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    SACHON FACHMAGAZINE SEIT 1998

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    TECHNIK UND TECHNOLOGIE DER BRAUINDUSTRIE

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    GETRÄNKETECHNIK UND -TECHNOLOGIE

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    MAGAZIN FÜR DEN GETRÄNKEFACHHANDEL

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    LATEINAMERIKANISCHE BRAU- UND GETRÄNKEINDUSTRIE

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    FACHORGAN FÜR DAS BRAU-, MALZ- UND GETRÄNKE- MANAGEMENT

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BBII 03-02 12-14 Direct drainage
Vorschau
DIRECT DRAINAGE Fully automatic neutralisation of wastewater from breweries The pH values of wastewater in breweries can vary enormously due to the fact that it originates from the various processes of brewing water preparation, production and CIP (Cleaning-in-Place) systems. To permit the wastewater to be fed straight into the municipal drains, a German brewery in Heidelberg has installed a modern, fully automated neutralisation system as the final stage of its wastewater treatment. he statute for public water disposal of Heidelberg (Germany) requires the pH value to fall within the range 6.5 to 9.5. To achieve this, the Heidelberg Schlossquell Brauerei has installed a neutralisation system which combines optimally compatible system components comprising a special pH electrode, the measured value processor, a controller and two metering pumps.

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Heidelberg Schlossquell Brauerei moved in 1999 from the city centre to the inner periphery of Heidelberg with its m ...

BBII 03-02 15-17 Modern beer logistics via process automation
Vorschau
Beck & Co.'s new central filter cellar in Bremen.

MODERN BEER LOGISTICS VIA PROCESS AUTOMATION The automated central filter cellar at Beck's keeps pace with increasing productivity The German brewery Beck & Co., Bremen, currently has an annual output of several million hectoliters of beer. In order to keep up with the distribution demand and keep expansion capabilities for increasing production open, the existing filter cellars were replaced, in the scope of a comprehensive modernization of the beer logistics, with a new, central, fully automatic operation with four filtration lines. n August 2000, Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services (I&S), together with Filtrox AG from St. Gallen, Switzerland, and ATM GmbH from Vlotho, Germany, was awarded the contract to perform the complete process and plant engineering, as well as the electrical engineering and automation of a central filter cellar at the Beck & Co brewery, one of Germany's largest breweries and a 100% subsidiar ...

BBII 03-02 18-19 No chance for contamination
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NO CHANCE FOR CONTAMINATION Hygienic design of flowmeters in CIP and SIP processes A successful automation of processing technology in the beverage industry sector is only possible if the measuring method is chosen in accordance with the process requirements. Apart from choosing the adequate physical measuring technique, the hygienic design of the measuring instruments and the process connections within the area of the process interface has become increasingly more important for a safe operation of automatic CIP (cleaning in place, or SIP (sterilisation in place) processes which are both common today.

Regulations, standards and guidelines The legal basis valid in Europe for the construction of machinery for the food industry is formed by the EU machinery directive 89/392/EWG. The CE sign on the type plate which is assigned in one´s own responsibility confirms that the EU machinery directive 89/392/EWG is observed. The food commodities law (LMBG/LMBV) describes the corres ...

BBII 03-02 20-23 Excellent refrigeration
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EXCELLENT REFRIGERATION Central refrigeration plant in Freiberger Brauhaus The refrigeration plant is an important section of every brewery. Fermenting and storage tanks, bright beer tanks, CO2condensation, water and yeast cooling, air conditioning equipment etc. need to be supplied with cold. When building their new production plant in the middle of the 90s, the Saxon Freiberger Brauhaus AG installed a central NH3compression refrigeration plant with two temperature circuits. eer brewing has a more than 800-year-old tradition in the Saxon city of Freiberg in Germany. In 2000 Freiberger Brauhaus celebrated their 150th anniversary. Indeed a reason to celebrate, particularly as the production rose considerably from approx. 150 000 hl in 1990 to 706 000 hl in the last financial year. Sales increases as

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Machine room of the central refrigeration plant in Freiberger Brauhaus.

well as additional canning for third parties required a higher capacity, which ...

