StockPot Soup Company Chooses Tri-Mer Packed Tower System


Courtesy of Tri-Mer Corporation

StockPot, a Campbell's Soup subsidiary, makes premium soups, sauces, chilies and marinades for the foodservice industry.

To control odors from the cooking of meats, onions and other ingredients, StockPot purchased a Tri-Mer 40,000 cfm packed bed scrubber. Tri-Mer packed towers are well-suited to the foods and flavors industries and perform at efficiencies of 99% and higher.  They are ideal for odors that are detectable below 1 ppm.  And, where needed, they can  simultaneously handle particulate as well.   

Most Tri-Mer systems have a dual tower design, with packing depth determined by odor composition and the efficiency specified.  Systems are engineered for maximum flexibility: if a process changes, a change of feed chemical is generally all that’s required. 

The ease with which Tri-Mer systems can be modified to accommodate new conditions is one reason why Tri-Mer systems are among the most widely-specified in the world for the control of odors from food processing, as well as chemical manufacturing, industrial processes and municipal sources.

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