Market Sales Manager, North America, Food & Dairy, , Pall Corporation
Bob Tyler is a Market Sales Manager for Pall Corporation, Food and Beverage. He is responsible for all filtration and separation technologies sold into food and dairy plants across North America.
Bob joined Pall Corporation in 2000. For his first 8 years at Pall, Bob was the Market Sales Manager supporting craft breweries filtration needs in North America. He’s visited hundreds of breweries all over the globe to help reduce overall filtration cost in craft breweries, improving their brands' beer stability.
For the past 12 years Bob has been tasked with supporting the Food and Dairy industry. He’s worked with various Food and Dairy feed streams and has extensive knowledge in direct and crossflow filtration systems.
Within the plant-based protein world, protein ingredients represent high added value to food products due to their functional properties. To preserve their natural functionalities, the production process must minimize potential denaturation effects and prevent contamination, making the processing method utilized more critical than ever before. We’ll present the results from a study comparing the outcomes from membrane-based processing vs. traditional centrifugation processing of pea proteins. During this presentation you will explore:
The drawbacks of traditional methods of producing plant-based proteins
The benefits of membrane-based processing for waste stream valorization