KMS), a global leader in advanced membrane filtration technologies for the dairy industry, today announced it will launch its next generation Dairy-Pro Sanitary Spiral Wound Elements at the International Cheese Technology Exposition (ICTE), April 12-14 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (booth 1149).
Dairy-Pro Sanitary, Spiral Wound Elements are designed specifically for the demands of the dairy industry. Their enhanced element construction improves energy efficiency up to 25 percent and increases productivity up to 15 percent over prior elements. An advanced blister resistant design decreases the risk of product contamination. Pressure capability up to 800 psi (55 bar) and clean in place temperature tolerance up to 60°C (140°F) reduce and operating costs and ease the cleaning process. All Dairy-Pro elements are USDA, FDA, 3A, EU, and Halal compliant.
“KMS has over 40 years of global experience applying membrane filtration to improve every step of dairy processing,” said Manny Singh, President, Koch Membrane Systems. “The Dairy-Pro product line is the latest example of our commitment to create value for our customers through technological innovation.”
Koch Membrane Systems will present an overview and introduction to Dairy-Pro in their booth (#1149) on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 13 and 14 at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. and technical product experts will be on hand throughout the show to answer any questions.
About Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS)
For five decades, Koch Membrane Systems has led the way in developing innovative membrane technologies that serve a diverse range of industries and applications around the globe. KMS provides solutions to markets including industrial and municipal water and wastewater, food and life sciences and industrial processes, helping thousands of industries reduce their water footprint, increase productivity, and reduce costs. With an installed base approaching 20,000 systems throughout the world, KMS is setting the standard as a comprehensive membrane solutions provider. Additional information on KMS and its technologies can be found on its website at: www.kochmembrane.com