Waste management We have transformed the problem of production waste into an opportunity: Thanks to the concentration process, it becomes a useful resource. For example, if waste is placed in the concentrators, its water content is reduced to obtain feed, ready to be sold on the market.
Energy saving The design of the machine is fundamental. In particular, the analysis and optimization of some production steps allows a lower consumption of energy, steam, or water. A double advantage as it’s both cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
Productivity Machine performance remains unchanged over time and is guaranteed in the contract. In addition, we monitor the health of the components with a scheduled maintenance service, a practice that decreases the possibility of production downtime.
The processes in our plants are aimed at optimization. For us, an efficient production cycle must be able to reduce the amount of production waste. But it only through our know-how that we can ensure the right balance between yield and quality. This is defined on an engineering level by the design of the machines […]
Our solutions are designed to preserve the initial quality of the raw material, avoiding an excessive mechanical and thermodynamic “stress”. To define the most correct working process, and to reduce the number of steps at thermal level, we perform a feasibility study with analysis of the raw material or the product recipe.
In order to comply with regulations and achieve high quality standards, it is essential to ensure that our plants are cleaned reliably, efficiently, and at regular intervals. To ensure this, we offer a Clean in Place system, taking into account plant downtime due to cleaning cycles, wasted energy, and used cleaning agents.
Owing to the experience gained over the years, we know that a higher yield does not mean better product quality. When designing our machines, we consider all aspects that determine this fundamental issue, from the design to the correct thermodynamic dimensioning, up to the washing process of the machine.