Sugar production begins with the sugar beet harvest – it usually starts in mid-September and lasts 80 to 110 days. During this period, production needs to run as smoothly as possible so as not to bring the entire sugar production process to a standstill. And in case of a failure, service and spare parts must be available promptly.
Sugar production comprises a wide range of different fluid handling processes including pumping the cossette/juice mixture to the extraction tower and transporting sugar crystals dissolved in water. These complex processes require individual system solutions, and above all advanced products featuring optimised technology.