BBII 03-02 24-28 Beer world monopoly
Vorschau
BEER WORLD MONOPOLY

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In the present article the author shows how the world-wide concentrations in the brewing sector will develop in future from his point of view. In this context, both the strong points and weak points of single groups as well as the strategic proceedings of the top companies of the branch are explained.

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World-wide concentrations in the brewing sector

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Germain Hansmaennel The author of this article occupied numerous senior positions at the Kronenbourg group, above all in Germany and in Switzerland and later on at the Danone group in the former Eastern Bloc. Since 1992 he has been running the real estate and family company SCI FIDES. In 2001, he launched his first internet presentation with his homepage www.beerwo ...

BBII 03-02 29 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES ANGELUS INTRODUCES NEW DOUBLE PROFILE SEAMING ROLLS Angelus Sanitary Can Machine Company has designed a new set of seaming rolls for their “P” Model Can Seamers. These new seaming rolls for first and second operation seaming assemblies, have an identical groove-profile on each end. This double profile feature enables a processor to simply turn the seaming roll over to double its wear life. A unique pin is another innovative feature that allows for a quick setup, without needing to add shims to adjust the seaming rolls. These new seaming rolls use stainless steel ball bearings

for better resistance to corrosion. The integrated lubrication feature ensures consistent, smooth operation throughout the seaming process. The seaming rolls can be returned within 60 days of purchase for a full credit if the buyer is not completely satisfied. The new seaming roll assemblies are directly interchangeable with Angelus Can Seamer models 10P , 29P , 40P , 40S, 50P, ...

BBII 03-02 3 Learning via the internet
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

LEARNING VIA THE INTERNET Years ago, nobody could have expected the Internet and computers to undergo such a rapid development. Even experts only dared to give cautious estimations in front of the public. Today, however, everything seems to be possible – or at least nothing seems to be impossible any more. The procurement of raw and process materials for beverage companies and breweries can today be handled completely via the Internet. Market places, which have been specifically created for this purpose make it possible to compare the most different suppliers so that merely price and quality play the decisive rolls. Also the monitoring of big and complex plants and machines can mostly take place via the Internet. A first diagnosis about errors on the part of the producer does thus not require immediate technical support in the plant any more. First measures can be taken via P ...

BBII 03-02 6-7 World news
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WORLD NEWS INTERNATIONAL

WORLD-WIDE BEER CONSUMPTION CONTINUES TO DROP The international beer consumption continues to fall. Even in beer drinker nations like Germany, Ireland and above all the Czech Republic the per capita consumption of beer in 2000 fell or at best remained the same. According to the latest statistics of the umbrella organisation of the European brewers CBMC, which refer to 2000, the Czechs are still holding the record with 159 litres. Germany and Ireland follow by a wide margin with 125 litres per capita each, also with a falling tendency. The Austrians follow with 108 litres. In 2000, there were increases in Italy where, however, only about 28 (1999: 27) litres per capita are consumed and in Spain with about 72 litres per capita. Hungary recorded a small increase from 70 to 73 litres for the first time in two years, however, also there the level was still at 107 litres in 1990. The Norwegians consumed about 52 litres per capita in 2000. In the EU the ...

BBII 03-02 8-10 Beer recovery from spent yeast
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BEER RECOVERY FROM SPENT YEAST New system for breweries between 0.5 and 1.3 million hectoliters Beer recovery has always been an economically interesting additional process step in breweries as a valuable product, namely beer, is recovered from a waste product, surplus yeast. On the other hand, the investment costs per m 2 installed membrane area for smaller beer recovery units was relatively high. Thus for breweries between 500 000 hl/year and 1.3 m hl/year the technology was not always interesting under an economical point of view. This year a new system was validated which is filling this gap.

Michael Bock studied process engineering in 1997 he wrote his diploma thesis on the production and the use of membranes in biotechnology; since 1998 he has been project manager in the field of Research and Development at Schenk Filterbau GmbH; since 2000 product manager for Crossflow membrane plants in the field of Food and Beverages at Pall SeitzSchenk.

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