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Posts written by Matt Hale

Matt is a graduate of the Ashridge Business Schools’ Sales and Marketing program has over 30 years’ experience in process engineering in all the sectors HRS are active in, he started in CAD design but soon found a taste for sales and marketing. He has held several managerial positions in a multinational company within related industries.

Considerations for Effective Cleaning-In-Place (CIP) Systems

December 5, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by
Clean in Place System

The production of safe food and drink products is of paramount importance to producers and maintaining hygienic – in some cases sterile – production environments and equipment is a key requirement for modern food processing …

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Continuous Processing more Efficient than Dealing with Batches

November 28, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

Products such as mechanically separated meat (MSM) and meat emulsions are commonly used in a wide range of products including sausages, chicken nuggets, patties and some minced meats. Around the world there are strict rules, …

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Can the UK meet its AD potential?

November 9, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

The UK has almost 730 operational anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, with a capacity of more than 2,800 MW of biogas for use as renewable heat, electricity or biomethane (green gas)¹. However, we believe that the …

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HRS Takes just FIVE Days to Complete Heat Exchanger Conversion Project

October 24, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

More than 40-years’ experience, combined with great teamwork, paid off earlier this year when HRS Heat Exchangers met an extremely tight deadline to convert an existing heat exchanger for a key client. The project involved …

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The Right Recipe for Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers

October 17, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

While corrugated tube heat exchangers are excellent for many food industry applications, some more challenging processes – such as pasteurising or cooling thick, viscous products like creams, sauces and even meat products – require a …

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Creating Value from Livestock Waste

September 12, 2023 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

Livestock manure is a significant source of organic waste materials. Although accurate figures are harder to come by (and vary significantly by region, the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) …

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