Pulsemaster designs, develops and produces pulsed electric field processing systems for the food industry. Principal aim of pulsed electric field (PEF) treatment or electroporation is either cell disintegration or microbial inactivation. Applied for cell disintegration purposes, electroporation leads to more efficient production processes for potato, vegetable, fruit and meat products. Applied on liquids and semi-liquids PEF can achieve a non-thermal food preservation while maintaining organoleptic and nutritional product quality and freshness.
Pulsemaster has many years of unique experience with pulsed power technology and electroporation in the food and beverage industry. The Dutch company has a production facility in Bladel, The Netherlands, and an office in Seattle/Bellevue, Washington for the North-American market.
pulsed electric field (PEF) processing, PEF treatment, electroporation, cell disintegration, cell permeabilization, food processing systems, potato processing systems, microbial inactivation, non-thermal food preservation, cell rupture, mass transport, pulsed electric field systems
The innovative Dutch company Pulsemaster combines years of unique experience with pulsed electric field processing. The production facility is located in Bladel, The Netherlands. Their highly skilled engineering experts have deep knowledge and industry experience in designing and building over 70 PEF systems since 2009 for a broad spectrum of applications and outputs in the food industry worldwide.
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