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The National Bulk Equipment bulk bag filler for harsh environments is built on a corrosion-resistant, hot-dip galvanized stainless steel and carbon steel structural framework; it features specially treated components that withstand caustic material and severe temperatures while operating at process rates up to 30,000 lb. per hr.
The Spiroflow Systems wrap conveyor can be designed to curve, incline or decline without discharging to another conveyor and protects against undesirable warming or cooling.
The Spee-Dee sanitary washdown auger filler prevents product corruption from sources outside the unit; all mechanical connections and potential catch points are located outside the product contact area.
The Hapman tubular drag conveyor eliminates segregation of blended product during conveying and gently conveys friable or blended materials in a dust-free operation.
The Martin Vibration Systems Solutions MT-Fast hopper trailer empties bulk materials by agitating settled materials stalled in a bottom hopper.
Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Noodles built a custom system that accommodates odd-shaped super sacks and feeds the product directly from the bags without the use of manual labor.
The brewer was able to avoid squelching higher demand by revisiting some traditional methods.
The Material Transfer Material Master bulk bag material conditioner minimizes operational bottlenecks caused by discharging bulk bags containing material that has solidified, hardened or agglomerated by returning the materials to a free-flowing state.
WeighPack Systems XPdius i-130 heavy-duty high-speed vertical form and seal machine can handle bag widths from 2.5- to 13-in. wide and from 2 to 18 in. in length.
Meet the winner of Food Engineering's 2013 Sustainable Plant of the Year Award, Plumrose Council Bluffs. Read more about the plant in the article.
The Food Defense Strategy Exchange (FDSE) is a forum for food defense professionals to interact and share their knowledge and experiences. At the most recent FDSE, a poll of attendees revealed that approximately two-thirds were either re-evaluating their existing food defense plan, or implementing new food defense plans. In this podcast, Don Hsieh, Director of Commercial and Industrial Marketing at Tyco Integrated Security, discusses this topic and other findings from the exchange, and offers some best practices to proactively protect a company’s brand from food adulteration.
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