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Pig Detection and Control

Pipeline Pig Tracking

Posted in on 12th August 2015

What Is Pig Tracking? The term ‘Pig Tracking’ basically means monitoring the location in a liquid processing system of a pipeline pig (or pigs).  Pig tracking is important because, to operate and control any pigging system safely, effectively and efficiently, it’s critical to know the whereabouts of the pig within the pipe at any given time. HPS

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Hygienic (Sanitary) Pig Maintenance

How to Check Your Pig and When to Change It. Every day, HPS pigs are in active use in thousands of factories, industrial plants, manufacturing and processing facilities. What’s more, they’re used with a massive variety of products. These range from fine wines, luxurious chocolate and distinguished single malt whiskies, through to pet food, household

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Environmental Product Recovery

Infographic: How Pigging Helps the Environment

Posted in on 10th June 2015

The Positive Environmental Impact of Product Recovery. Hygienic or Sanitary Pigging is a highly effective method of cleaning pipes and recovering product in liquid processing systems. It’s used in a wide variety of different industries and for many different products: for example food and drink, paint, household goods, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, personal care products and many more.

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Pipeline Infrastructure for Pigging Systems

Pipeline Infrastructure for Pigging Systems

Posted in on 16th April 2015

Requirements for Hygienic Pigging Systems. When implementing a product recovery, product transfer or pigging system, it’s important to take time choosing the right pigging system provider. Similarly, it’s also important to choose the right type of pig, pig detection system, level of automation, type of control system, software and so on. However, it’s easy to

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Pig Detection and Control

Pig Detection and Control

Posted in on 9th April 2015

How HPS Fully Detectable Pigs enable Advanced Control and Automation The unique design of HPS’s hygienic pigs gives them a number of advantages. For example, they are bi-directional, while their built-in flexibility enables them to travel around bends while cleaning or transferring product. They are long lasting, they won’t degrade even at temperatures up to

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