Date: Thursday, May 18, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 11:00 AM PT / 7:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Atlas Copco
Duration: 1 Hour
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Nobody wants product contamination and the resulting damage to brand and company reputations. Knowing how to choose among filtration options — for liquid, steam and air — will best guarantee the integrity of your end-product. This webinar will draw upon many real life examples from the food and beverage industry.
Topics covered include:
- How should I evaluate micron rating vs. material characteristics of filters?
- How can I audit that my current filters are correct and best for my purpose?
- How can the wrong filtration impact the taste?
- What can go wrong in process filtration?
- What are some of the other hidden costs of the wrong filtration?
Michael Lewis | Business Development Manager, Process Filtration Solutions | Atlas Copco Compressors
Michael Lewis is the Business Development Manager at Atlas Copco Compressors for Process Filtration Solutions. Michael has spent the last 20+ years working with customers across multiple industries to optimize their filtration solutions and find the right product for their application. Originally from the UK, when not working with industrial customers, Michael enjoys the great outdoors in Colorado where he is based, and traveling across the United States.
Dave Fusaro (Event Moderator) - Editor in Chief Food Processing
Dave Fusaro has been editor in chief of Food Processing since 2003. Before that, he was editor in chief of Dairy Foods and managing editor of Prepared Foods, so he’s been covering the food and beverage industry for 27 years. Dave has won national writing awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors for company profiles of Mars Inc., Heinz, Hormel and Nestle. He has been interviewed on CNN, quoted in national newspapers and authored a 200-page market research report on the milk industry. Earlier, he was an award-winning newspaper reporter who specialized in business writing. Dave holds a BA in journalism from Marquette University.