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September - 2012
Week 4
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New systems sales manager at Kek-Gardner30.09.2012

Kek-Gardner, Macclesfield, UK, has named Neale Monks as systems sales manager.
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Haver & Boecker celebrates 125-year jubilee and Technology Days24.09.2012

Having celebrated the 125th anniversary of the Haver & Boecker Wire Weaving Division with a ceremony, open day and an employee party, the Machinery Division joined in with the latest Haver Technology Days held over three days during the last week of August.
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Beumer presents united front in France, invests further in baggage handling24.09.2012

The French companies Beumer Sarl and Crisplant Eurl of the Beumer Group, headquartered in Beckum, Germany, are now operating from the same buildings.
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Mauser expands in SE Asia24.09.2012

Mauser Group, Bruehl, Germany, a worldwide leading company in industrial packaging, has opened a new site in China.
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Job vacancy24.09.2012

The Wolfson Centre in the School of Engineering requires an experienced specialist in bulk solids handling to augment its team of engineers providing consulting services to industry.
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Boxon and Jumbotainer join forces in Germany24.09.2012

Boxon GmbH and Jumbotainer Verpackungs GmbH have now amalgamated as a result of the Boxon Group, a Swedish privately owned packaging company, acquiring Jumbotainer in Syke, Germany.
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Fully automatic truck loading of palletised bags24.09.2012

Haver & Boecker, Oelde, Germany, has expanded its range of packing and loading systems with the addition of a fully automatic direct truck-loading system.
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Near IR analyzer incorporates three technologies24.09.2012

The Polish subsidiary of Process Sensors Corp., USA, will be displaying the new MCT-MultiPlex™ analyzer on Stand C4 at SyMas, a bulk handling exhibition organised by easyFairs which takes place 3-4 October in Krakow, Poland
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Versatile bag closing with choice of tape over sewing or tape over sealing24.09.2012

Fischbein, with eastern hemisphere head office in Brussels, will be showing its new TOS 3000 bag sealing machine on Stand L19 at the easyFairs SCHÜTTGUT exhibition which takes place 7-8 November in Dortmund.
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Rectangular silo vent filter24.09.2012

The Infa-Jetron Type AJB was developed by Infastaub, Bad Homburg, Germany, in the 1990s for dedusting of pneumatically filled silos or other hoppers. The target was to design a sturdy and universally applicable, pneumatically cleaned vent filter.
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Upgraded slide gate for sticky or abrasive powders24.09.2012

Vortex Valves Europe has launched the HDPV2 slide gate, which offers significant enhancements over the original HDP design introduced by the US parent company in 2006.
August - 2012
Week 4
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Accurate inventory control in tanks and silos28.08.2012

Mettler-Toledo, Greifensee, Switzerland, points out that gravimetric level control is one of the most precise inventory control methods available. Its extreme accuracy makes it particularly helpful when measuring high-value solids, liquids and sometimes even gases. Owingi to the fact that load cells are placed outside the vessel, it is perfect for measuring aggressive, hot, frozen, non-free-flowing or non-self-levelling materials.
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4th advanced FFS bagging line at Kemira Chemicals’ Bradford site28.08.2012

Earlier this year Concetti Group, Bastia Umbra, Italy, completed installation of a fourth CONTINUA tubular form-fill-seal (FFS) bagging system at the Bradford plant of Kemira Chemicals (UK). Here dry polyacrylamide, mainly used for water treatment and paper making, is packed into 25kg bags. Following product trials conducted at the Concetti test facility and laboratory in 2007, the Italian bagging specialist was awarded a contract to supply four CONTINUA lines.
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Novel electronic evaluation system28.08.2012

Rembe Safety + Control, Brilon, Germany, has recently introduced EVA High End, a new programmable evaluation electronic system for its C-LEVER® Direct flow meter and UNIBAND® belt weigher. It can be directly connected to the measuring systems and allows fast, precise data capture as well as an evaluation of the bulk goods to be conveyed. An easily operable touch screen and intuitive user interface are among EVA’s key attractions.
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Special heated mixer for Chinese compounding line28.08.2012

