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  1. Microfeeding Technology Promises Improved Efficiency And Automation
    11/2/2008
    Spurred by the pharmaceutical industry’s demand for continuous, low-rate powder feeders, where an hour’s worth of material might be as small as a teaspoon of sugar and accuracy is measured in milligrams, the development of precision microfeeding technology today opens up new avenues of operation and efficiency improvements for processors in a variety of industries. To realise its full promise, however, microfeeding requires that especially rigorous attention is paid to every aspect of feeder design and application. By K-Tron Process Group
  2. White Paper: Microfeeding Technology Promises Improved Efficiency And Automation
    11/2/2008
    Spurred by the pharmaceutical industry’s demand for continuous, low-rate powder feeders, where an hour’s worth of material might be as small as a teaspoon of sugar and accuracy is measured in milligrams, the development of precision microfeeding technology today opens up new avenues of operation and efficiency improvements for processors in a variety of industries. To realise its full promise, however, microfeeding requires that especially rigorous attention is paid to every aspect of feeder design and application. By K-Tron Process Group
  3. Technical Paper: Controlled And Sustained Release Of Ingredients
    8/6/2008
    Customers are constantly demanding the highest quality and integrity in the nutritional supplements they consume. They want products that taste good and provide health benefits based on superior performance ingredients
  4. Douglas Model 1536-SPW Scale Parts Washer
    6/25/2008
    Douglas Scale Parts Washers are designed to quickly and efficiently clean detachable scale parts such as buckets, chutes and feeder pans. Specialized wash racks can be loaded at the weigh station and transported to the washer for easy cleaning
  5. Tablet Press Lubricant Feeder
    6/24/2008
    The K-Tron Tablet Press Feeder offers an automated, nearly constant feed rate, offering uniform coating of the tablet tools and avoiding sticking problems. The benefits of its use include reduction in the consumption of stearate, lowering material and operating costs, and improved product quality.
  6. Feeding and Vacuum Conveying Application Examples in Food Processing
    3/31/2008
    The traditional process of Mixing of breakfast cereals with dried fruits (e.g. raisins, apple pieces, nuts, banana slices) involves feeding all ingredients one after the other into a vessel
  7. Choosing The Right Refill Design For Pharmaceutical Loss-In-Weight Feeders
    3/26/2008
    As the pharmaceutical industry continues to investigate and utilize continuous manufacturing practices, the roles of loss-in-weight (LIW) feeders and the subsequent accurate and consistent refill of these feeders are critical to the overall process. Submitted by K-Tron Process Group
  8. Brother Mobile Solutions: PocketJet 3 Plus Kit: 300-dpi Integrated USB/IrDA
    3/12/2008
    At barely over 10" long and 1 lb. in weight, the new Brother PocketJet® 3Plus fits easily into your briefcase, computer bag, or can be quickly mounted in any vehicle or small work area. The PocketJet 3Plus has fully integrated USB and IrDA ports. Using advanced Direct Thermal Printing Technology, the Brother PocketJet 3Plus eliminates the need for messy and expensive ink, toner, or ribbons.
  9. Product Brochure: Innovative Feeding And Material Handling Solutions For The Pharmaceutical And Nutraceutical Industries
    3/12/2008
    Product Brochure: Innovative Feeding And Material Handling Solutions
  10. Product Sheet: PocketJet 3 Plus
    3/2/2008
    Product Sheet: PocketJet 3 Plus