Articles Tagged with ''modified atmosphere packaging''

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Nitrogen generators

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Parker Balston dual-bed, pressure-swing adsorption nitrogen generators produce up to 99.999% pure, compressed nitrogen at dewpoints to -58°F from most compressed air supplies.
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Sustainability a highlight at DuPont packaging awards

Materials that prolong shelf life, enhance recyclability or add a repellent quality top the winners list.
By Mikell Knights
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 Modified air packaging and material-reducing redesigns were among those recognized. 


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MAP system

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Extending the shelf life of consumer packaged foods, the Linde MAPAX modified atmosphere packaging solution uses a combination of food-grade nitrogen, carbon dioxide and/or oxygen.


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Store-wrapped beef’s Waterloo?

By Kevin T. Higgins, Senior Editor
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Case-ready meat has replaced in-store wrapping for many products, and a new film provides another opportunity for centralized packaging in vacuum bags.
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Leak detectors

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PBI-Dansensor LeakMatic II and LeakPointer II leak detection systems for Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) utilize a state-of-the-art optical CO2 sensor that is not sensitive to the elevated CO2 levels often found in a MAP food production environment. 


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Engineering R&D: MAP for HPP

By Kevin T. Higgins, Senior Editor
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High-pressure processing may be the 21st century’s most dynamic new technology for pasteurization, and modified atmosphere packaging is the latest expansion of its possibilities.


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Gas mixer

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Engineered for modified atmosphere packaging, the PBI-Dansensor MAP Mix Provectus gas mixer uses mass flow technology that allows the unit to be housed in an extremely small cabinet, while providing a high flow rate; it delivers a flow of up to 1,500 l/min.


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