IPPE is the world’s Largest Trade Show for Poultry, Meat and Feed Industry, bringing together more than 1,300 exhibitors and 32,000 visitors in Atlanta, Georgia. Focusing on new innovations, IPPE is an opportunity to see demonstrations of new and emerging technologies that will impact the production and processing industry in the future.
During the exhibition we will be doing a TECHTalk entitled Measuring and Mitigating PAA in On-Site Poultry Wastewater Treatment. TECHTalks are free to attend 20 minute technical presentations covering a wide range of topics critical to the poultry industry for today and tomorrow, to view the full schedule click here. Our presentation will explore the challenges faced by poultry water treatment facilities receiving wastewater streams with increasing levels of peracetic acid (PAA). We will evaluate case studies and discuss how improved accuracy in measurement of PAA can lead to significant cost, efficiency and environmental gains. If you’re attending the exhibition come along to our TECHTalk on Tuesday 28th, 1:50pm at booth C9249.
As part of this presentation we will be showcasing our latest innovation, Kemio. Kemio is our next generation measurement platform, which tests for Peracetic Acid (PAA), Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide and Chlorite on one instrument. A truly simple test method, Kemio is a compact and durable instrument which can be used inside your manufacturing facility. Designed to improve safety and traceability, our instrument automatically stores all results for a fully digital and auditable data log.
To find out more about how Kemio technology helps to generate cost and time efficiencies whilst ensuring effective food safety come visit us at Booth B7415, attend our TECHTalk, or contact our team.
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