Posts in the Pigging Information, Tips and Advice category

engineering ethics and pigging

Ethical Engineering and Liquid Product Recovery

How Pigging Systems are Good for Society and the Environment When implementing new technologies within a business, there’s more to consider than just efficiency, profit and productivity gains. Of course, these are important, essential even, but there are other factors to take into account, such as the real or potential social and environmental impacts of

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Automation

Top Trends of 2018 Impacting the Process Pigging Industry

Posted in on 19th January 2018

Product Recovery (Pigging) Industry Trends From automation to sustainability, we’ve outlined the key trends that are predicted to have the biggest impact on the process pigging industry in 2018. Trend 1: Automation is a Must From rising prices of ingredients and other raw materials to increasing demand for innovative new food products, more manufacturers are

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How Food Fraud is Threatening the Food Industry

Posted in on 13th October 2017

Some of the Vulnerabilities in the Food Supply Chain The chocolate you eat, the milk you put in your cereal, the sauce you add to your pasta – these all could actually be fraudulent ingredients. How would you really know? Food fraud is a growing problem worldwide that not only costs the food industry billions

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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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