Dieser Aussteller zeigt folgende Produktgruppen und Produkte:
Fleisch, Geflügel, Fisch, Wurst
Milch- und Molkereiprodukte
Öl, Fett, Margarine
Dieser Aussteller bedient folgende Ziel- und Absatzmärkte:
Naher & Mittlerer Osten
The Pieralisi Group is an integrated business system oriented towards the global market, with a great capacity for innovation.
The origins of the group go back to the distant 1888. The group today includes nineteen foreign-based companies, strategically located in Italy, Spain, Greece, Germany, Netherlands, USA, Brazil, China, Tunisia, Russia and France. Working in synergy with the headquarters in Jesi (Italy), they generate turnover in excess of € 100 million, with a workforce of over 600 people. Thanks to its widespread network of agents, service centres and spare-parts stores, Pieralisi Group is truly worldwide and close to its over 26,000 customers, with its specific know-how for every specific market, country and sector of operation. Great attention to the needs of a wide-ranging international customer base has led Pieralisi to dedicate human resources and specific technology to the needs of each and every customer.
The Pieralisi Group provides state-of-the-art solutions in the separation processes with the use of centrifugal force both in the olive oil and in the industrial sector.
In the industrial sector, Pieralisi’s decanters and separators, are placed on a large variety of application fields with a wide range of flow rates such as: Environmental, Chemical, Recycling, Oleo-Chemical, Mineral Fuel and Lube Oils, Animal-Based Products, Food and Beverage, Vegetable and Animal Milk Products.
The Pieralisi Group’s commitment for a sustainable development is achieved through the planning, the improvement and constant updating of an integrated business management system, certified in accordance with the UNI EN ISO 9001 standards and inspired by the UNI EN ISO 9004 standards.
All machines are designed and manufactured following strict quality and safety standards, ensuring compliance with the main directives: Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC, Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC, ATEX Directive 94/9/CE, UL Regulations.
Pieralisi Group provides state-of-the-art solutions in the separation processes with the use of centrifugal force for food applications.
The new technology of CPA decanters (Centripetal Adjusting Pump) can be used where a liquid must be separated from solids/fibers. It is a machine for the food industry suitable for the clarification of fruit and vegetable juices, vegetable drinks (made with soya, rice, oat, etc.) and vegetable protein isolation (soya, peas, etc.)
Pieralisi Group has developed this special device that allows to discharge the clarified liquid from the bowl. The use of the centripetal pump, integrated in the decanter liquid side terminal, permits to have the clarified liquid outlet under pressure, minimizing the contact with the air and the consequent oxidation phenomena or foam formation. Another specific advantage of the centripetal pump is to allow the continuous regulation of liquid exit level during operation; this option bestows to the decanter a great versatility, which results essential of an optimal management of the performances mainly in the presence of products with variable concentrations and characteristics. The centripetal pump uniqueness and peculiarities make Pieralisi’s CPA decanters particularly fit for the food industry, above all in the beverage sector. Pieralisi’s CPA centrifuges are available in both 2 or 3 phases version.
Pieralisi centrifuges (both decanters and separators) are provided with a reliable and efficient CIP washing system (Clean in Place) that is automatically run from the control panel and can be set depending on every single process need. Two specific washing sequences are automatically started and handled by the control panel at the end of every operation or in case of necessity. A number of dedicated solenoid valves, conveniently installed in the washing circuit, allows to feed the washing liquid in various points, both inside the rotating assembly and in its external part, between bowl and case.