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Busch Vacuum Solutions will be at IFFA 2022

Source:Busch Vacuum Solutions     Date:2022-04-13
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From May 14 to 19, 2022, Busch Vacuum Solutions will be showcasing its latest vacuum technologies for the processing and packaging of meat and alternative proteins at IFFA  in Frankfurt am Main. For the first time, the meeting place for the global meat industry is once again focusing on the face-to-face encounter of the industry, and Busch will welcome visitors to its booth (hall 11.0 at booth B21) with energy-efficient, sustainable and innovative vacuum solutions. Vacuum systems from Busch enable energy savings of up to 70%.


In addition to modular solutions, Busch primarily offers individual vacuum supplies. These are optimally adapted to the customer's needs. In combination with customized service packages, an efficient and safe vacuum supply can thus be ensured. Rising energy prices in particular are placing an ever greater financial burden on processing companies. As a result, the requirements placed on vacuum technology are also changing in the long term.

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Busch welcomes visitors to its booth at hall 11.0 at booth B21; the image shows a centralisation of the vacuum supply


The use of energy-efficient vacuum technology in food processing and packaging can be associated with high potential savings and is even subsidized by the German Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). Centralizing the vacuum supply enables additional savings potential in the food industry, as the high energy costs for cooling production can be reduced by reducing waste heat, for example. At IFFA, Busch will be demonstrating its efficient solutions, which can achieve energy savings of up to 70 percent. There will be a presentation on this topic by Busch's vacuum experts at the IFFA Forum 2022 on May 18, 2022 at 4:00 pm.



Technology is constantly evolving and so Busch is also always working on the future of vacuum. The COBRA PLUS will be on display at IFFA, an intelligent low-maintenance screw vacuum pump that is ready for Industry 4.0 with remote control, status monitoring and communication protocols. The OTTO digital service innovation will be presented for the first time at IFFA. These intelligent IoT solutions combine condition monitoring of vacuum pumps with attractive service packages, ensuring that production downtimes can be sustainably reduced.


Low maintenance

Dry vacuum technologies stand out as being particularly low-maintenance. The dry and contact-free operating principle enables virtually maintenance-free operation. Above all, the use of these vacuum generators enables low life cycle costs, as the expenditure for regular maintenance is very low. With MINK claw vacuum pumps and COBRA screw vacuum pumps, Busch has two technologies in its portfolio that are ideally suited for use in the food industry.


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