Processing

Taking the guesswork out of electrical stimulation

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: Milmeq Pty Ltd

New technology jointly developed by Realcold Milmech in conjunction with Applied Sorting Technologies and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has taken the guesswork out of applying electrical stimulation to cattle and sheep carcasses


Safety for safety's sake

11 August, 2006 by Wendy Cramer, Journalist

One of Australia's leading occupational health and safety managers discusses the evolution of workplace safety in food and beverage manufacturing with What's New in Food Technology & Manufacturing


Measuring cell for chlorine, chlorine dioxide and ozone

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.alldos.com

The main difference between the new measuring AquaCell and previous models is its modular structure. The same basic housing is used for the entire range and the difference between the various types is limited to a small number of key components geared to the relevant function.


Electric meat trimming system

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: IBEX Industries Pty Ltd

Lower operating costs are obtainable with the removal of the flex shaft cable drive system to power electric meat trimmers - IBEX is now able to deliver lower operating costs to owners and eliminate cable vibration for operators of meat trimmers.


Digital dosing pump

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.alldos.com

With the new Flow Monitor for the TrueDos Digital family of pumps, ALLDOS is launching the world's first digital dosing pump with plug & play monitoring of dosing and chamber pressure. The system provides an unprecedented level of precision and reliability for flow-rate and pressure monitoring in the dosing head.


Steam cleaning in food processing

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.steamaustralia.com.au

There is no need to emphasise the importance of cleanliness in food processing plants. To eliminate bacteria, viruses and Grime from surfaces and equipment, it is imperative to adopt an effective cleaning and sanitisation program. Steam Australia's steam cleaning equipment provides the necessary cleaning and sanitisation to accomplish this goal.


Inline turbidity measurement

10 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.au.endress.com/

The Turbimax CUE21-CUE26 compact line is suitable for turbidity measurement in drinking water and service water applications, while conforming to ISO and EPA standards.


Injection blancher for potato slices

10 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.heatandcontrol.com/

Heat and Control's Injection Blancher forces hot water up through the bottom of the potato slice pack for uniform blanching and improved fryer performance.


Low cost service camera

10 July, 2006 | Supplied by: Inline Systems Pty Ltd

INLINE Systems Pty Ltd, "The Inspection Specialists" have released their NEW German manufactured and battery driven low cost VIS220 Wöhler service camera. The VIS220 system is based around the individual components that consumers have come to know and can still purchased separately if required, but the new VIS220 is housed in its own purpose built portable custom transport case ideal for storage and easy deployment anywhere.


Cleaning up with steam

10 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.steamaustralia.com.au

Steam Australia, Sydney-based company supplies a range of steam cleaning machines and reports that market demand has far exceeded its expectations.


Microwave reheat simulator software

10 July, 2006

The Microdefrost Model is a software-based product development tool for simulating and optimising heating and defrosting processes in microwaves.


Detection of added citric acid

26 June, 2006

Citric acid (in various chemical forms) is one of the most widely used additives for fine-tuning acidity in fruit products.


Cheese and cholesterol

19 June, 2006

Australian research shows that cheese is different to butter in the cholesterol stakes. In fact, people can enjoy cheese without harming their blood cholesterol levels.


Benzene in non-alcoholic beverages

15 June, 2006

Overseas agencies have recently reported the presence of benzene in some non-alcoholic beverages.


Humidity or humidity/temperature transmitter

13 June, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.dwyer-inst.com.au

Dwyer Instruments, Pty Ltd the source for your complete range of practical and affordable instrumentation, is announcing the release of its new Series RH transmitter.


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