Jun 30 1998This application is a 35 U S C 371 of PCT/DK95/00062 which is now WO95/22352 BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The invention relates to a method for the pasteurization of a continuous line of products in an apparatus having a heating area a pasteurization area and a cooling area as well as means of conveyance for carrying the Traditional TPM The traditional approach to TPM was developed in the 1960s and consists of 5S as a foundation and eight supporting activities (sometimes referred to as pillars) The traditional TPM model consists of a 5S foundation (Sort Set in Order Shine Standardize and Sustain) and eight supporting activities

Methods of Measuring the Flow of Water in Open Channels

The tracer-dilution method requires specialized equipment and experienced personnel As a result it is relatively expensive method of measuring flow rates Tracer-dilution methods can vary considerably in accuracy from +/- 1% to over 30% depending upon the equipment used experience of the personnel and the accuracy of the measuring equipment

SIR methods are distinguished from continuous in-tank leak detection methods by how inventory delivery and dispensing data are processed and provide a determination of the release status of the tank (or piping) SIR data are processed on a periodic basis involving a separate analysis that is performed either by a SIR vendor or SIR software

Method and apparatus for continuous casting especially casting of steel that can easily provide high quality steel that has no central segregation and central porosity In other words in the method and apparatus central defects are to be eliminated first by identifying the solidifying conditions in the full range from the meniscus (the surface position of the upper portion of

Apparatus and Method for continuous Production of Semiconductor Nanoparticles Summary Technology Description This technology is a continuous-flow injection reactor and a method for continuous material synthesis including the continuous synthesis of nanoparticles The reactor features a mixing zone unit and a removable residence time unit

Information and Guidelines A continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) is the total equipment necessary for the determination of a gas or particulate matter concentration or emission rate using pollutant analyzer measurements and a conversion equation graph or computer program to produce results in units of the applicable emission limitation or standard

EMC: Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems

Information and Guidelines A continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) is the total equipment necessary for the determination of a gas or particulate matter concentration or emission rate using pollutant analyzer measurements and a conversion equation graph or computer program to produce results in units of the applicable emission limitation or standard

Depending of the properties of your product you may consider direct or indirect heating of your product freeze or vacuum drying solutions continuous fluid bed or belt dryers We have experience with a wide range of innovative drying equipment and technologies for powders granules pastes slurries

Drilling methods for deep foundations The most common drilling methods in deep foundation are Kelly drilling continuous flight auger drilling full displacement drilling double rotary drilling drilling with hammer grab reverse circulation air injection drilling and down-the-hole drilling

Oct 01 2016Lumina Imaging/Getty Images Nonviable particulate and viable microbiological surveillance are used to evaluate the design and control of a current good manufacturing practice (cGMP)-manufacturing environment The nonviable particulate monitoring program plays an important role as it is used on a routine basis to verify the maintenance of air classifications

The materials equipment logistics and management support required for voting operations staff training will vary according to the training methodology adopted (for alternative training methodologies see Training Methodology) For example using a simultaneous training model is likely to require more intensive facilities and greater

A method of water purification including the steps of passing source water through at least one reverse osmosis unit to produce a product water and reject water directing the product water from a reverse osmosis unit into the dilution stream of a continuous electrodeionization unit directing the reject water from the first pass reverse osmosis unit through a softening unit to produce

The present invention relates to a continuous method and associated apparatus for the sterilization of drinks contained in bottles of plastics material in particular in bottles of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) In particular the present invention relates to an apparatus for the continuous sterilization of bottled drinks of the rotary or

A Soxhlet extractor is a piece of laboratory apparatus invented in 1879 by Franz von Soxhlet It was originally designed for the extraction of a lipid from a solid material Typically Soxhlet extraction is used when the desired compound has a limited solubility in a solvent and the impurity is insoluble in that solvent It allows for unmonitored and unmanaged operation while

Drilling methods for deep foundation

Drilling methods for deep foundations The most common drilling methods in deep foundation are Kelly drilling continuous flight auger drilling full displacement drilling double rotary drilling drilling with hammer grab reverse circulation air injection drilling and down-the-hole drilling

Method and apparatus for the pasteurization of a continuous line of products (PAT - US5772958) NIELSEN JORGEN TAGE SANDER HANSEN A S Patent: United STATES Patent - United States Application: US19960693295 on 1996-08-16 Publication: 1998-06-30 Abstract PCT No PCT/DK95

The present invention concerns a method and an apparatus (1) for continuous tempering of chocolate-like masses said apparatus (1) comprising at least two cooling zones (Z1 Zk) and a subsequent reheating zone (Z2) for the mass Each of the zones has its own separately controllable cooling medium circuit and heating medium circuit respectively (10 11 and 12

Information and Guidelines A continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) is the total equipment necessary for the determination of a gas or particulate matter concentration or emission rate using pollutant analyzer measurements and a conversion equation graph or computer program to produce results in units of the applicable emission limitation or standard

This method does introduce some new technology as it requires a bubble trap and anti-fog windows 43 To be compliant with this method the turbidity sensor must be able to withstand up to 30 psig of pressure 43 Mitchell Method M5271 is applicable in the range from 0-40 NTU Mitchell Method M5331