The solution is designed to allow brewers to continuously monitor critical process performance data during brewing to help maximize operational efficiencies and optimize beer quality.
“At Pentair, we work to deliver smart, sustainable solutions that empower our customers to make the most of life’s essential resource,” says Dominik Elsaesser, Technology Vice President, Pentair Filtration Solutions. “The new IoT service solution for our BMF systems is designed to help our customers run their operations more efficiently and improve product quality and safety, while at the same time, reduce energy, water, and cleaning chemical consumption.”
The BMF IoT service solution provides brewers with a customizable dashboard to view relevant process parameters. This, says the company, would enable operators to make adjustments in real time, helping to reduce uptime and extend beer production runs, and also helping to lower operating and upstream costs.
The company will be demonstrating its IoT service solution at BrauBeviale 2018, an international trade fair for the entire beverage production process chain held November 13 – 15 in Nürnberg, Germany.
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