Processing

Aqueous chlorine dioxide

13 September, 2006 | Supplied by: Applied Products Australia

Chlorine dioxide is claimed to be a safe and potent broad spectrum biocide that is effective over a wide pH range in hard and soft water and does not react with other chemicals and impurities to produce harmful bi-products. Until recently the only way to use ClO2 was by producing it on site. However, due to recent technological advances, Actisan (a 2000 ppm solution of chlorine dioxide gas) is now available.


Vision verifies packaging at Tip Top Ice Cream

13 September, 2006 | Supplied by: ControlVision Ltd

Tip Top in New Zealand produces around 50 million litres of ice-cream per year out of facilities in Auckland and Christchurch


Chlorine dioxide disinfection

13 September, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.alldos.com

This article discusses the application of chlorine dioxide preparation systems as a disinfection agent in the sectors of drinking water, bottle disinfection and power stations


120,000 hL/year brewery by Krones

13 September, 2006 | Supplied by: Krones (Thailand) Co Ltd

Krones has accepted a bid from New Glarus Brewing Company, New Glarus, Wisconsin, for the erection of a Greenfield brewery with a yearly capacity of 120,000 hL


Extended shelf-life ham technology

13 September, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.earlee.com.au/

Schinkentec ham preservation technology is claimed to enhance a ham's flavour, colour and texture and also extend its shelf life.


Dairy innovation centre announced

11 September, 2006

Victoria's status as the capital of the nation's dairy industry will be further enhanced with the opening of a new dairy innovation centre designed to place Australia at the forefront of world dairying innovation and thinking.


Consumer hygiene fears keeps Scottish food industry on its toes

04 September, 2006

A major outbreak of E.coli 0157 poisoning in which 500 people were affected and 20 people died, seems to have led to improvements in the management of food risks in the retail and catering industries in Scotland, according to ESRC funded research at the London School of Economics.


ConBiz 2006 to focus on leadership issues

29 August, 2006

Creative leadership for confectioners is the theme for ConBiz 2006, the annual business forum of the Confectionery Manufacturers of Australasia (CMA).


Automation Business Forum 2006 postponed to 2007

11 August, 2006

Diversified Exhibitions Australia (formerly AES), the leading exhibition organiser for the automation/manufacturing industry in Australia, recently announced the postponement of the Automation Business Forum 2006. The forum was to be an exclusive new business matching event set to take place in Melbourne for one day only on 16 October, 2006.


Pressure-sensitive labeller for Barossa brewery

11 August, 2006 | Supplied by: Aldus - Tronics Pty Ltd

When the South Australian-based Barossa Brewery needed to upgrade to a new pressure-sensitive labeller for applying labels to its 375 mL bottles the CEO embarked on an exhaustive testing program


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


Utilising the internet to manage pests

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

Better pest control management is now made possible with the PestNet service offered by Rentokil Pest Control.


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


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.


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.


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