Alfa Laval at PIPOC 2019 - Celebrating 50 years of continuous innovation in palm oil
2019 is a special year for Alfa Laval Malaysia as we celebrate both 50 years in Malaysia, as well as in palm oil. Since Alfa Laval's inception in Malaysia and eventually in the Southeast Asian region, we have truly immersed ourselves in meeting the needs of the region by building up wealth of expertise in supporting milling, refining, and fat modification demands – while keeping our Swedish roots of innovation, efficiency and sustainability. This International Palm Oil Congress (PIPOC 2019), we will share with you our latest innovation at stand no. 71 - 74. We hope to see you there.
- Launch of the largest Crude Palm Oil (CPO) decanter under PANX series in the market
- CPO washing for 3MCPDE mitigation in the mill
- Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) evaporation technology - POMEvap for environment-friendly and methane avoidance-compliant POME handling
- PalmFlex, a refining technology for premium oil with significantly lower GE and 3MCPDE
Meet the new PANX 800
With the introduction of Alfa Laval's new palm oil decanter centrifuge model, PANX 800, the PANX range is now suitable for every size of palm oil mill, from 30 to approximately 90 tons of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) per hour, and for a variety of crude palm oil applications.
Minimal downtime in high volume palm oil processing
Check out why Kilang Sawit Bukit Bandi insists on proactive service and maintenance in their 24/7 palm oil production.
Communication Business Partner, South East Asia
About Alfa Laval
Alfa Laval AB is a Swedish company founded in 1883 by Gustaf de Laval and Oscar Lamm. The company started with developing innovative technologies for the separation of liquids and solutions. Today, Alfa Laval’s products which are based on three key technologies of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling, play a key role in a number of industrial processes. Great emphasis is placed on helping its customers to treat effluent, reduce carbon emissions, as well as minimize water and energy consumption.
Alfa Laval first laid its footprints in the South East Asian region in 1969 via its first sales office in Malaysia. Through the decades, the company has significantly grown its sales and service presence to also cover Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam. Customers have come to rely on Alfa Laval for innovative, efficient and sustainable solutions in various Food, Water Treatment, Energy, and Marine applications. Service also makes up a large part of the business offerings, as evident from the 11 service centres that have been established in the region to ensure that customers are well supported from start to end.