A major European brewer was facing the challenge of unreliable water treatment equipment affecting the quality of their end product.
In addition, they also needed better service and support from their current equipment provider, making it difficult for them to maintain consistent operations. As a result, they turned to Scotmas, a trusted provider of high-quality and reliable water treatment solutions, to address their challenges.
With Scotmas’ expertise and support, the brewer achieved the consistent and reliable service they were seeking, helping them maintain their reputation as a premium beer producer.
Based in an area believed to be one of the first locations in Europe where beer fermentation took place, possibly more than a thousand years ago, what started out as a small craft brewery has grown rapidly into one of the most technologically advanced brewing and bottling facilities in the world.
The new water treatment system was designed primarily for beer bottle washing, but also for other downstream process applications, had to be competitively priced, and also include all necessary monitoring of residuals and disinfection by products. Odour control was an obvious top priority for system design.
Rather than buying a Chlorine Dioxide Generator, the brewery were seeking suppliers who could provide a full package, including equipment, servicing, technical support and chemical supply. This would release a huge amount of staff resource from the testing, problem solving, and supplier contact that were inherent with the previous system.
Our Engineers specified the Bravo MX Chlorine Dioxide Generator, with chlorite monitoring. Scotmas’ water jacketed technology gave the Bravo MX a distinct advantage over competitive products, precise measurement of chlorine dioxide and chlorite species using highly reliable amperometric technology gave the customer the certainty they needed in adopting the Bravo MX.
The service package was bespoke designed to fit the system and has been highly effective in minimising the customer input