The third issue of AFT-Quarterly 2019 is ready and waiting for your attention! The technological themes in this issue cover the use of cavitation for creating emulsions, the Array Sensor AS30 “Take a clear stand” and the pellet and tunnel freezer CRYOLINE® PE 800, as well as innovations from the fields of Ingredients and Analytics.
We wish you an interesting and informative read.
With selective technical implementation by GEA it is possible to use cavitation deliberately for improving emulsification.Hydrodynamic cavitation (.pdf)
Sensor “takes a clear position”
The AS30 array sensor with its functions for edge guiding, width and center measurement, and object positioning can solve a wide variety of automation tasks.The AS30 array sensor (.pdf)
Two processes – one freezer
The CRYOLINE® PE800 combines two processing steps – initial freezing of the pellets on an apron conveyor and subsequent complete freezing in a tunnel.The CRYOLINE® PE800 (.pdf)
Milk substitute products
Sternchemie supports producers of milk substitute products with hydrolysed sunflower lecithin. Furthermore, it offers clear advantages for bakery products.Sternchemie (.pdf)
The use of MELISA-TEK® test kits enables the reliable identification of animal species in thermally processed products.MELISA-TEK® test kits (.pdf)
DIL, the German Institute of Food Technologies, is the project coordinator of the EU project “Food in a Box” (FOX).DIL (.pdf)