Articles Tagged with ''Filling''

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Oxygen barrier containers

RPC Superfos SuperLock containers combine an oxygen barrier on all surfaces with a membrane seal to deliver an ambient shelf life of up to 24 months.


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Aseptic container station

The Krones DosaFlex aseptic container station doses aseptic components in finished fruit beverages with a solids content; the finished beverage is blended using controlled dosing in a double-seat valve with an adjacent vapor seal.


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Blow molding/filling

Amcor LiquiForm blow molding and filling technology uses consumable, pressurized liquid to form and fill plastic containers in 1 step.


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Multi-station depositor

Used for confectionery products, the UNIFILLER multi-station depositor provides individual portion control of chunks, particulates and fragile, delicate products through each nozzle.


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Filler/depositors

With large port openings and gentle internal passages, Hinds-Bock SP-64 filler/depositors are suitable for delicate products such as 4+1 sliced or whole strawberries, fruit fillings, berries, vegetables, purées, deli salads and vegetable fillings.


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Compounding/filling vessel

The Ross 60-liter compounding and filling vessel features an aseptic magnetic mixer to stir a low-viscosity suspension as it is being discharged and deposited into its final container.


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Bag filling system

The GEA Avapac RBF Limited Intervention (Li) bag filling system for powdered dairy and food products eliminates dust, reduces explosion risk, can be run without constant supervision and is capable of modified air packaging.


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Square bag

Constructed of multiple layers of barrier films, the Mondi square bag holds powders and granular materials weighing up to 10 lb. and liquids up to 1.5 gal.


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Bottle filler

The Dispense Works RP Series robotic bench top bottle/vial filler system requires no PC for operation; it provides all preprogrammed software functions for filling, capping, assembly, positioning, etc. Hundreds of files may be stored on the machine.


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Plant of the Year 2015

Mars Chocolate was chosen as Food Engineering’s 2015 Plant of the Year. The first new Mars candy plant in North America in 35 years is not only LEED Gold certified, it’s highly automated as well.

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Burns & McDonnell project manager RJ Hope and senior project engineer Justin Hamilton discuss the distinctions between Food Safety and Food Defense as well as the implications for food manufacturers of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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2015 April

The April 2014 issue of Food Engineering features the Plant of the Year: Mars Chocolate. The first new Mars chocolate candy plant in North America in 35 years is not only LEED Gold certified, it’s highly automated as well.

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Food Authentication Using Bioorganic Molecules

This text provides critical tools and data needed to augment routine food analysis and enhance food safety by aiding in the detection of counterfeit, and potentially deleterious, foods.

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