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HPS international sales conference

HPS Pigging Experts Gather from Throughout the World

Posted in on 25th August 2017

HPS International Sales Conference 2017 After an intense, highly productive week, the HPS International Sales Conference is now over. Thanks to all those that attended and got involved. Commencing on the 14th August at the UK Offices in Beeston, Nottingham, Sales Professionals from the HPS group of companies took deep dives into exploring critical themes

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pigging and yield

How do Pigging Systems Increase Yields?

Posted in on 11th August 2017

How to Improve Productivity in Liquid Processing In industries which process liquids, there are various ways to optimise production and to operate with maximum efficiency. This could include making changes to some processes or tweaking others. You could also look at different control techniques or more accurate instrumentation. But for really big improvements, one of

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HPS sponsor Toton Tigers

Well Done to Toton Tigers Football Team!

Posted in on 4th August 2017

HPS Sponsored Toton Tigers Were (almost) Undefeated in Cup Denmark HPS recently had the pleasure of sponsoring Nottingham based Toton Tigers U16 Football tour at Cup Denmark, held in Copenhagen at Brøndby Stadium. Offering an international atmosphere, the unique football tournament annually attracts over 150 teams of various age categories participating from more than 25 nations.

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pigging system quotation

How Much Does a Pigging System Cost?

Posted in on 18th July 2017

Working Out a Budget for your Pigging Project Pigging systems deliver rapid payback and high return on investment. But there’s no getting away from it. Like all industrial equipment and process improvement projects, price plays an important role. It not only influences the type of pigging system you choose, it also plays a part in

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butter production

Butter Shortage and the Importance of Maximising Yield

Posted in on 17th July 2017

Sugar Versus Fat Debate For decades, there has been heavy debate as to whether sugar or fat is the primary culprit behind the obesity epidemic. Previously, fat was regarded as the enemy and was associated with various inaccurate myths. I’m sure you’ve heard all of them: fat makes us fat, leads to heart disease, contributes

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