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Packaging World March 6, 2013
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Thermo Fisher Scientific
Metal detection vs. X-ray inspection: What's best for food safety? Metal detection vs. X-ray inspection: What's best for food safety?
Market-driven as well as regulatory mandates keep raising the bar for food processors seeking proper detection of foreign contaminants in food products. This white paper from Thermo Fisher Scientific explains the differences between technologies as well as how and where each is best.
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Triangle Package Machinery Company
Cleaner seals: Improve OEE with ultrasonic technology from Triangle Cleaner Seals: Improve OEE with Ultrasonic Technology from Triangle
Triangle‘s X-Series Bagger offers the flexibility to run Ultrasonic or heat sealing. Completely eliminate product in the seal and reduce material, energy, and maintenance costs while improving production and product quality.
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Fogg Filler
Fogg has developed an Enclosure Wash-Down System Fogg has developed an Enclosure Wash-Down System
Fogg’s Enclosure Wash-Down System is an internal system for non-product contact areas of the filler. It will quickly and effectively sanitize everything inside the guarding including the inside of the guarding walls. The only exceptions are the sensitive capper areas.
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Packaging World
Embarking on a new packaging project? Embarking on a new packaging project?
Updated! We’ve picked the brains of leading packaging experts to bring you this must-have PDF e-book. In addition to extensive updates to our 2011 knowledge base, we’ve added an all-new section on sustainability. We cut through the hype and show you what you should be focusing on when it comes to sustainability.
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Nonrecycled plastics present huge energy potential for Canada, says study
Study shows the nonrecycled plastics landfilled in Canada each year could supply enough energy to fuel 600,000+ cars or power almost 500,000 households.
Windowed bag reveals jerky has nothing to hide
All-natural beef and pork jerky product is launched in a 3-oz, flexible film pouch with a window that showcases the product’s handcrafted appeal.
Contract pharmaceutical manufacturer invests in both liquid and tube filling
Versatility and higher speeds are the two key benefits enjoyed by this Italian contract manufacturer of pharmaceutical products since two new packaging lines were installed.
BOPP bag for cat litter delivers shelf appeal, reduces damage
Dissatisfied with damage from its previous paper bags, MFM Industries, Inc. switches to polywoven BOPP bags that add strength and offer market differentiation.
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Thermo Fisher
Machine vision software
Autovision 2.0 from Microscan has a feature called Microscan Link that permits communication internally as well as externally through Ethernet IP.
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