Lindor, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, has designed and built a heated mixer for Switzerland based BUSS AG. The mixing drum has been designed using state-of-the-art technologies. The heated mixer is being used for enhancing product characteristics of special compounds which are produced by BUSS compounding lines in several countries including China, Spain, Saudi Arabia and India.
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Two extra pipe gauges result in 250 new products28.08.2012

By introducing two new pipe diameters, Jacob Pipework Systems, Porta Westfalica, Germany, has significantly increased the diversity of its modular pipework system for bulk goods handling, dust extraction and exhaust air. Introducing these two new nominal diameters of 280 and 315mm in fact adds an extra 250 products to the company’s catalogue inventory, which starts at just 60mm. The product range includes pipes, segments, bends, branches, spouts, inspection pipes, shut-off valves, weather hoods and blow-off pipes as well as connecting components and related accessories.
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Efficient removal of metal particles from 5t/h flows of granulated PET28.08.2012

Eclipse Magnetics, Sheffield, UK, recently installed a high performance magnetic separation system at the Eco-Plastics/Coca Cola Enterprises joint venture plant at Hemswell, Lincolnshire. Processing over 140,000t of material each year, it is Europe’s largest mixed plastic bottle sorting facility.
Week 3
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Frenchman joins Flexicon sales team20.08.2012

Flexicon (Europe), Herne Bay, UK, has appointed Matthieu Philippault to its international sales team as a regional application engineer. A French citizen, he will have specific responsibility for French speaking territories. His proven business development background is expected to help the company expand into new industrial sectors, particularly those where there is a requirement for enhanced productivity.
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Non-intrusive level measurement using FTC technology20.08.2012

Fluidwell Instruments, Veghel, the Netherlands, has introduced the Triflex LNI 200 level sensor which has been designed to provide accurate results with non-conductive bulk materials including powders, pellets, granulates and liquids. Uniquely, it is capable of providing level measurement with great reliability from the outside of a non-metallic vessel.
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IBC for problem food and pharma powders20.08.2012

Ajax Equipment, Bolton, UK, has launched a new range of Lynflow intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) which have been designed for storage and transport of dry bulk products with poor flow characteristics. Using an innovative outlet design to prevent arching and ratholing during discharge, the IBCs allow mass flow without the need for vibrating discharge stations.
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Silos and blenders for recycled PVC20.08.2012

BartonFabrications, Portishead, Bristol, UK, has installed two new silos and static blenders at the Chippenham site of plastic pipe manufacturer Wavin. They are being used for storage and processing of raw materials used in the production of Recycore®, a multi-layer pipe made from at least 50% recycled PVC. Commenting on the purchase of the silos and blenders, Andrew Ryall development manager at Wavin said: “Using recycled material presents additional challenges in achieving a high level of homogeneity from batch to batch. Barton provided a piggyback silo design, where one silo is mounted directly over another in the same housing.
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Grain terminal weighbridges undergo software upgrade20.08.2012

Grain terminal weighbridges undergo software upgrade When Clarkson Port Services opened its £1.5M grain terminal 15 years ago at the UK port of Ipswich it was among one of the first to achieve cost effective driver operation, but recently the system’s lack of flexibility has been holding up the expansion of the business.
Week 1
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Aumund celebrates 90th anniversary06.08.2012

On 3rd August 1922 Professor Heinrich Aumund laid the foundation stone to establish Aumund Fördererbau GmbH in Berlin. Today the company, since relocated to Rheinberg in the Lower Rhine region, operates globally with innovative and customer-oriented solutions for handling and conveying of demanding bulk materials. With its origins in conveying technology for the German mining industry, the company rapidly developed a series of different conveying systems which are employed nowadays in the cement industry, metallurgical industries, in power plants, in mining, but also in many other fields in which large volumes of bulk materials need to be continuously conveyed.
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Extractable rotary valve06.08.2012

Rota Val, Chippenham, UK, has introduced the HR rotary valve which has been designed for easy manual handling and is available with a wide choice of specification options. It features sturdy linear rail configuration and tapered rotor geometry. The company, part of the Switzerland-based Gericke Group, has been manufacturing rotary and diverter valves for over 40 years.
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Promoting European pharmaceutical processing expertise in India06.08.2012

