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30/03/2011 - New ‘Rise and Fall’ Bulk Bag Filler from Spiroflow
A Middle East based supplier of a mixed fruit and nut product required a means of loading 300 kg batches into Bulk Bags with no damage. Their product contains whole walnuts that are particularly fragile. Spiroflow has a long history of developing its ranges of Bulk Bag Fillers and Dischargers to meet the needs of individual customers. As Marketing Manager, Keith Simpson, confirms, “This challenge was an excellent opportunity for us to apply our ingenuity and vast bulk materials handling experience. The result is a new ‘Rise and Fall’ model for our Bulk Bag Filler range”.
 
29/03/2011 - 3D printing enabled Aston Martin Racing to develop LMP1 race car in under six months
Stratasys FDM Technology supported the design and build of the new AMR-One race car

FRANKFURT — 28th March 2011 — (NASDAQ: SSYS) Stratasys Inc.says Aston Martin Racing (AMR) was able to meet an aggressive development schedule for its AMR-One race car by using 3D printing.
 
29/03/2011 - COMPACT LINEAR CHAIN ACTUATOR PROVIDES PUSH AND PULL
Good technical specification, an attractive price and sound application advice were the reasons why Birmingham-based Industrial Washing Machines (IWM) switched its allegiance to engineering component supplier, R. A. Rodriguez and its Framo Morat Linear Chain system. This actuator was selected to provide a robust and reliable push-pull mechanism for a system designed to wash and dry a wide range of plastic and metal bulk transport containers.
 
28/03/2011 - FLEXICON BULK HANDLING SYSTEM GIVES RISE TO IMPROVED PACKING FOR EXPORT
The recent introduction of a Flexicon Bulk Bag Discharger and Batch Weighing System at the Evesham production facility of Dawn Foods has enabled the company to transform its food processing and packing line which was initially geared to outputting bakery mix in 25kg bags to one that now has the flexibility to pack in either single 25kg bags or one-tonne bulk bags depending on requirements.
 
25/03/2011 - HBM’s eDAQ monitors hull for maximum military success
The latest British military fast landing craft demonstrator has been developed and built by QinetiQ using HBM‘s eDAQ data acquisition system as part of the testing and analysis regime. The Partial Air Cushion Supported CATamaran (PACSCAT) Innovative Solution Demonstrator Craft (ISDC) vessel is intended for use in a variety of military roles and may be suitable for commercial applications.
 
24/03/2011 - ARI-CORsys Condensate Recovery System Saves Money for Chemical Company
ARI-Armaturen, worldwide leaders in the manufacture and supply of process valves and equipment has recently supplied CORsys – its new condensate recovery system – to Kemira Chemicals UK, a leading international company serving customers in water-intensive industries including pulp & paper, oil & mining, chemicals & pharmaceuticals.
 
24/03/2011 - Ellingham Grain upgrades Pacepacker equipment to support export growth
Suffolk based Ellingham Grain, an agricultural commodities packer of dried pulses and beans, has improved product presentation and increased their capacity by upgrading two 15 year old Pacepacker sack placing and packing lines with new MKIII ticket dispensers and a FANUC R2000 robotic palletising system.
 
24/03/2011 - Solarsoft opens the door to process transformation at Southco
Southco, Inc. is an international manufacturer of specialist latches and hinges for a broad range of uses including automotive, aerospace and medical applications. Its customers include the biggest names in their fields, names who look to Southco for the highest standards of quality and reliability.
 
23/03/2011 - EXSEL PUMPS THE DOCK DRY WITH RALSPEED
Faced with the requirement to pump three million litres of water from Liverpool’s Langton Dock in just three hours, Exsel Pumps decided to rely on variable speed drive systems from Ralspeed to control the pumps it would use for this challenging project.
 
23/03/2011 - Burkert Saves £120,000 per annum - or 40% - in CIP costs for major pharmaceutical manufacturer
Converting a manual CIP process to automatic across 80 reaction vessels, using pressure transmitters, condition sensors and flow meters, has enabled Burkert to achieve savings of £120,000 per annum for a major UK pharmaceutical manufacturer.
 
 
  
 
    
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