The Material Transformation People
Custom-configured process equipment and systems to handle nearly any material transformation imaginable.
At Bepex, we’re committed to improving the sustainability of our products and to helping you reach your sustainability goals. We’ve long been known as innovators in the material transformation world. With these four initiatives, we recognize our corporate commitment to and responsibility for broadening our vision to help our customers create a more sustainable future.
Food processing can be extremely resource intensive. For decades, Bepex has pioneered processing technologies that reduce water and energy use and cut emissions. Bepex innovation continues as we develop equipment to make processing alternative proteins and other foodstuffs more cost effective and sustainable.
Processing creates waste. But locked in that waste are opportunities to create additional value-added products. Bepex works with processors to find alternative uses for processing byproducts. That helps processors reduce their waste steam while contributing to their sustainability goals and bottom line.
Bepex helps manufacturers find new, more sustainable, sources for their basic product ingredients and components. From modified starches to plant-based plastics, we work with our customers to develop production processes to produce feedstocks that are more biodegradable, renewable or recyclable.
Bepex designs its equipment for minimal operational and environmental impact. Now we’re also working with innovative partners to develop new, sustainable alternative energy technologies. From alternative biofuels to EV battery components and recycling, Bepex expertise helps companies develop and scale production processes for products that support reducing non-renewable energy consumption.
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We offer the industry’s broadest lines of thermal processing, size reduction, and agglomeration systems. All proven in tough processing applications. All custom configurable for your needs.
Bepex systems are ROI friendly. Built to use less utilities. Take less floorspace. Make cleaning and changeovers easy. That means less op ex and better cap ex. You’ll love our performance. So will your CFO.
You’re not buying equipment; you’re buying a solution. From quick evaluation of your existing process to prototyping solutions to leveraging us for toll production while you ramp up, we’re here to solve processing challenges together, not just sell processing machines.
Take the guess work out of development. Our Process Development Center works with you to analyze, design, quantify, prototype, and scale solutions to meet your processing challenges. And we guarantee the results.
Solutions need space to develop. Our Process Development Center is a 25,000 square foot, multi-level, multi-test bay R&D facility and lab staffed with experienced technicians, engineers, project management experts, chemists, mechanics, and more.
We get it: Time is not on your side. That’s why we specialize in fast, accurate, responses. To questions. To samples. To flow sheets. To whatever you need to make decisions and deliver on your timeframe.
Implementation and start up is a team sport. We’re there with you. Our team of field service technicians, control engineers, and application specialists are on-site to provide start-up assistance; working to get your new system, processes, and workflows up and performing.
No matter how good we build it or how well you maintain it, stuff breaks. At some point, you’ll experience unexpected downtime due to mechanical failure. We support more than 5,000 customers – some with equipment that’s many decades old. From OEM parts, to rebuilds, to routine maintenance, to repair pros ready to jump on a plane today, we’ve got you covered.
Batch processing has challenges. And it’s tough to scale. Continuous processing multiplies those challenges…unless you know what you are doing. We support customers transforming and scaling their operations from batch to continuous operations. If you think that just involves finding someone to sell you equipment; you’re not ready to make the move.