MicroThermics Wins 2011 IFT Industrial Achievement AwardMicroThermics Wins 2011 IFT Industrial Achievement Award
April 14, 2011
The processor combines indirect and steam injection processing (with vacuum cooling) into one machine, and also has a central connection panel and a hold tube bank.
These attributes allow products to be developed faster and at lower costs than traditional methods. According to IFT: By reducing failed plant trials, and incorporating the process into product development, companies reduce their R&D costs, and get products to market faster. Additionally, it works with any of their options including Touch-screen PLC Control & Data Logging Package, Plate Heat Exchangers, In-Line Homogenizer, Ultra-Clean Filler, more."
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