Webinar: Hygienic Design and Valve Manifolds

Sponsored by: Burkert

Focused on:

  • Design
  • Innovation
  • Valve
  • Yield

Date: 11 December

1808

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Valve manifolds following hygienic design guidelines result in higher process yields.

In a modern processing plant, higher yield is important for today and in preparation for the future.

The minimum foot print, the maximum clean ability and the optimum process flexibility are important topics to get a higher process yield.

Finding new and efficient solutions to answer the above challenges is ever more an issue, as process plant professionals are tasked to increase output whilst reducing waste, energy and down-time.
Manifold solutions improve higher yield but different levels of manifolds can be made, demanding a higher level of attention regarding the individual needs of a particular application, plant standards and operators. In today’s modern hygienic plants recommendations and guidelines have more and more influence, due to the number of options available to a user.

This Webinar reviews these options in combination with the above statements and explores how the choices and applications will affect overall plant efficiency.

If you are involved in any of these topics please join us.

Presented by

John van Loon,

Segment Manager, Hygienic Processing

John van Loon has been responsible for hygienic processing segment in the Benelux for 6 years and recently joined the global segment team. John has over 18 years experience in the field of hygienic design in Food and Beverage, Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical and Biotech industry.

With practical experience finding process solutions for customer needs in combination with knowledge on components and equipment destined for hygienic processing, together with the more and more stringent guidelines and compliance he brings value and solutions to users on an international level.

Marc Klingler,

Segment Manager, Hygienic Processing

Marc Klingler is Bürkert’s global expert in Hygienic Processing and has vast experience in all applications covering Food and Beverage, pharmaceutical and biotech industry.

As a graduate of fluidic mechanics and nearly 20 years’ experience Marc has more recently been contributing to regulatory groups such as EHEDG, ASME BPE and ISPE as a participant and member of these communities.

Working from Burkert s factory in France Marc gained experience in production of equipment and components destined for use in Hygienic processing, he now uses this experience in combination with today's stringent guidelines and compliance needs to bring value and solutions to users on an international level.

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Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn about solutions that exist in reducing waste, energy and down time.
  • Learn about guidelines and recommendations required to build a valve manifold.
  • Discover the different possibilities of a valve manifold.
  • Learn about a new diaphragm valve manifold principle.

Audience

  • CEO/President/Chairman/Executive Director
  • Engineering
  • Design Engineers
  • Operators
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Plant Managers