Find out the differences between four different types of food mixers.
3-A Symbol Authorization program is a certificate that represents the pinnacle of quality for hygienic standards of processing equipment in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. 3-A Authorization is based on ANSI requirements and
Industrial mixers are built to last, but what do you do when your needs change significantly? As much as we try to build mixers that anticipate future needs of our customers, after a decade or two—anything can happen. For customers in fast-moving
Clean-In-Place (CIP) often appeals to food processors because on the surface, it seems like an easy methodology that can save labor costs and time in cleaning food processing equipment. Purchasing CIP equipment is a major investment, so it
Food processing always requires a high level of sanitation, as outlined in our blogs Reducing Risk with 3-A Authorization, Leaning In: Safety in Cleaning Mixers, and Top 3 Considerations in Choosing a Mixer for Food Processing.
The top 3 considerations in food processing are sanitation, sanitation, and sanitation. For that reason, you’ll find plenty of information on sanitation in our Food Processing Handbook as well on our blog Reducing Risk with 3-A Authorization and the
The agitator is the heart of your industrial mixer. Agitators have different qualities that are appropriate for different mixes. Sanitary agitators need to have welded rather than bolted surfaces. For some types of mixes, gentle mixing is
Selecting the proper thermal processing equipment is a critical decision for companies in the burgeoning cannabis and hemp market. It’s not just about the immediate capital cost of the machine, which represents a significant investment, but the
The first commercial microwave oven was officially introduced in 1946. Commonly referred to as the Radarange, it was an innovation derived from short-range radar technology originally developed in World War II. Microwaves have been used