We help companies in the food, beverage and dairy industries achieve the highest purity levels and meet the toughest sanitation requirements
The Swagelok® sanitary pressure regulators include the PRS series, a pressure-reducing regulator, and the TBRS series, a tank blanketing regulator. Both series are compliant with FDA/USP Class VI and feature 316L stainless steel metal components and EPDM seals. These sanitary regulators are designed for pressures up to 232 psig (16.0 bar) and are available with sanitary clamp end connections. The PRS series pressure regulator features a handle knob for pressure adjustment; the TBRS series tank blanketing regulator has an adjusting screw for pressure adjustment. Fill the form for a copy of Swagelok's sanitary pressure regulators catalog.
Tank blanketing, also known as padding, is the introduction of an inert gas into the vapor space of a storage tank. The pressure of the blanketing gas, usually nitrogen, is slightly higher than atmospheric pressure. The pressure requirement is low because higher pressures do not significantly improve results and waste expensive blanketing gas. Also storage tanks have thin walls which are not designed for highpressure-containment applications. Tank blanketing is required in many industries where pressure-tight tanks are used for storage including the pharmaceutical, biochemical, electronics, sanitary, and waste water treatment industries. Fill the form for a copy of Swagelok's tank blanketing pressure regulators catalog.
We offer comprehensive energy management services, including identification of leaks and other energy wasting problems in your facility, recommendations on cost-effective corrective actions, and more. Our energy management services include:
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Food & Beverage Steam System Reliability, Safety, and Optimization reviews all aspects of a food/beverage steam system and is designed to provide attendees with a solid understanding of steam system management including topics such as process hot water systems, CIP systems, steam quality, flash steam recovery, steam and condensate piping, heat transfer, safety, and steam system mass balancing. Attendees work in groups to accomplish different tasks relating to a steam system.
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