Our recent join with Pneu Powder Systems (the Asia-Pacific industry leader) provides a greatly expanded base of knowledge, expertise and experience in the material handling of granular and powder ingredients in the food processing industry.
We now offer specialisation in food processing to the same level we provide in aviation, mining, manufacturing and transport.
As an industry system integrator, Pneuvay can now provide complete solutions and deliver:
Systems within a granular and powder food processing plant
We have a combined portfolio of many large to multinational companies including:
Asia-Pacific and Middle East
Our engineering group has successfully installed many bulk storage systems in biscuit manufacturing plants. The storage system must be integrated into several distinct processes and support nearby complementary systems in the processing stage.
As this case study is comprehensive and detailed, we have broken up on the following section:
Our engineering group has successfully installed many bulk storage systems in biscuit manufacturing plants. The storage system must be integrated into several distinct processes and support nearby complementary systems in the processing stage. Read on for more details on this sophisticated project
The integration of powder handling systems within and between operational stages of food processing plants is demanding and complicated engineering work. These projects always have a specific set of unique requirements that make for challenges. Read on to find out more on the successful expansion of bread and bun plant example by our engineering group.
At a glance the solution seemed simple for this project as it appeared we could integrate additional flour powder handling systems to the existing storage silo system. However, an unseen complication arose that would make the best fit solution much more complex than first anticipated. Read on more about the installation of an additional bread line for bread plant by our engineering group.
An industrial bakery required the sequentially installation of a bread line within their existing building. Each new production line was to be added every two years. See how our engineering group successfully completed this project.
This project involved a food processing plant that required a custom unit to cool the cocoa cakes from the cocoa press. The cocoa cakes leave the press at 90 to 100 degrees Celsius and need to be cooled to less than 40 degrees Celsius for storage. Find out more.
We are now able to design, customise and supply all major types of equipment used in powder handling systems. Since joining the Pneu Powders Systems Group, we have a focus on expanding into the powder handling systems, especially for the food industry. Find out the details.
As Pneuvay is now part of the Pneu Powders Systems Group, we are now able to design, customise and supply all major types of components used in pneumatic conveying and powder handling systems. Find out the details.
Our head office is in Australia but we now have access to offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Our coverage area for providing system integration for material handling of granular and powder ingredients in the food processing industry has increased to cover Asia-Pacific and Middle East as well as Australia.
Expanded coverage area for system integration
in the food processing industry
Pneuvay greatly expanded its international coverage and increased its domestic service delivery by joining the Pneu Powders Systems Group. Read more
An overview of granular and powder handling systems for food processing plants in Australia. We wish to clearly demonstrate our experience and expertise in this sophisticated industry sector. Read more here
Do you know the difference between mixing and blending in the food processing plants? Read on to find out the answer is not so obvious! Read on here
Learn about the modular structure for material handling flow and how it is used to understand how granular and powder food processing plants work, what they do and how best they should be developed. Read on here