K-Tron, Niederlenz, Switzerland, is collaborating with five other leading European manufacturers of processing equipment for the pharmaceutical industry to present two technical seminars next month in India on the subject of “Advances in pharmaceutical processing.”
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New head of customer support at Beumer06.08.2012

Kornelius Thimm, 35, and a colleague from Aarhus, Denmark, now comprise the team for Beumer Group’s customer support competence centre. Apart from providing back-up for the group’s 20 regional companies around the world, Thimm also heads customer support at the Beckum, Germany, headquarters. Here, backed by a team of over 50 employees, he will lay the technical and organisational foundation for services covering Beumer products. “We make a special effort to identify and implement useful additional services, in this way, creating added value for our customers and gaining their trust over the long term,” he explained.
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UWT extends sales team06.08.2012

Kevin Walter, born in 1985, has joined bulk level instrumentation specialist UWT as a sales engineer. He will be based at the company’s Betzigau, Germany, head office. A qualified engineer, he gained sales experience during the past year and a half working for M-Net.
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Hosokawa Alpine invites Matcon to present lean powder processing concept06.08.2012

As part of a similar joint-company promotion (see previous news item), Matcon - along with several other leading suppliers of processing equipment - recently took part at an in-house conference and exhibition organised by Hosokawa Alpine at the German company’s Augsburg headquarters. Matcon gave presentations on the subjects of “Decoupling to gain efficiency” and “Opportunities with pre-mixing” to an audience of over 300 high-calibre delegates from around the world, several of whom afterwards wished to discuss specifically how Matcon could help them become ‘leaner’ by employing the company’s IBC (intermediate bulk container) technology and concepts.
July - 2012
Week 4
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Freeman Technology presented with 2012 Queen’s Award30.07.2012

On 13 July 2012, Dame Janet Trotter, the Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire, presented Tim Freeman, managing director of Freeman Technology, with the 2012 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category International Trade. Guests, including the company’s founders Reg and Jan Freeman, attended the lunchtime celebration at the Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, head office. As well as witnessing the official presentation, everyone attending the ceremony had the opportunity to tour the company’s facility, which houses all manufacturing, R&D and commercial operations.
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Grinding and dispersing innovations30.07.2012

Netzsch Group, Selb, Germany, has introduced two significant technical developments in recent months, both of which were exhibited at ACHEMA in June. Here the group had a large stand occupied jointly by Netzsch-Feinmahltechnik GmbH and by Netzsch-Condux Mahltechnik GmbH.
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No more need for manual hammering30.07.2012

Ajax Equipment, Bolton, UK, has supplied bulk and packaged chemical distribution specialist Brenntag (UK), with a lump-breaker and loading table at its Newcastle-upon-Tyne blending facility. Brenntag was looking for a system to reduce the particle size of raw materials prior to blending in a reactor. Positioned above the reactor, the lump-breaker reduces the crystalline chemicals to a consistent powder size, as they are tipped into the reactor, facilitating improved blending.
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UWT opens Indian subsidiary30.07.2012

UWT, Betzigau, Germany, specialising in production of level measurement instrumentation for bulk solids, has opened a subsidiary in New Delhi, India. UWT Level Control India Pvt Ltd has been set up with help from consulting firm Maier + Vidorno and will initially concentrate on industrial markets centred around the national capital, with plans to cover other regions of India at a later date.
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2011 FIBC imports into the EU highest for three years30.07.2012

After a deep slump in 2009, FIBC (flexible intermediate bulk container) imports to the European Union climbed to a three-year high in 2011. The value of imports grew by 27% to a total of 339.2 million euros, compared with 267.5 million euros in 2010. The number of imported bulk bags, however, has still not completely caught up with the 2008 total (worth 358.8 million euros), but 2011 is already the second year of recovery.
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First customer seminar at new food technology centre30.07.2012

Shortly after inaugurating the new food technology centre at its Rödemark, Germany, headquarters, Zeppelin eimelt held a two-day seminar 26-27 July at the facility on the subject of materials handling in the food industry. The 60 participants from Germany and other countries were given presentations on pneumatic conveying, mixing of bulk solids, continuous production of sourdough and dough, process control and batch tracing. In the test plant Zeppelin Reimelt engineers demonstrated dense phase trials up to distances of 320m with conveying vessel and rotary valve, precise dosing of batches using the recently acquired Kokeisl discharge and metering technology, container handling based on the ReciPure® concept and mixing. Dr Kruse, general sales manager, said that further seminars would be held in the near future.
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Matcon acquired by IDEX30.07.2012

