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Top Tips for Maintaining your HPS Pigging System

Posted in on 18th January 2019

Regular Pigging System Maintenance Ensures Continued Efficiency, Reliability and Longevity HPS pigging systems are high-quality, reliable, robust and are designed to last a long time. Of course, like most things, nothing lasts forever. Over time, pigging system components are exposed to wear and tear, meaning certain parts will eventually need replacing. However, with some care,

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Best of 2018 – HPS’s Most Popular Blogs of 2018

Posted in on 11th January 2019

The Most Read HPS Articles of 2018 With 2019 now underway, we thought we’d take a look back to find the top ten most-read articles on the HPS blog in 2018. If you follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media platforms, you may have noticed last month that we counted down the most

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How Minimising Waste Can Be Profitable for Food Manufacturers

Food Waste is a Major Problem Throughout the World Food waste is a very hot topic dominating the food and beverage industry. In recent years, it’s also become a key issue that has climbed up the public and political agenda throughout the world. The problem is that approximately one-third of food produced globally for human

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8 Top Trends in the Process Pigging Industry 2019

Posted in on 13th December 2018

What to Expect in the Process Pigging Industry in 2019? From new applications for pigging and sustainability to food safety and improving efficiency, here are some of the key trends that are predicted to have a big impact on the process pigging industry in 2019. If you’ve just come across this page and are unfamiliar

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Different Ways to Propel the Hygienic Pig – New Video

New Pigging System Demonstration Video A question we often get asked is how pigs travel through pipes. There are various ways to propel pigs. These include compressed air, water, the following product, carbon dioxide plus others. We’ve recently put together a new video which shows some of the different ways to propel the process pig.

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