|By PR Newswire||
|August 6, 2014 10:22 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SurePure, Inc. (OTCBB: SURP), a global leader in liquid Photopurification, is pleased to report that its proprietary Photopurification technology has been acquired by a third brewery within SAB Miller. The brewery is located is Gabarone, Botswana. The other SAB facilities currently using SurePure's Photopurification technology are located in Johannesburg and Pretoria, South Africa.
The combination of SAB Miller's determination to reduce energy consumption and SurePure's commitment to continued research into brewing applications has yielded measurable energy, cost and throughput benefits through the application of the SurePure UV Photopurification technology as an innovative process alternative for treatment of process water in the brewing process.
The cost savings arises from the use of UV light energy by Photopurification technology, as opposed to heat to prevent microbial spoilage.
SurePure is a global leader in liquid Photopurification, the green alternative to pasteurisation and chemicals. Using its patented 'Turbulator' technology, SurePure systems use UV-C light to purify microbiologically sensitive liquids such as wine, fruit juice and milk.
Although designed to deliver food-grade solutions, it can also be harnessed to improve processing liquids such as water, brines and sugar syrup solutions, even animal blood plasma.
SurePure's technology offers greater microbiological efficacy than conventional UV systems and is effective for both clear and turbid liquids, a world first.
SurePure offers a greener alternative to comparable heat or chemical-based processes and significant process and energy savings. It also provides opportunities for the development of innovative and differentiated products with desired consumer benefits, guaranteed food safety and sound commercial benefits.
Go to www.surepureinc.com for more information.
SOURCE SurePure, Inc.
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