Chart Industries, Inc. is continuing its successful deployment of liquid nitrogen dosing products for nitro beverages.
In the ever-developing food and beverage industry, liquid nitrogen – a cryogenic liquid – continues to be a popular and quirky idea used to grab consumers’ attention. Cocktails, ice cream, nitro-popcorn and Dragon’s Breath are just some applications for the liquid nitrogen in the industry.
Looking at what has been achieved over the past quarter of a century, it is hard not to be impressed by A-Gas and how rapidly its operations have grown from its beginnings in Bristol, UK, to a dominant force in the refrigerants market, on a global scale.
Air Products has unveiled its new Freshline® EAF tunnel freezer, the latest addition to its Freshline® solutions portfolio.
AMETEK MOCON, a provider of package testing instruments and services, has launched two new analytical instruments – the Dansensor LeakPointer 3 and the LeakPointer 3+ – to detect leaks in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) packages.
Air Products will showcase its latest innovations in cryogenic technology and equipment for poultry and meat productions at the International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, Georgia, from 12th-14th February.
The food and beverage industry has enjoyed the benefits of using industrial gases and technologies for decades, improving food quality, preservation and safety in increasingly intricate ways. This In Focus… will explore three key applications in the food and beverage sector and the latest trends shaping them.
Global demand for dry ice could be met by using more than half of the CO2 that is used today, explains a perspective from Aquila Triventek.
Despite ISO being instrumental in standardising much of the equipment we use in the gases industry today, sometimes it takes a fresh pair of eyes from outside the industry to indicate where gaps exist.
Protecting carbonated beverages from carbon dioxide contamination, an insight from Gary Robson, Head of Sales – Beverage for Unisensor GmbH and Managing Director of Sure Purity Ltd.
Stephen B. Harrison explains why CO2 for crop growth is good for the environment, and good for business.
Climeworks is moving the needle on CO2 capture, writes Rob Cockerill in an interview with Christoph Gebald and Louise Charles.