Industrial Utility Efficiency    

Nitrogen Use in Food Processing & Packaging

 
bruceweltBruce Welt is a Professor in the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department at the University of Florida.
David ConnaughtonDavid Connaughton is the Product Manager of Industrial Gas Generation for Parker Hannifin Gas Separation and Filtration Division.

Join Keynote Speaker, Bruce Welt, Professor in the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department at the University of Florida. His presentation is titled “Applications for Nitrogen in Food Processing and Packaging.” Foods are comprised of energy rich organic molecules that are sensitive to oxidation.  Displacement of oxygen using nitrogen is one of the most common approaches to protecting foods during processing and within packaging. This presentation will cover key applications for nitrogen in food processing and packaging.

Our Sponsor Speaker is David Connaughton, Product Manager of Industrial Gas Generation for Parker Hannifin Gas Separation and Filtration Division, whose presentation is titled, “On Site Nitrogen Generation vs Delivered Nitrogen.” Most nitrogen is supplied by a third party gas company and manufactured at a factory. More and more users are choosing to reduce costs, improve the environment and take control of their nitrogen supply by making their own nitrogen. Learn how simple it is to install, operate and maintain a nitrogen generator at this informative presentation.

Receive 1.0 PDH Credit.

Thursday, September 14th, 2017 - 2:00 PM EST.

This is an interactive webinar, with the opportunity to ask questions before and during the live event. Questions specified for Bruce Welt and David Connaughton can be submitted to Clare@airbestpractices.com.

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