Ragus Pure Sugars raises boilerhouse efficiency

By Rick Pendrous

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Ragus Pure Sugars raises boilerhouse efficiency

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Importer and manufacturer of sugar products, Ragus Pure Sugars, is celebrating a decade of continued carbon reductions, thanks to its partnership with a global steam specialist.

Ragus has invested in technology that helps to reduce water consumption in sugar manufacturing, while improving production and packaging efficiencies.

Since 2007, it has benefited from the support of Spirax Sarco’s service and maintenance programme, which has enhanced the operational efficiency of its boilerhouse and steam distribution network.

Over the past 10 years, energy costs have been cut dramatically,

while site safety has improved.

“Our manufacturing facility produces hundreds of tonnes of sugar and syrups each day using steam, so we heavily depend on the reliability of our equipment,”​ says Peter Eastick, md at Ragus.

“One of our main goals is to cut carbon emissions year-on-year, and we are strongly committed to sustainability – so it was always important for us to find a partner that could support our mission.”

Contact Spirax Sarco​ for more information.

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