Managing Food Contamination Risk Through Steam Quality

Get access to the recorded webinar where you will learn the best processes and solutions for mitigating risks when using steam in your food and beverage manufacturing processes

In this recorded webinar Spirax Sarco steam experts, Neil Davies and Mike Skidmore  discuss the best processes and solutions for mitigating risks when using steam in your food and beverage manufacturing processes.  This webinar also covers:

Identifying where the potential risks are in your process.

Understanding the contamination risks.

Implementing best practices in your food process to reduce and eliminate contamination risks.

Neil and Mike will also share real-life success stories on how manufacturers have successfully managed risk.

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Neil Davies
Market Development Manager: Food and Beverage, Spirax Sarco, Inc. 

Neil Davies has over 24 years of experience working with steam systems in various capacities for Spirax Sarco, a global leader in steam system technology. Neil has worked in several engineering and business development roles and is currently Market Development Manager, Food and Beverage, for the US business operating company. During his time at Spirax Sarco he has worked with many different customers, in many industries, especially the food and beverage sector, helping processors identify steam system problems while improving their product quality, productivity, efficiency, reliability, and safety.

Neil has served as Chairman for the Secondary Pressure Drainers section at the Fluid Controls Institute (FCI) association of manufacturers and holds a patent for the “gas pressure driven pump having dual pump mechanisms”. Neil has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the West of England, and has an MBA from the University of Phoenix.



Mike Skidmore
Global Market Development Executive: Food and Beverage, Spirax Sarco 

Mike Skidmore has over 12 years of experience in steam system engineering with particular focus on applications for food and beverage manufacturers. Practical experience has seen Mike working with multi-national dairy, brewing and packaged food groups to identify product safety and quality risks associated with their site services, delivering projects to mitigate against these risks in future production. Based out of Cheltenham UK, Mike is responsible for the development of Spirax Sarco’s Food and Beverage specific solutions and holds a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Aston University.


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