The Noshok 20, 25 and 30 series of intelligent pressure and level transmitters is designed to address the specific requirements of the food and beverage industry.
As no two industrial processes or production lines are the same, bespoke equipment can often be a more cost-effective option for customised processes.
Traditional odour control systems involve a biological or chemical process whereby odorous compounds are broken down by a form of oxidation.
EXAIR's Atomizing Spray Nozzles atomise fluids in a range of spray patterns for a variety of uses, including washing, rinsing, coating, cooling, quenching, wetting (moistening), humidification and dust control.
The Kraus & Naimer 6S Series of stainless steel enclosures provide protection for vital switchgear with the same footprint as plastic versions.
When static is a problem on moving webs, sheet stock, three-dimensional parts, extrusions or packaging, EXAIR Gen4 Static Eliminators (also called ionisers) can eliminate the charge.
The Hydroflux HyDAF-HDV Dissolved Air Flotation system has been specifically designed for applications where floatable suspended solids and FOG are combined with heavy solids or sand and grit which will rapidly fill and block a flat-bottomed DAF.
The Bürkert Type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is suitable for measurement and control as well dosing processes.
Atlas Copco has had its vacuum pumps checked for traces of oil by TÜV Rheinland in accordance with the ISO 8573-1 standard.
Creamery in the UK invests in an energy-efficient MasoSine Certa sinusoidal pump to facilitate gentle, low-shear handling of its pouring cream.
The FABS-915AP food-grade stainless steel panel computer is housed in a fanless aluminium enclosure with a 304 or optional 316 grade stainless steel bezel that provides IP66/IP69K front panel protection.
APS Industrial is now offering the Siemens SIRIUS ACT range of push-buttons and signalling devices.
J.L.Lennard has been appointed as the Australian agent for food processing machinery suppliers Stephan Machinery.
Carboor Farms has received $200,000 from the Victorian Government for new equipment and facilities to dry, grade and crack hazelnuts for further value-add processing.