What would a BrauBeviale be without an insight into the development forge of Steinecker? This one is all about sustainability. With Brewnomic, the Freising team has set the industry standard for some time in order to make the brewing process energy self-sufficient and CO2 neutral and offers various concepts for energy recovery, residue recycling or process water saving.
However, Steinecker does not only use its decades of expertise in process engineering for beer: Also products such as vegan alternatives to milk, meat or chocolate can be produced with the technology from Freising. At the BrauBeviale, Steinecker will show for the first time a bio reactor for the biotechnological production of alternative foods based on precision fermentation or biomass production with microalgae, fungi, microorganisms or other cell cultures.
At the BrauBeviale, Krones presents the latest generation of the well-known beverage mixing system Contiflow. The revised machine design includes an integrated syrup supply tank. On the one hand, syrup losses can be significantly minimised, an advantage that kicks in especially when the line and syrup room are not directly next to each other. On the other hand, depending on the tank concept, the change-over times can also be reduced, as the syrup of the next type can already be supplied in a second tank during ongoing production.
Another highlight on the Krones stand is the Modulfill HES. The glass filler for beer and CSD is showcased with numerous further developments and innovations, such as the new filling valve, which improves machine hygiene and process times during filling.
Of course, this was only a small glimpse of what Krones has in store in Hall 7A, Stand 510: With innovations from inspection technology, sustainable packaging solutions like LitePac Top or current projects from Kosme, KIC Krones and Evoguard, there are plenty more exciting solutions to discover.