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Precision Steam Control Valves for Superior Food Processing

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Importance of accurate steam control in food processing

Have you ever thought about how steam is used in the food processing industry? Take a look at this article from Jordan Valve. They discuss types of steam used in the food industry, how steam is used, and why accuracy is so important. In addition they share a couple of case studies; one about rapid steam control for smokehouse temperature control, and another about wide range steam control for steam peeling fruit and vegetables. Our process solutions group has been working with Jordan Valve for years and can help your team determine which products and solutions are best for your operation.  Read the article from Jordan Valve.

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