Posts in the Pigging Industry News category

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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HPS Pigging Insights 2018

Posted in on 18th Sep 2018

Process Pigging Experts Gather from the UK, US and Australia In addition to providing high-quality products and a comprehensive range of pigging services, our continued focus is on delivering excellent customer service and technical expertise. To ensure we are the best at all we do, HPS organises a conference each year for all the Sales

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Pricing Pressures in Food and Beverage Manufacture

Pressure on Profit Levels for the Food and Beverage Industry According to the latest CBI Quarterly Trends Report of 2017, despite UK manufacturing reaching its highest levels in nearly 30 years, the food and beverage industry is still experiencing shrinking profit levels. The UK food and drink industry represents 15% of the UK’s total manufacturing

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Implementing a Pigging System

It’s Easy and Pain-free with HPS! Many mistakenly believe that implementing a pigging system can be complicated, fraught with pain and get in the way causing severe disruption in your manufacturing plant. Of course, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, you can be assured if you choose an experienced pigging system provider

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How Pigging and Product Recovery Systems Work – New Video

Pigging Used in Hygienic (or Sanitary) Applications If you drink lemonade, cola, other soft drinks, wines or spirits, or use shower gel, shampoo, conditioner or deodorant, eat ready meals, chocolate, pickle, sauces, feed your dog or cat pet food, or use paints or coatings, then you have almost certainty used something that’s been “pigged”! Pigging

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