Items Tagged with 'cooling'


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Evaporative cooling retorts

April 7, 2014
Allpax evaporative cooling retorts process up to 3,200-lb. batches or 50- to 800-gal. kettles of raw product.
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Inverter scroll compressors

April 7, 2014
Danfoss variable-speed VZH inverter scroll compressors operate at part-load conditions.
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Low-temperature chillers

April 7, 2014

Available with operating temperatures from -20°F to 0°F and with nominal capacities up to 12 tons in both air- and water-cooled condensing, Mokon Iceman LT low-temperature chillers are suitable for jacketed vessels, reactors, laboratory, sanitary and other industrial applications. 

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Cook/cool vessels

February 7, 2014
Used for preparing soups, sauces and mashed potatoes, Terlet bottom-driven cook/cool vessels have a motor placed below the product that eliminates the risk of oil or grease contamination.
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November 8, 2013
Designed to cook, cool and blend food products all in the same vessel, the Chester-Jensen Model 70N cooker-cooler offers a heat exchange surface/volume ratio for thorough product cooking and cooling.
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Sustainable Plant of the Year

Plumrose Council Bluffs: Lean, mean and fully automated

Automating an entire raw meat cooking and packaging plant saves water, cuts energy usage and gets the product perfect the first time—without rework.
November 8, 2013

The facility was not only constructed with sustainability in mind, but sustainability can be found everywhere you look. 

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Field Reports

Pasta and potatoes, presto!

New rotary continuous cooking and cooling system processes more than 3,000 lbs. of pasta and potatoes per hour.
November 8, 2013


Wedges and slices presented challenges for traditional cooking and cooling methods.

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Cooking and cooling: A practical approach to energy savings

Many processes cool the cooked product in one fell swoop; adding a stage between can save energy and water.
August 28, 2013

A mid-process quench cycle with ambient-temperature tap water can capture much of the product’s heat before it enters the primary cool zone.

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Benchtop chillers

June 12, 2013

PolyScience compact benchtop chillers provide up to 1,290 watts of cooling at 20°C, making them suitable for use with equipment such as rotary evaporators, small reaction vessels, spectrophotometers and condensers. 

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Ammonia chillers

June 12, 2013

 GEA Grasso BluAstrum ammonia chillers have a slender design that allows them to fit through standard doors. 

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