JBT will be outlining practical solutions for heat recovery and conservation for customers in South East Asia using JBT batch retorts and other systems at an upcoming seminar to be held in Bangkok, Thailand. The 4th South East Asia Technical Outreach Seminar, organized by the Institute for Thermal Processing Specialists (IFTPS), will be staged at the Holiday Inn Bangkok from November 28-29, with two JBT specialists confirmed as speakers.
Designed for thermal process specialists, the IFTPS technical seminar is targeted towards food processors in South East Asia that require effective aseptic or sterilization of their food products.
For its part, JBT, which is co-hosting the event alongside the IFTPS and the National Food Institute Thailand (NFI), will use the occasion to deliver talks on how to improve heat usage during product sterilization and processing.
Jo Suys, from JBT’s operation in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium, will detail how to improve heat recovery with batch retorts, while Jacques Bichier, from JBT’s Madera, California offices, will examine considerations when it comes to processing products that exhibit broken heating behavior.
Patrick Tan, JBT’s Regional Director for Asia Pacific, said: “With the complete range of batch and continuous sterilization systems available from JBT, this event will enhance the image of JBT to food and beverage processors globally.”
Demonstrations of JBT software, including NumeriCAL, AseptiCAL, and TunaCAL, will be available on request during the South East Asia Technical Outreach Seminar.