IDEX Corporation, Lake Forest, IL, has taken over UK-based Matcon Group, a global leader in processing systems for high-value powders used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs, plastics and fine chemicals. Much of the company’s technology continues to be based around its original cone valve IBC powder discharge system for which it has become internationally famous. Matcon, with head office in Evesham, Worcestershire, and with offices and test plants strategically located throughout the world, has annual revenues of around £22M.
Week 2
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Providing for increased productivity in the cosmetics industry09.07.2012

There is a tendency for competitive pressure to result in a concentration of production capacities in the cosmetic industry but at the same time to larger and more efficient production equipment. The new SRC 10.000 for the production of highly viscous emulsions has been developed by Ekato Systems, Schopfheim, Germany, for precisely this type of challenge.
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Process weighers supplied to Egypt09.07.2012

The Nottingham, UK, arm of Netherlands-headquartered Chronos BTH reports that the company has supplied more of its CHRONO-WEIGH™ APW process weighers to a milling complex in Egypt. A total of seven units of the latest three load cell design have been installed to fulfil a variety of roles, from first break weighing through to flour blending.
Week 1
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Rotary valves certified to latest explosion-protection standard02.07.2012

To avoid dust explosions in industrial processes, safety barriers are widely employed to compartmentalise different sectors of the process. Under normal working conditions rotary valves are built-in to maintain the required pressure differential between compartments, allowing products to be conveyed within the process.
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Preventing surface adhesion of filled PE bags prior to palletising02.07.2012

Beumer Group, headquartered in Beckum, Germany, points out that fluctuating climatic conditions or a flow behaviour of varying intensity can result in polyethylene bags becoming stuck to conveyor belts and layer stacking tables causing them to undergo significant deformation during handling. The company has recently integrated a specially coated layer stacking table into its paletpac series of palletisers, which ensures that bags are palletised in a careful and dimensionally stable manner.
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1000th rotary pressure filter delivered02.07.2012

BHS-Sonthofen of Germany in May delivered its one-thousandth rotary pressure filter since the establishment of the company’s Filtration Technology division. The filter plant was supplied to an Asian manufacturer of cellulose derivatives. Thanks to decades of continual development, these filters are today rated for operating pressures of up to 7 bar(g) and temperatures of up to 160°C.
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ACHEMA - the most international yet02.07.2012

ACHEMA 2012, which took place 18-22 June, achieved a record number of non-German exhibitors accounting for almost 50% of the total, the overall number of exhibitors and visitors having remained stable. Foreign exhibitors came from 56 countries, with more than 200 Chinese and more than 150 Indian companies presenting equipment. For five days, 167,000 participants found out about the capabilities of the 3773 exhibitors, which they presented on 136,400m² of floor space.
June - 2012
Week 4
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Washing trapped solids from screen mesh25.06.2012

Sweco, Florence, KY, has introduced the MM4 Traveling Spray, an attachment that can continuously or intermittently wash screen mesh free of solids. Typical uses for the MM4 rectangular separator include dewatering cellulose fibres, plastic recycling, kaolin clay dewatering, starch production and general waste stream solids removal. In many of these applications, capacity can be reduced as a result of screen blinding.
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Combined FFS and open-mouth bagging of rice25.06.2012

A high-speed Chronos BTH automatic packing system has recently been supplied to Veetee Rice’s production facility at Rochester, Kent, UK. This features an innovative combination of a high speed open-mouth bagging system and a tubular form-fill-seal (FFS) system complete with integrated check weigh and inspection systems including automatic reject of bags, automatic palletisation and stretch-hooding of finished pallets.
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Cost-efficient vacuum conveying of food-grade powders25.06.2012

Piab, Täby, Sweden, has launched the piFLOW®f pneumatic conveying system which, according to the company, has been designed for customers who do not wish to compromise between price, technical performance and energy consumption. Designed specifically for use in the food industry, the new system is FDA compliant and full-opening capability provides for instant discharge ensuring increased material throughput.
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Guttridge looks to Scotland25.06.2012

