Solex joins Nippon Beet Sugar in bringing indirect solids cooling technology to Japanese market

Application of cooling technology showcases Solex experience in sugar applications

Solex Thermal Science, along with its agent Correns Corporation, is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Nippon Beet Sugar Manufacturing Co. that will see the first application of Solex’s globally recognized sugar cooling technology in the Japanese market.

 The proprietary indirect cooling technology will be used to ensure that sugar produced at Nippon’s factory in Bihoro, Hokkaido will meet the requirements to be free flowing through the storage, packaging and transportation process.

“Solex is proud to be able to play a part in improving the efficiency and reliability of Nippon’s manufacturing processes. Controlling the temperature of the sugar at the end of the process is an important factor that guarantees a high-quality final product,” says Jean-Marc Reichling, Global Sales Director with Solex Thermal Science.

“This collaboration with Nippon wouldn’t have been possible without Correns. They are instrumental in our ongoing efforts to expand the scope of Solex’s solutions within the Asia-Pacific market.”

Nippon Beet Sugar processes beets into high quality sugar for domestic consumption. The company has a long history of providing food ingredients to the Japanese market, and is regarded as a top beet sugar producer for the region.

Solex has been heavily invested within the world’s sugar industry for more than 30 years. The company’s sugar cooling technology has been used for refined beet and cane sugar, as well as amorphous and raw sugar, in nearly every major sugar-producing region around the globe.

Solex is the global market leader and developer of high-efficiency, indirect heat exchange technology for the heating, cooling and drying of free-flowing granular materials such as solid granules, pellets, beans, seeds and particles.

Over the past 30 years, the Canadian-headquartered company has installed more than 800 advanced heat exchangers in more than 50 countries worldwide with applications such as fertilizer, oilseeds and industrial materials such as foundry sand, polymers and minerals.

Visit www.solexthermal.com for more information.


This entry was posted in Sugar and tagged Cooling and last updated on October 28, 2021


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