AdamMason, Author at HRS Heat Exchangers

Posts written by AdamMason

HRS Unicus Series: gentle processing of high fouling products

April 24, 2018 | by

Heat exchangers are widely used across a range of industries, including food manufacturing, chemical processing, water treatment and renewable energy production. As well as basic heating and cooling, they are used for a wide range …

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Willen Biogas: Maximising the Value of their Digestate

January 25, 2017 | by
HRS Digestate Concentration System - Willen

Williams & Co. is a Middlesex-based farming company which grows 2,000 acres of arable crops and speciality herbs near Enfield. When it formed Willen Biogas in 2008 in order to investigate the potential of a …

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Creating a Richer Biofertiliser

February 12, 2016 | by

Following the welcome news that theRenewable Heat Incentive (RHI) budget is set to treble between now and 2021, Britain’s AD industry is breathing a small sigh of relief. Despite the fact that Department for Energy …

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Improving the Value of Food Waste

January 29, 2016 | by

Matt Hale, International Sales Manager for HRS Heat Exchangers, explains how innovations in heating, pasteurisation and concentration technology can help food waste AD operators to thrive in the face of dwindling renewable energy subsidies. The …

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Farmer Consortium Chooses HRS to Pasteurise Digestate

January 25, 2016 | by
HRS 3 Tank Pasteurisation System (DPS) - Agri-Gen

A 5MW farmer-owned anaerobic digestion plant in Suffolk has chosen HRS Heat Exchangers to supply a new system to pasteurise its digestate; the valuable organic biofertiliser produced by the process. Agri-Gen, which is based near …

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No food loss with unique heat exchanger

January 1, 1970 | by

HRS Heat Exchangers is shining a light on a forgotten area of food wastage at this year’s Propak Asia (stand BN42) – food lost during cleaning cycles and production changes. The HRS R Series of …

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