Guttridge, Spalding, UK, has named Roger Horner as representative for Scotland. He brings extensive industry experience to this new position. Announcing the appointment, sales and marketing director Paul Gott said: “We are delighted to be working with Roger. He is a highly respected figure in the bulk materials handling industry who is extremely knowledgeable, not just about conveying systems but also in the area of storage and silo operation and design.
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ContiTech acquires Specialised Belting Supplies25.06.2012

ContiTech has strengthened its industrial business in advanced conveyor belts by purchasing Specialised Belting Supplies Ltd, Thetford, UK. This company has been in the market since 1984 and, with 50 employees, produces primarily steep-angle conveyor belts for transport of coarse bulk materials including ore, coal or gravel.
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High-accuracy powder tanker loading25.06.2012

Following further recent development of its high-performance net weigher, Haver & Boecker is now able to incorporate the device into a frame with a telescoping loader, allowing free-flowing loose products to be filled into road powder tankers with consistent accuracy and at a speed of 90t/h. Its rugged and low-maintenance construction ensures long operation times.
Week 3
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Mauser opens factory in Poland18.06.2012

In mid-June industrial packaging specialist Mauser Group with worldwide headquarters in Bruehl, Germany, inaugurated its first plant in Poland. Located at Gliwice in the Silesia region, the new facility will produce UN and non-UN intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) including the SM6, SM13 and SM15 models designed specifically for handling hazardous and food-grade products. In addition it will manufacture UN-approved open-top drums of 120 and 150 litres capacity as well as 220-litre L-ring drums. Customers will also be able to benefit from the reconditioning services of the National Container Group (NCG) a Mauser subsidiary.
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Drier offers optimum heat transfer for precious and sensitive products18.06.2012

Lindor, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, well known for its gentle touch mixers for food and fine chemicals, is about to unveil its latest development at the Achema global chemical exhibition which starts 18 June in Frankfurt. Designed along similar lines to the company’s rotary drum mixer, the ‘Gentle Dryer’ is a machine for impregnating, heating, drying and cooling of powders, granulate and natural products. The drum and scoops have a double wall and the machine allows for a hot airstream through the flowing product and the rotating drum. The concept has been registered for a global patent.
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Intensiv-Filter in administration18.06.2012

At the end of May dedusting specialist Intensiv-Filter, Velbert, Germany, submitted an application for insolvency. The local district court of Wuppertal appointed Dr Marc d’Avoine as the temporary insolvency trustee. In the course of a preliminary meeting with the company’s senior executives Dr d’Avoine was able to evaluate the situation.
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New CEO at Kalenborn18.06.2012

After 15 successful years at Kalenborn, Michael W Rokitta, Dipl. Ing., Dipl. Kfm, has retired and hands over the running of the Vettelschoss, Germany, headquartered company to Markus Buscher Dipl. Ing. Last September Buscher had been appointed managing director of the company and at that time Rokitta announced plans to retire this year following a phased hand-over of executive responsibilities (see Industry News for week of 19 September 2011).
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Saudi FFS bagging contract won via China18.06.2012

Haver & Boecker, Oelde, Germany, has won a large order to deliver two complete FFS (formfill-seal) bagging lines, together with appropriate palletizing systems, to a customer in Saudi Arabia. The plant is being specially adapted to handle the filling of fatty alcohol pastilles. The order was received via a Chinese design institute.
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Mixing of seed blends18.06.2012

AVA-Huep, Herrsching, Germany, reports that production of seed blends is emerging as a new application for its mixers. The company has just delivered the first compact system to an established German seed processing company. Centre-piece of the system is an AVA HTC 350 horizontal drier which is entirely fabricated from stainless steel. Scope of the contract included delivery of the entire steel structure, including the circuit and five movable containers for loading and discharge as well as docking systems.
Week 2
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Dosing accuracy combined with long-distance pneumatic conveying11.06.2012

Spiromatic, Nazareth, Belgium has introduced Hybrid, a dosing/pneumatic conveying system which offers the baking industry a novel and inventive solution for transporting large volumes of raw materials over long distances.
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Ultrasonic controller for level measurement sets new standards11.06.2012

