Five elements are necessary for a dust explosion: ignitable dust; suspension of the dust into a cloud (in sufficient concentration); confinement; oxidant (usually air); and ignition.
IDM Instruments has released a range of Universal Testing Machines, the Digital Line (DL). The Digital Line range will now replace the existing T model Universal Testing Machines for twin column testing machines.
Selecting filtration equipment is the combined result of many considerations. In addition to removing the undesirable material from a liquid stream, the filtration method selected must also satisfy other requirements
The dicing and strip cutting machine ARGON can reach a hourly capacity between 1500-2350 kg/ hr depending on product. The spacious 96 x 96 x 550 mm cutting chamber can accommodate high volume products, eliminating the task of cutting to size.
Food production involves more than just 'good taste', as economic efficiency also plays a major role. Manufacturing processes require a high degree of automation that makes it possible to maintain consistently high levels of quality
Sankyo Impactline Solids Flowmeters are suited to measuring most solids and powders, from sugar to iron ore. The Sankyo Impactline Flowmeter can measure from as little as 50 kg/h to 10,000 t/h with a high degree of resolution and stability.
Quadro have released their latest range, the Underdriven Comil. The Comil offers innovative technology for size reduction, deagglomeration, and dispersion of both wet and dry products. Quadro originated the conical screen mill concept and is widely used within the Food, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Process Industries. Typical applications include bulk density adjustment, scrap reclaim, delumping and size reduction.
Kronen offers new innovative German technology for the processing of fresh fruit, such as melons, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, kiwis, pineapples and apples. Kronen has a wide range of machines to suit most applications.
Demand for meat, poultry and seafood packaging in the US is projected to increase 4.0% annually to US$6.9 billion in 2009. About half of the gains will be attributable to an increase in meat, poultry and seafood production