Webinar: Benefits of UV Water treatment for the beverage market
Sponsored by: Hanovia
Date: 10 June
Time: 1PM London
Insuring water quality for production
UV water treatment has experienced a significant increase in world-wide application and will continue to do so as chemical treatments become more cost intensive due to increasingly stringent regulations. UV is a non-chemical solution providing biological and process security for water used in beverage manufacture, with a significant advantage in that it does not affect the product taste or colour.
This increasing trend for water re-use and stringent disinfection practices (especially in water intensive and water critical industries such as power, food and beverage (F&B) and pharmaceutical markets) acts as a major driver for the water and wastewater disinfection systems market. With key manufacturers increasingly specifying validated performance for UV systems, this will impact significantly within this market segment in the next 5-7 years.
This Webinar will deliver key education on the benefits of using UV for industrial beverage production, including the latest developments in UV technology and applications.
• How UV works to eliminate threat of resisting bacteria in water
• Where does UV fit in the beverage production process?
• What is validated UV science?
• Benefits from low pressure (LP) and medium pressure (MP) UV lamp technologies in relation to application.
• Emerging requirements, such as Sugar syrup disinfection
• The efficiency and economic benefits of using UV technology
The common issues with water quality will also be highlighted and how Hanovia's application centre is enabling support for new UV science applications. Examples will also be given to where UV has helped and provided leading manufacturers with results that have exceeded expectations.
Register today to learn the best practices for using UV and to have the opportunity to ask direct questions to Hanovia.
Dr Mark Aston,
Mark has over 25 years' experience in developing profitable products from innovative technology. He has held senior director roles in engineering companies operating in the electro-optical and bespoke engineering market sectors, including traditional and solid-state lighting technologies.
His role in Hanovia is to implement new technology and product development programmes as well as consolidate planning for continuous improvement of Hanovia's unique range of UV treatment products.
Mark has a BSc (Hons) in Physics and Astrophysics, a DSc in Optical Physics and is a Chartered Physicist and Honorary Research Fellow of University College, London.
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Key Learning Objectives
- Educate the industry on UV Science and best practices
- Common issues with water treatment that can cause possible contamination
- Types of UV Lamps available for the industry, relevant to industrial application
- Latest application driven research and development
- Head of Quality Control
- Quality Control Managers
- Manufacturing Quality Manager
- Production Managers
- Head of Production
- Procurement Manager
- Product Quality Managers
- Head of Product Management
- Research & Development Managers
- Head of R&D