B&P pasteurisation systems are used in the fruit juice production industry.
A pasteurizer is a device for carrying out the process of pasteurization of food in order to preserve it. The pasteurization process consists in destroying microorganisms that are harmful to human life and health.
Software controlling the work of the pasteurizer in combination with automation and measuring devices eliminates the need for constant supervision. All operating parameters are available in the form of reports.
Pasteurizers manufactured by B&P Engineering enable the processing of various types of raw materials on a single device, from juice and concentrate to vegetable purées (e.g. onion, beetroot, garlic).
|Efficiency range||from 500 l/h up to 50 00 l/h|
|Heating temperatures||from 65°C up to 99°C|
|Operation||Manual or automatic (PLC control system)|
At the customer's request, it is possible to automate the delivery of cleaning agents by means of a so-called detergent dispenser. The dispenser increases the level of work safety by eliminating the need for manual measuring and adding of cleaning agents. Based on conductivity meter readings, the system takes an appropriate cleaning agent to maintain the desired parameters during the cleaning cycle.
We offer the following versions of pasteurizers:
The destruction of microorganisms takes place when heated to a temperature appropriate for the pasteurised food product. After the pasteurization process, we obtain a product with a prolonged shelf life and well-established organoleptic properties.
The product is heated up to a temperature between 65°C and 142°C in order to dispose of all micro-organisms. Next, the product is cooled down ready to undergo subsequent processing. The systems are fitted with a booster pump to ensure that the pressure of the pasteurised product always exceeds the pressure of the non-pasteurised product by at least 0.5 bar.
In case event of a leakage in the heat exchanger, the pasteurised product is always pressed into the non-pasteurised product, never the other way round. You can rest assured: only 100% perfectly pasteurised product leaves your system.