Webinar | Enhance sustainability and profitability in your palm oil mills with Alfa Laval’s oil recovery module and multiscrubber technologies
Running palm oil mills comes with challenges, and it is imperative that palm oil millers remain resilient and flexible in their business operations.
The webinar session will demonstrate how you can segregate CPO stream in palm oil processes for better food safety and profitability and how you can control the Particulate Matter in emissions with a simple and cost-effective solution. We are here to help you to lower your capital and operating cost while achieving sustainability in your business.
28 April 2022, Thursday
2.00pm - 3.00pm GMT+7 - Time in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam
3.00pm - 4.00pm GMT+8 - Time in Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines
In this free webinar, there'll be two sessions that will be interesting for palm oil mill operators.
Session I - Segregating CPO stream in palm oil mill process for better food safety and profitability
In this session, our speaker will introduce a Technical Oil Recovery Module to allow recovery of oil in the mixed liquor of empty fruit bunch (EFB) juice liquor, sterilizer condensate or POME, to enable the segregation of Technical Palm Oil from edible crude palm oil for better food safety and profitability.
Session II - Improve sustainability in palm oil mills by reducing Particulate Matter (PM) in flue gas
In this session, our expert will introduce you a reliable and affordable Alfa Laval Multiscrubber System to control the Particulate Matter (PM) in the emission and highlights on the trends and challenges of air pollution control in Palm Oil Mill.
About the speakers:
Ong Toon Wei
Ong Toon Wei graduated from University of Technology, Malaysia in Chemical Engineering and he also holds an MBA from University of Strathclyde. He has been with Alfa Laval for 12 years, and he is an expert in palm oil technologies and processes.
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Sellam Hmadouch received his Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. He is responsible for industrial air emission control markets for gas systems and has been with Alfa Laval for 3 years. Having developed new air emission control solutions and with more than a decade of experience in the industry, he is actively developing solutions to further improve air quality for the palm oil mill industry.
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Michael Phan graduated from Universiti Malaysia Sabah in Mechanical Engineering and he has been in the CPO industry for over 7 years focusing on separation equipment
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Who will benefit from this webinar:
• Business owners of palm oil mills
• Professionals working in palm oil industry