ProMinent at BrauBeviale 2016 - Effective, safe and gentle disinfection
ProMinent is presenting components and systems it has developed and manufactured in-house at BrauBeviale 2016 in Nuremberg. Particular highlights on stand 6-351 in Hall 6, from 8 - 10 November 2016, include the DULCO®Lyse and the new Solenoid Driven Metering Pump gamma/ X. These ensure effective, safe and gentle beverage production.
ProMinent has further optimised its DULCO®Lyse Diaphragm Electrolysis System and produces the highly effective DULCO®Lyt 400 disinfectant on site cost effectively from water, sodium chloride and electricity. The formation of problematic by-products has been reduced to a minimum. The improved electrolysis process involves significantly lower chlorate content than conventional procedures. DULCO®Lyse produces less than 0.01 ppm of chlorate for one dose of 1 ppm FAC (Free Available Chlorine). These chlorate levels were measured in accordance with DIN/EN ISO 103054-4 (D25):1999-07 (below detection limit).
Users also benefit from the minimal chloride levels. Conventional technologies produce multiple times as much chloride. The surfaces of pipes, machine parts and equipment are not attacked by the minimal chloride concentration and corrosion is reliably avoided.
New: universal metering systems and solenoid driven metering pump gamma/ X
Also on show will be the flexible new metering system DULCODOS® universal. Components such as piping, relief valves and electrical parts are preconfigured. Best of all, the customer can select the most suitable pump for a specific application: a solenoid driven metering pump Beta® 4 or 5, delta® or gamma/ X. This new pump guarantees extremely precise metering volumes with minimal use of chemicals with its new Solenoid Driven Metering Pump gamma/ X. And all within a working range of 2.3 ml/h to 45 l/h at 25 to 2 bar. The metering pump ensures excellent process reliability through automatic bleeding, its high IP 66 degree of protection and, above all, through automatic monitoring of the hydraulic conditions and sensorless pressure monitoring.