Paxton understands airflow. The company earned its stripes in the racing industry, engineering high-performance superchargers. And what’s a supercharger? An air compressor that increases the pressure or density of air supplied to an engine. Today, Cincinnati-based Paxton Products produces a wide variety of awesome sounding airflow equipment. Air knife systems. Air halos. Spyder manifolds. But when it comes to craft brewing, it’s Paxton’s ionized air rinsing and drying equipment that’s become critical for packaging during the pandemic.
These ionized air rinsers and drying equipment create negative ions that attach to positively charged particles on cans and bottles (like dust or pollen) to help clean them. Paxton’s Ionized Air Rinsing Systems remove particulates, dust and contaminants using powerful ionization coupled with Paxton’s centrifugal blowers and air delivery systems. Its Ionizing Bottle Rinser eliminates the need for water rinsing and/or air rinsing using compressed air. Same thing: Paxton’s Ionizing Can Rinser improves sustainability in canning operations by eliminating the need for water rinsing and/or air rinsing using compressed air.
To learn more about these cool products, I highly suggest you attend Paxton Products’ webinar on the topic — Air Rinsing and Drying containers for the Craft Brew industry — on May 14 at 1 p.m. EST. Ideal for manufacturing and maintenance managers, though brewery owner/operators or purchasers are welcome to attend, this webinar will help anyone gain a better understanding of how to achieve flawless drying or air rinsing while generating energy savings by reducing compressed air usage and improving sustainability due to eliminating water rinsing. Topics will range from air rinsing both bottles and cans to different drying techniques (tops and sides or prior to labeling or date coding).
Sign up right here! Attendees will be able to participate and ask questions at the end of the webinar, and the presentation will be organized through the Zoom application.