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PRODUCTS

  • RetrievOx™ Aeration Technology
    RetrievOx™ Aeration Technology

    The RetrievOx™ aeration system is an aeration device utilized in numerous wastewater treatment applications, including biological processes, sludge digestion, holding tanks and post aeration. Each RetrievOx™ assembly consists of a grid of tubular fine bubble diffusers, guide track, and hoisting mechanism. The grids are located around the perimeter of the tank for access from walkways or work platforms. A portable electric winch is utilized to raise the diffuser grid to the top of the tank where it is accessible by plant staff for inspection, cleaning and replacement of diffusers. 

  • Long Range Thermal Zoom Camera Family: Vinden LR Series
    Long Range Thermal Zoom Camera Family: Vinden LR Series

    Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden LR Series of cameras are designed to provide long range thermal imaging with powerful continuous zoom for thermal and multi-sensor defense systems in defense, security, surveillance, border, port, and base security applications. Several zoom lenses at 25 - 150 mm, 25 - 225 mm, or 40 - 300 mm are available to offer a narrow horizontal field of view (HFOV) as small as 1.5° without compromise to optical speed or sensitivity.

  • Hygienic Round Top Removal (HRT) Filter
    Hygienic Round Top Removal (HRT) Filter

    The new Schenck Process 3-A approved Hygienic Round Top Removal (HRT) Filter is designed for sanitary applications where dust collection is required in low-capacity pneumatic conveying systems such as vacuum loading of extruders or refilling minor/micro hoppers.  

  • Automotive Lighting
    Automotive Lighting

    SCHOTT Lighting and Imaging has more than two decades of expertise in OEM and Tier1 solutions for the automotive industry. Available solutions include functional and ambient lighting for automobile interiors, optoelectronic sub-systems for head and taillights, and fiber optic components for in-car infotainment.

  • Methane/Acetylene Analyzer (CH<sub>4</sub>, C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>2</sub>, H<sub>2</sub>O) - Ultraportable
    Methane/Acetylene Analyzer (CH4, C2H2, H2O) - Ultraportable

    LGR’s new Ultraportable Methane/Acetylene Analyzer (UMAA) reports measurements of methane, acetylene and water vapor simultaneously in a package that is compact, crushproof and travels anywhere. Small enough to be carried on-board aircraft (TSA approved size) and requiring about 60 watts (including pump), the UMAA offers opportunities to measure anywhere. As with all LGR instruments, the UMAA is simple to use which makes it ideal for landfill tracer studies, compliance monitoring, leak detection, air quality studies, process monitoring, and wherever measurements of methane, acetylene and water vapor are needed.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • On-Line Gas Analyzer Improves Shelf Life For Meat Processing Company
    On-Line Gas Analyzer Improves Shelf Life For Meat Processing Company

    Bye-bye manual testing: Replaced by new on-line gas analyzer. This case study examines how a meat processing company made the switch from manually and randomly testing of its packages five times each day to an on-line headspace analyzer for its Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) products.

  • Aeration System Solves Lagoon Odors And High Maintenance Problems
    Aeration System Solves Lagoon Odors And High Maintenance Problems

    A large vegetable processing facility was experiencing problems with its lagoon surface aerators. The company’s treatment process includes a collection and screening assembly, two anaerobic stabilization ponds and a 40 million gallon aerated lagoon.

  • Choosing The Best Red Meat Detection Process
    Choosing The Best Red Meat Detection Process

    Today’s meat processors must overcome many challenges. X-Ray, Metal Detection, and Checkweighing have become clear choices in delivering the best solution to overcome these challenges.

  • ERP Boosts Traceability And Efficiency For Citrus Fruit Processor
    ERP Boosts Traceability And Efficiency For Citrus Fruit Processor

    This Case Study examines how and ERP system helps eliminate manual data entry, tracks product both forward and backward in the supply chain, and helps in conducting mock recalls for third-party audits.

  • Valve Manifold Design Within The Food & Beverage Industry
    Valve Manifold Design Within The Food & Beverage Industry

    The food & beverage industry, like many others, where the production system relies on processing a range of individual, expensive materials, is in a perpetual pursuit for improved production efficiency and flexibility. Each individual component within the processing environment is assessed for performance and its interoperability with the other components within the system. Every element has the potential to act as an enabler and as a limiter of throughput while also having to meet the increasing demands set by industry safety standards and local legislation.

  • Modular, Flexible, Or Both? Keys To Biomanufacturing Facility Design
    Modular, Flexible, Or Both? Keys To Biomanufacturing Facility Design

    In addition to traditional brick-and-mortar facilities, there are a range of alternative facility designs, including modular container, modular stick-built, isolator, and autonomous cleanroom POD designs

  • Roy Hill Iron Ore Optimizes Water Infrastructure Design And Operations For AUD 10 Billion Mining Facility
    Roy Hill Iron Ore Optimizes Water Infrastructure Design And Operations For AUD 10 Billion Mining Facility

    In the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 1,200 kilometers northeast of Perth, Roy Hill Iron Ore (Roy Hill) is developing an open pit, bulk mining facility capable of processing 55 megatons of iron ore annually. Set to be the country’s largest iron ore mining operation, the AUD 10 billion project includes a water supply and dewatering network spanning 300 square kilometers that needs continuous adapting to meet the changing mining and ore processing requirements over the 20-year life of the mine (LOM).

  • How Business Software Resolves Traceability Issues
    How Business Software Resolves Traceability Issues

    If any of your activities include processing, packaging, labeling, storing, selling and/ or shipping seafood products, then traceability plays a key role in your working life. The need for lot tracking backwards and forwards across the supply chain has never been more front-of-mind than today, in this era of growing pressure for fast, effective recalls – that pressure being applied by the government, your customers and their customers (consumers).

  • How Data-Driven Insights Are Vital For Profitable Edible Oil Production
    How Data-Driven Insights Are Vital For Profitable Edible Oil Production

    Producers of edible oils and related by-products are best served by designing new processing plants and upgrading existing ones with highly integrated, data-driven digitalization technologies, which can help lower fixed costs to boost operating margins.

  • A Measurement Solution To Accurately Monitor Levels Of 93% Sulfuric Acid
    A Measurement Solution To Accurately Monitor Levels Of 93% Sulfuric Acid

    A chemical processing company in Beumont, Texas was having difficultly finding an instrument that could monitor the level on various chemical tanks with very corrosive properties.

  • How Magnetic Separation Equipment Helps Eliminate Contamination Risks
    How Magnetic Separation Equipment Helps Eliminate Contamination Risks

    Foods from tree nuts require constant attention to eliminate contamination. This case study shows how metal detectors and magnetic separation equipment maintain product purity at Cache Creek Foods.

  • NUSHOP POS And Online Ordering Partners With Star Micronics Print Technology To Revolutionize Profitability & Productivity For SMB Restaurants And Retailers
    NUSHOP POS And Online Ordering Partners With Star Micronics Print Technology To Revolutionize Profitability & Productivity For SMB Restaurants And Retailers

    When it comes to point of sale (POS) and online ordering technology, it can be difficult for small and medium sized businesses (SMB) to compete with the resources of large chain competitors. Gone are the days where it was enough to have an in-store POS system. In today’s omnichannel marketplace, it’s imperative for restaurants and retailers to have a website. Not only that, but consumers have come to expect the convenience of online ordering. For SMBs, the costs (not to mention the time) to keep POS and online ordering technologies functioning seamlessly, are dizzying.

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