We use cookies to personalize content, provide social media features and analyze traffic to our site. You give your consent to the use of cookies if you continue to use our websites. For more information, please read the page about our privacy policy.
Web Content Display
Web Content Display

Inertisation

Process description

In order to preserve raw material quality, containers and silos are rendered inert. In general, inerting is a process in which a reactive state is converted into a non-reactive or inert state by the addition of inert substances. In food processing this generally refers to the removal of oxygen from a container or silo.    

Messer solutions

For inertisation Messer uses nitrogen, carbon dioxide and seldom also argon.

Advantages:

  • Longer product life
  • Fire protection
  • Protection from dust explosions