Sartorius Observer metal detector

20 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Sartorius Australia Pty Ltd

The Sartorius Observer metal detector is equipped with specially designed sensors based on magnetic field measuring technology.

Food industry gripper

20 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

Claimed to be the first of its kind in grippers, the Schunk model LMG-64 stainless steel device answers the challenge for automation technology in the food processing industry.

Production process control

20 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

The ScanPlant IT-system enables users to achieve full control over production processes, identify problems before they escalate, track and trace every item and manage stock etc.

Degradable bread bags

15 September, 2004

The Co-op in the UK is using its loaf with the announcement that it is launching 100% degradable plastic bread wrappers.

Evaluation of handwashing efficiency

06 September, 2004 by Dr Nerys Bennion, Snr Project Scientist, Biotrace International | Supplied by: Foss Pacific Pty Ltd

The importance of handwashing in preventing the spread of infection is well documented particularly in the healthcare sector, but there is also a growing awareness of its relevance to food handlers

Metalmorphosis: the changing face of metal detection

06 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Inspection Systems Pty Ltd

Recent developments in metal detection technology have made this quality-control process an increasingly important safeguard against contaminant food scares

Minced meat portioning

20 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

The CFS Ground Meat Portioning System quickly and efficiently handles all steps in the processing of ground meat enabling central processing and packaging of ground meat, while allowing flexibility in making choices about granulation, structure, fat/lean product characteristics and all other steps up to the finished product.

Tank cleaning system

20 August, 2004 | Supplied by: Spraying Systems Co Pty Ltd

Autojet Technologies, a division of Spraying Systems Co, has introduced an upgradeable tank cleaning system that is precisely controlled to ensure maximum cleaning efficiency. The four basic components in the AutoJet Tank Cleaning System are: a Spraying Systems Co tank washer or tank cleaning nozzle, a control panel containing an AutoJet Spray Controller, a specially selected pump and an engineered process control package. The system is field upgradable to add both chemical injection and liquid recirculation features to automatically maintain consistent tank cleaning results.

Hose-proof electric motor

20 August, 2004 | Supplied by: Lafert Electric Motors

The Scorpion range of IEC metric stainless steel electric motors that are totally hose-proof and dust-proof (IP66) has been released. The motors can be quickly and easily cleaned and are not damaged by caustic cleaning solutions.

Canning lubricant

20 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

Shell Cassida Fluid GLE 100, 150 and 220 are fully synthetic, high performance, anti-wear gear lubricants which were specifically designed for use in the food and beverage canning industry.

Food smoking chips

20 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

The Rauchergold range of wood chips is specially prepared for food smoking. The range includes beech, oak, and fir species. Beech wood chips are used extensively throughout Europe for traditional smoked smallgoods. Fir is used for Black Forest style products and oak is preferred by fish smokers.

SofTouch dough moulder

19 August, 2004 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric Pty Ltd

The APV Baker SofTouch dough moulder, featuring a unique sheeting roll configuration, provides plant bakers with benefits in bread quality and contributes to a longer shelf life.

WineTech 2005

06 January, 2004

WineTech 2005, the national wine industry suppliers' trade show, will again be held within the heartland of the Australian wine producing industry, Adelaide, in July next year.

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