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The Omega RDXL8 can perform integrated recording, profiling and archiving functions.
Mettler Toledo brings to market RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment) and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) compliant electrodes.
Omega's FMG600 Series electromagnetic flow meters have no moving parts and a PTFE lining which means they can handle applications involving wastewater, pulp, food, and slurries.
Omega's RHXL3SD Handheld Thermometer Hygrometer Data Logger comes with a temperature-humidity probe that is used to make the first three types of measurement. Surface temperature measurements are made using an optional Type K or J thermocouple.
The Micron-Pro cooking oil filter is engineered to pay for itself in oil savings within the first year at plants producing meatballs, potato chips, batter-breaded foods, and other products.
Laboratory and pilot plants had historically relied on more basic mixing gear. That's all about to change.
PacMoore's Blending & Mixing system designs are based on a thorough knowledge of the contract manufacturing industry and an understanding of our customers processing needs. The systems are designed and engineered for speed, precision, efficiency, versatility, and plant safety.
Maintenance is moving from preventive to predictive mode with condition monitoring, maintenance system upgrades and the promise of easier integration.
The Vermont House of Representatives approved H.112 on May 10. The bill will go to the senate next in fall 2013. If passed, the earliest the act could become law is January 2014.
Need to give your plant a facelift? Start with materials and designs that spell safety, cleanliness and a spankin new look.
California's Proposition 37 looks likely to ignite the GMO debate nationally.
In pursuing one niche of consumers, marketing expert John Stanton warns: be careful you don’t alienate others.
As CFO and CEO at Sara Lee, he engineered the company's split.
After two years of 20 percent increases, capital spending looks to be up only 4.1 percent this year.
As beverages get more complex, processing plants must deal with expensive, problematic ingredients.
Buhler Aeroglide announces a license agreement with Ronning Engineering Company.
Food processors are retrofitting aging facilities to get more out of their capital budgets. But heed these "rules of retro" before you bring your plant into the 21st century.
In-plant wastewater and odor treatment continues to migrate to a biological systems approaches.
In its first week online, more than 200 scientists, physicians and legal experts signed the European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility's group statement “No scientific consensus on GMO [genetically modified organism] safety.
The prospect of scientists creating meat in the lab has interesting implications, says Editor David Feder.
Nanotechnology's promises may be fulfilled earlier in the processing and packaging areas than in the ingredient realm, with improved filtration, new structural materials and sensors that detect pathogens.
Regardless of the product being made, conveyors move it through processing and packaging, and the conveyors used in food plants are being upgraded.
From agitation to AGVs to software, this old-school manufacturing process continues to evolve.
Fourth generation replaces Bob Urschel as CEO.