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TREATMENT CHAMBERS

TREATMENT CHAMBERS

Co-field laboratory to industrial continuous treatment chambers, from DN10 to DN100, for liquids, mashes and musts, fitted with food grade stainless steel and nylon, for extraction and inactivation Pulsed Electric Field, PEF, applications, plug-and-play, with high-voltage interlock.

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EPULSUS®

EPULSUS®

The EPULSUS® is a registered trademark, from EnergyPulse Systems, Lda, of high performance pulse generators, based on semiconductor transformerless Marx generator topologies, proposed for industrial applications where the efficient use of energy, in the shape of precise repetitive energy pulses, is the optimal way to accomplish the best results.

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ECAPACITAS®

ECAPACITAS®

The ECAPACITAS® is a registered trademark, from EnergyPulse Systems, Lda, of high a robust power supply target to charge energy storing capacitors, designed to meet low RF noise and high efficiency requirements, both for laboratory or industrial operation needs.

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Phenoils project to test Olive oil extraction with Ultrasounds and Pulsed Electric Fields

September 26, 2022

Phenoils project to test Olive oil extraction with Ultrasounds and Pulsed Electric Fields

 

EVOO obtained with innovative extraction techniques will be compared with oils from conventional extraction technique.

Masterclasses and workshops will be carried out with the aim to increase project´s dissemination.

 

PHENOILS, European project of R&D, financially supported by EIT-FOOD, coordinated by Acesur, accompanied by a consortium of international entities: Instituto de la Grasa-CSIC (Centre for advanced scientific studies), University of Turin, Technological German centre of Fraunhofer and Portuguese company EnergyPulses Systems, enters its last annuity with the objective of consolidating the promising results obtained on previous years.

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Project Phenoils starts last anuity

July 5, 2022

PHENOILS PROJECT TO START FINAL ANUITY

PHENOILS PROJECT WILL TEST AT INDUSTRIAL SCALE TWO INNOVATIVE EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES FOR HEALTHIER EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

 

In this last project´s annuity, EnergyPulse Systems (Portugal), together with Acesur, CSIC-Instituto de la Grasa (Spain), Technological Germany centre Fraunhofer (Germany) and University of Turin (Italy), will carry out Industrial Scale trials, as last step of this project.

It is planned to conduct all extractive trials, with autochthonous olive cultivars from locations selected for the study, at the same way than previous annuities of the project.

PHENOILS project will continue to work in the development of new extraction technologies (Pulsed Electric Fields and Ultrasound) for the production of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), with high polyphenolic content, in a more sustainable and economic way. The EVOO produced will stand out due to its beneficial properties in health, providing preventive effects in some relevant diseases as diabetes, overweight or cardiovascular diseases, scientifically verified by several essays and studies published.

Full information obtained through annuities is being disseminated in diverse universities and technological centres, closed to producers, operators and students of Olive oil sector in RIS countries, in geographies linked to the sector as Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain. This last annuity will also address Croatia as a new point for dissemination of the project and used technologies.

PHENOILS project, promotes innovative extraction techniques to the Olive Oil sector, bringing innovation to the sector focus on quality and economic profitability of EVOOs processes.

 

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PHENOILS ends its second annuity successfully

February 21, 2022

PHENOILS ends its second annuity successfully after investigating new extraction technologies to produce Healthier Extra Virgin Olive Oils

This procedure obtains higher polyphenolic content in extra virgin olive oils, compounds responsible of its flavor and of benefits in health.

 PHENOILS has end its second annuity successfully, obtaining its main objective to find and test new extractive techniques to produce HPEVOOs, minor compounds responsible for the most benefits in health to the consumer.

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