Modern techniques to reduce Operating Expenses and Increase Efficiency
- 1 hour
Wine is a complex product constantly evolving from the moment the fermentation is complete right up to the time the cork is pulled. This complexity enables winemakers to deliver the individual appeal of each wine, however, this evolution can also lead to the formation of sediments and hazes that are not desirable in the final product.
- Common factors that affect filtration efficiency
- How overall operating expenses (OPEX) can be impacted by poor filtration efficiency
- IoT (The Internet of Things) – what it is and how they are being integrated into our lives already
- What the latest innovations from Pall can do to help you optimize your crossflow filtrations and reduce filtration OPEX
Country leader for ANZ
John Rearden is Pall Food and Beverage’s country leader for ANZ. He is having 20+ years of experience in Filteration (industrial and FB).
Global Marketing Manager, Wine & Spirits
Ian Rickard is Pall Food and Beverage’s Market Manager for the Wine and Spirits industries. He joined Pall in 2012. His background includes several years of cellar experience in wineries around the world. Like most people in the wine industry he started as a cellar-hand and over the years has developed a broad knowledge of winery systems derived from his own firsthand experiences.
Grew up in the Grape Growing and Winemaking region of Gisborne, New Zealand
Studied Winemaking and Viti at EIT in Gisborne. Have worked at wineries across New Zealand, Australia, USA and Canada. Prior to PALL Senior Winemaker for Oakover Wines in the Swan Valley, Western Australia
9 years winery equipment sales.
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