Hot Water Recovery
AWPI’s hot water recovery system uses a patented .04 micron silicon carbide filter system to remove suspended solids and pathogens from the raw water source and return it to the process.
FSIS System Approval
The Risk and Innovations Management Division (RIMD) of the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has recognized the American Water Purification Inc. (AWPI) Hot Water Reuse System (HWRS) as technology permitted to be used in federally inspected establishments. AWPI has incorporated procedures for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) of pathogen removal and written Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for sanitation as an on-going basis for its effectiveness as provided for under 9 CFR 416.2 (g) (3).
Reduce Energy Costs
Our system recovers all of the heat energy in the raw water source allowing the clean water to be returned to the process for reuse.
Reduce Chemical Costs
The AWPI system does not remove chemical solutions that have been added to the hot water process as pH adjusters or sanitizers, eliminating the need to replace these chemicals for reuse.
Computer Control System
If there’s a problem with the system, the computer alerts your technician and supervisory personnel, via Internet, from anywhere you have access to the Internet (see Figs. 1 and 2). System trends and events are recorded for trackability of best practices. The system is self cleaning, initiating back flushes when needed.
Fig. 1 Poultry Hot water system control screen for factory floor operator
Fig. 2 Poultry hot water system remote operator control screen
Improve Product Quality
The HWRS can be regulated to control water temperature for efficient operation. It also manages overflow rates for maximum control and elimination of E-Coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter.
Fast and Economical Installation
Most AWPI installations can be done over a weekend, with very little hardware footprint required inside the facility. Inner-connect costs pay for themselves within a few months.
Patent Number: 8,221,617
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Hot Water Reuse Case Study