Food Automation, Manufacturing, Sustainability, Environment Impacts, Robotics, Safety, and Food Processing Equipment news and information Food Automation, Manufacturing, Sustainability, Environment Impacts, Robotics, Safety, and Food Processing Equipment news and information

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FOOD AUTOMATION WHITE PAPERS & ARTICLES

  • What's Next In Continuous UV Light Technologies For Liquid Products?
    What's Next In Continuous UV Light Technologies For Liquid Products?

    Short-wave ultraviolet irradiation (UV-C, 200−280 nm) offers one of the most promising, non-thermal technologies that could provide food processors with a safe, energy-efficient, and cost-effective way to gain an added measure of safety and extended shelf life. This article will discuss pros and cons of the existing UV units and introduce new commercial UV technology that can be used to treat products with low and extra low UV-C light transmission (UVT).

  • Food Management Software Optimizes Operations And Drives Profits
    Food Management Software Optimizes Operations And Drives Profits

    Software should help food companies manage food safety, improve operational efficiency, and accelerate growth. These programs offer features aimed to optimize your operations, assist with food safety compliance, and drive profits. This article will explain how software helps make it easier than ever to run your organization safely and profitably.

  • How 5 Electro-Magnetic Technologies Are Heating Foods Safely, Quickly, And Efficiently
    How 5 Electro-Magnetic Technologies Are Heating Foods Safely, Quickly, And Efficiently

    Five innovative heating techniques, including infrared (IR), microwave (MW), dielectric or radio-frequency (RF), ohmic (OH), and magnetic induction heating (MI) utilize electro-magnetic energy and can heat foods faster and more efficiently.

  • Food Irradiation Technologies: Principles, Commercial Advantages, And Limitations
    Food Irradiation Technologies: Principles, Commercial Advantages, And Limitations

    Food irradiation has proven to be a safe and effective non-thermal process for enhancing food safety and extending shelf life of a wide variety of foods. Nearly 50 countries have approved or allow food irradiation, although the foods and doses can differ by country. Gamma irradiation technology was patented more than a century ago (in 1906) and has been one of the first non-thermal technologies thoroughly tested, validated, and adopted by medical and food industry over the past 60 years. Despite this, there is a lot of misunderstanding and concerns associated with the consumer acceptance, transport, storage, occupational hazards, and disposal of radiation sources.

  • Weighing In On F&B Industry Checkweighers
    Weighing In On F&B Industry Checkweighers

    Food inspection systems using state-of-the-art technologies are most successful when they are designed with many support methods and principles. I’ve written articles on how this is true with metal detection technology, X-Ray inspection machines, and vision inspection systems. This article will explore checkweighing systems, how they add support to food safety methods and principles, and the benefits implementing them can provide food manufacturers.

     

  • Tips For Avoiding Nasty Surprises In An ERP Selection And Implementation Process
    Tips For Avoiding Nasty Surprises In An ERP Selection And Implementation Process

    The vital role that enterprise resource planning (ERP) software plays in a company makes its selection and implementation a source of risk but also a huge opportunity to gain advantages. ERP software performs many functions, but defined at a high level, ERP is a consistent way of managing a company to make money.

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FOOD AUTOMATION PRODUCTS

ERP Software For Sauce Manufacturing ERP Software For Sauce Manufacturing

Sauce manufacturing is a highly competitive world – whether you are making your own brands, private-labeling, co-packing, or all of the above

 Tomra Sorter for Potato Processors with Peel Control Tomra Sorter for Potato Processors with Peel Control

The TOMRA 5A sorting system, a state-of-the-art machine for the potato processing business, supports processors by combining a straightforward and brand-new graphical user interface with stable sorting performance, while increasing the level of food safety and quality with minimal product waste.

Series BV3-3A Automated Ball Valve Series BV3-3A Automated Ball Valve
Series BV3-3A ball valves meet 3A sanitary standards and feature tri-clamp ends for easy line removal. This three-piece sanitary ball valve is ideal for use in food, beverage, semi-conductor, or pharmaceutical applications. The cavity filled and full bore designs aid to reduce product entrapment, and provide consistent flow characteristics
Safety & Compliance software for Food Processors Safety & Compliance software for Food Processors

FoodLogiQ Connect is an easy, online platform for managing and monitoring your food safety, quality and FSMA compliance efforts. FoodLogiQ Connect was created by food safety professionals specifically as the food safety software for the modern supply chains.

Automated Stick Washer Automated Stick Washer
The patented, Sani-Matic Stick Washer is the answer to cleaning all styles of product sticks used for producing smoked and dried meats. The automated stick washer creates two types of mechanical action to ensure complete cleaning of the sticks. An internal conveyor creates a tumbling action so the rolling sticks mechanically rub against each other to remove product residues.
Modular Production System – Combining Stations Modular Production System – Combining Stations

A new interface concept that offers many possibilities for direct combination of individual stations.

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FOOD AUTOMATION MULTIMEDIA

A Hype-Free Look at IoT A Hype-Free Look at IoT

Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest three-letter acronym (TLA) in an industry that loves to come up with new TLAs for use in our prodigious streams of hyperbole-laden marketing collateral. And David Essex of TechTarget, one of the more astute enterprise software journalists out there is not afraid to call a spade a spade.

Will Digital Transformation Really Add Value To A Manufacturing Business? Will Digital Transformation Really Add Value To A Manufacturing Business?

The use of new digital technologies in the industrial manufacturing industry is not new. In fact, manufacturers have been users of digital technologies for years. However, the term “digital transformation” is relatively new to the industry. Industrial manufacturers have been using new technologies for years now, so will digital transformation really add value to a manufacturing business?

Project Complexity And Lifecycle Costs Of Optimized Packaging Lines

Lifecycle costs of packaging lines are similar have two sets of costs: initial costs—machines and equipment — and hidden costs — integration, energy, spares, and indirect costs. To reduce these costs, a tight integration of operations and data is required across your packaging line. This video explains the concepts and advantages of optimized packaging line (OPL).

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