Pumps and valves can be a dairy processor's secret weapon for maximizing plant efficiencies and producing superior products. Being able to move liquids swiftly and safely through piping can reduce operating expenses while enhancing food quality.
Detecting foreign objects and other contaminants in dairy products is perhaps the most crucial part of the production process. Without the ability to effectively scan for adulterants, processors can compromise food safety and risk costly recalls, product waste and damage to their reputations.
Pumps are widely used within dairy processing facilities to transfer liquids, gases and slurries by mechanical action. Valves, meanwhile, control the flow of such products via opening/closing different passageways.