Siemens Industry Automation Division, Nuremberg, Germany, has launched the Sitrans LUT400 series, claimed to be the world’s most accurate ultrasonic controller for level measurement. Offering measuring accuracy to within one millimetre, these new controllers provide what is believed to be the highest accuracy available on the market, ensuring consistently precise accuracy.
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Beumer heavy-duty belt bucket elevator technology saves money for Lafarge11.06.2012

Lafarge recently modernised production facilities at its cement plant at Wössingen, in the Baden region of Germany. This included upgrading the existing belt bucket elevator serving the raw mill. Intralogistics specialist Beumer Group, headquartered in Beckum, proposed its innovative heavy-duty bucket elevator technology, permitting higher conveying capacity and longer service life.
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Schenck Process UK subsidiaries unite under one roof11.06.2012

Stroud-based Redler, which several years ago became part of the Darmstadt, Germany, headquartered Schenck Process Group, has relocated to the Lakeside, Doncaster, offices of its sister Schenck subsidiary Clyde Process (previously Clyde Materials Handling). At the same time Schenck Process UK has moved from its previous Stockport head office, to join the other two companies in Doncaster.
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Guerin Systems plays host to food industry A-list11.06.2012

Following previous highly successful symposia in the series — Rennes (France) in 2001, Cork (Ireland) in 2004, San Francisco (USA) in 2007, and Melbourne (Australia) in 2009 — the forthcoming IDF/INRA international symposium on spray-dried dairy products is to be held in Saint-Malo, France, 19-21 June 2012.
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Novel jointly developed tablet production system11.06.2012

The two Swiss companies Gerteis and Gericke will present at Achema later this month a fully developed solution for continuous tablet manufacturing. For this application, the companies have combined their feeding, mixing and dry granulation equipment to provide a complete continuous manufacturing module.
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Focus on greater energy-efficiency in dust filtration11.06.2012

Intensiv-Filter, Velbert, Germany, will be presenting solutions for enhanced energy-efficient dust filtering technology at Achema (Hall 6.0, Stand E1). Under the slogan "Energy-efficient filtering installations" the company will feature proven applications of dust separating plants as well as examples of optimisation of energy costs for industrial filter plants.
Week 1
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PSL wins major contained filtration/drying contract04.06.2012

Powder Systems Ltd (PSL), Liverpool, UK, was recently awarded a large order by Helsinn Advanced Synthesis (HAS), located in Biasca, Switzerland, the chemical manufacturing business unit of the Helsinn Group. To meet the demand of anticancer molecules, HAS is in the process of building a new facility which will be dedicated to cytotoxic compounds that require safe product handling in a contained area for operator, environment and product protection.
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Haver & Boecker moves into sack palletising04.06.2012

On 29 May, Haver & Boecker Holding GmbH, headquartered in Oelde, Germany, signed an agreement in Paris to acquire 100% of the shares of Newtec Bag Palletizing from Newtec International Group SA. Newtec Bag Palletizing is an internationally respected manufacturer of automatic palletising systems with headquarters in Illzach, France.
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Variable radio frequency level indicator04.06.2012

Bindicator has recently introduced latest versions of its VRF-1000/VRF-2000 series of point level indicators for use with dry bulk materials. The instruments employ variable radio frequency (VRF) to detect the presence or absence of material in a vessel by compensating for the load of the probe, as well as the load induced by vessel environment, and automatically determining the optimal operating frequency for the greatest sensitivity and stability.
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Thomson heads Schenck Process light industry sales in British Isles04.06.2012

Martin Thomson, who last year joined the Doncaster office of Schenck Process UK, has recently been named director of the company’s light industries international business segment. He assumes responsibility for sales development of the complete portfolio of products of the Germany-based Schenck Process Group for the UK and Ireland in the market sectors of food, plastics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals. He is a graduate engineer with an MSc in bulk powder materials handling and was previously sales director of Kemutec.
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Updated and upgraded laboratory mixers04.06.2012

The MAP® division of WAMGROUP, Ponte Motta, Cavezzo, Italy, has introduced improved versions of its MLH mixer series designed for laboratory product and process development, as well as for small-scale production. They have recently been re-engineered and modernised according to customers’ requirements, resulting in a new generation of laboratory mixers combining reliable mixing performance with improved ergonomic features.
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