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Industrial Control Inc., Zeeland, Mich., has developed an adaptable, high-speed 3D vision system to detect defective parts in existing systems in the thermoforming industry.
HRS launched a new scraped surface heat exchanger called the HRS-Rotex.
Flexicon has introduced a new vacuum receiver with a pneumatically actuated dump valve for dilute phase pneumatic conveying systems. Constructed of stainless steel, the vacuum receiver features a rugged, clamp-together design that facilitates rapid, tool-free disassembly for filter cleaning and maintenance.
Dairy Foods invited leading suppliers of pumps and valves to talk about new innovations, cost cutting and best practices in dairy processing facilities. Here’s what they had to say about selecting the best pumps and valves in our virtual roundtable.
50 years ago a lightweight, handled plastic milk jug made its debut. Today, equipment makers continue to innovate in blow molding.
MAER SA launched its NTN trimmer-combiner mono-block system for reliable trimming, handling and transporting high productions of tandem neck-to-neck manufactured bottles (like drinkable yogurt bottles).
Admix introduces the next generation Rotosolver II, an energy-saving high-shear mixer.
The time and temperature used to pasteurize raw milk affects the taste. Upkeep and maintenance affect the durability and lifetime of equipment. Vendors share their best practice recommendations.
Available On-Demand A new method of double bacterial removal allows dairies to extend the shelf life of milk to more than 30 days without sacrificing quality or nutritional content. The process, known as GEA Westfalia Separator prolong, eliminates ...Read More