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    Anuga FoodTec

    20th - 23rd of march
    Koelnmesse GmbH
    Messepl. 1
    50679 Cologne

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    Krones at the Anuga FoodTec

    Cologne, Germany, 20 – 23 March 2018

    Hall 8.1, Stand A020/B039

    Krones at the Anuga FoodTec

    New Krones tubular heat exchanger model

    At the Anuga FoodTec, Krones will be presenting, amongst other technological highlights, a new model of tubular heat exchanger for manufacturing milk, mixed milk beverages, tea or juice. In this system, the heat is exchanged according to the product-against-product principle: the still-cold product flows through the internal pipe and is heated by the already heated product located in the external pipe. In addition to a higher energy recovery compared to the product-against-water design, the new tubular heat exchanger has other advantages: for example, on the jacket side there are no internal-pipe supports, and this permits the processing of fibrous products. The internal pipes can also be removed from the jacket pipe for easier inspection.

    A design highlight of the new pipe modules is the hygienic stainless steel bellows for length compensation. This allows the omission of radial seals, resulting in the elimination of any leaks when in a cold condition.

    HST homogenizer HL6

    HST homogenizer HL6

    HST Maschinenbau GmbH is your first port of call when it comes to homogenization technology, high-pressure piston pumps, systems technology and sealing technology. Its portfolio comprises, among other things, nine different homogenizer models from the HL series. They comprise 2, 3, 5 or 6 pistons, as well as a downstream homogenization valve, and can process 10 to 47,000 litres per hour at a pressure of 100 to 1,500 bar.

    HST is presenting the homogenizer type HL6 at the Anuga FoodTec. It is the economical model among high-pressure homogenizers: Thanks to the HST MultiGap valve, it consumes up to 25 percent less energy, has a needs-based controller and also makes a water saving of 25 percent possible.

    To the HST website

    Intelligent valve from Evoguard

    Intelligent valve from Evoguard

    As the specialist for valves and pumps within the Krones Group, Evoguard asked itself an exciting question: how can a mechanical valve, i.e. a physical component “learn to talk”, meaning how can it be digitalised? The advantages: dynamic seals in the product compartment can thus be monitored in regard to their wear status. In order to pursue this thought, Evoguard is currently developing, in conjunction with Syskron, an intelligent valve as a solution geared to Industry 4.0.

    A case study has already been on show at the drinktec, and will again be presented at Anuga FoodTec.

    To the Evoguard website

    Milkron: the milk experts at Krones

    Milkron: the milk experts at Krones

    Milk ranks among the world’s most sensitive foods – which is why special know-how is required for processing and producing dairy foods and beverages. It’s for precisely this reason that in mid-2016 Krones set up its Milkron subsidiary, staffed by genuine sectoral insiders who are thoroughly familiar with how to create and treat the natural products involved.

    Milkron offers engineering services to milk-processing companies, and thus support them in their plant-construction projects. This can involve both relatively small orders, such as line modifications and supplements, and big ones like complete dairy plants, for example. Together, customised solutions can be developed – from the milk acceptance station and finishing treatment of the products right through to filling.

    To the Milkron website