USDA approved following certification in compliance with the USDA Dairy Grading Branch, Coperian hygienic ZRD discharge valves and ZXD blow-through valves are designed for applications involving frequent changeovers from one product to another, for the processing of products with adhesive tendencies, in pneumatic conveying systems and for the discharge of powdered and granular materials.
Eliminating the final drying requirement from the last third of an oven line, Radio Frequency Macrowave post-baking dryers utilize radio frequency energy that preferentially heats and dries the moist areas of cookies, crackers and snack foods, enabling conventional ovens to run at the maximum speed for product production with the correct loft, crumb structure and color.
Engineered for the dairy, beverage and flavoring industries, the
Scholle SureFill 30 LA aseptic bag-in-the-box filling system allows
processors to offer popular aseptic products to large-volume customers
with product end-use flexibility.
Designed for brand owners interested in the self-manufacture of PET
containers, the Phoenix Technologies small-capacity modular rPET
(recycled polyethylene terephthalate) system uses virtually no water
and only 2.3 million kilowatt hours (kwh) of electricity annually.
Designed for measurements in tanks, flumes and sewer lines, and other applications with high suspended solids, the Sensorex S651CD submersible pH/ORP electrode can also be used where flocculation operations require low velocities and in tanks with high agitation.