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Protecting your food and beverage production from airborne pathogens and/or spoilers is mission-critical to ensure product quality and brand reputation. A key task of sterilizing grade gas filters is to remove airborne contaminants and provide microbiologically stable finished products, ingredients, packaging and equipment surfaces.
It’s important to know that not all gas filters are the same. Selecting the most suitable gas filter for your critical applications is key, including aseptic filling and fermentation gas applications. The selection criteria and sizing for these filters depends on filter type, removal performance, gas type and process parameters such as gas temperature, flow rate, and supply pressure.
In our webcast, “Sterile Gas Filtration in Critical Food & Beverage Applications”, you’ll learn:
Simon Avery is a member of the Pall Food & Beverage Global Technical Support Group as a Senior Technical Specialist, part of the SLS Global Technical Support team.
Since 2001, Simon has been providing field customer support and filtration optimization solutions to the Food and Beverage industry and is the technical lead on Gas filtration in the Pall Food and Beverage division.
After leaving University, Simon spent 3 years as a shift supervisor and integrator of new process equipment at Vitacress Salads before joining Pall Corporation in Portsmouth, UK where he is based.
Simon graduated from Teesside University with a BSc in Process Biotechnology.
Senior Manager, SLS LFB
Bruno Pinto is an experienced Food & Beverage manager with a demonstrated history of working in the industry. He is skilled in negotiation, people management, business planning, training, international business and is fluent in three languages (Portuguese, English and Spanish). He is a strong operations professional with a microbiology degree background.
The current state of flavor filtration and the challenges in current filtration methods