Scott Process Equipment — Proud Corporate Sponsor and Suppliers Day Exhibitor
NYIFT Suppliers Day & Career Fair — The Largest IFT Expo on the East Coast
Meadowlands Expo Center, 355 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, NJ 07094
This Expo and Career Fair is open to all segments of the food and related industries. You will meet with companies and representatives from the beverages, dairy, seafood, baking, confectionery, pet, vitamins, nutraceuticals, fruit & vegetables, meats & poultry, retail foods, food service, packaging, processing, laboratory equipment, sanitation, analytical testing, computer technology/software, and many more!
Looking forward to seeing you at the show … Booth # 324
Do you want to know how to rapidly dissolve sugar at ambient temperature. Use the link below to view the two videos illustrating how Silverson High Shear Mixers can accelerate the solubilzation process.
Watson-Marlow pumps are designed to pump viscous products with ease but not every customer knows the actual viscosity of their product. Most products are shear-thinning and this can sometimes lead to the misapplication of a pump.
Watson-Marlow now offers viscosity testing on customer supplied samples which will allow us to recommend the perfect products for every application.
We anticipate this program is not to be used for every application, but as a way of engineering to work with our customers when there are questions about the product and which solution should be provided.
The first sample, per customer, will be free of charge. Additional samples can be tested but there will be a charge for each submission. The viscosity information along with application details (desired flow rates, suction and discharge piping length/diameter, temperature, etc.) will ensure that we have properly sized a Watson-Marlow pump for the application.
While we are pleased to offer this testing please be aware that it is usually completed within 1 to 2 weeks, which will add time to the normal quotation process.
Please contact your Scott4U engineer for additional information.
Chemical Engineering |
Readco’s Continuous Processors (photo) feature a proprietary design that ensures the fast-reacting materials used to process rigid polymeric foams are mixed, gelled and reacted entirely within the sealed reactor barrel before they begin to cure. Allowing foam formation and curing to occur entirely downstream, the Continuous Processors eliminate the risk of premature curing inside the barrel, along with its requisite, labor-intensive cleaning and safety concerns. Developed for producing foams, such as polyurethane, polystyrene, polyethylene and other materials that cure instantaneously, the Continuous Processors strategically introduce isocyanates, blowing agents and other reactants at key points in the process to efficiently produce a uniform, homogeneous dispersion of materials within a tight residence time. Targeted specifications for strength, cell morphology, thermal conductivity and other properties are consistently achieved.
Scott Process, Your Engineering and Process Equipment Resource, offers a robust product line; mixers, pumps, sensors, controllers, and heat transfer equipment, proudly representing premier manufacturers like Readco. Engineers first, with decades of experience, the Scott4U team is focused on finding the right process equipment or integrated system for your unique application. Contact us to schedule a call, video conference, onsite visit, or equipment trial.
Readco’s Continuous Processors feature a design that allow safe operation while running on empty.
(Powder & Bulk Solids — 4/30/2020)
These continuous processors feature a proprietary power transmission design and bearing configuration that allow safe operation while running on empty.
An upgrade versus extruders that must rely on the material to guard against metal to metal contact with the barrel, the continuous processors automatically prevent the mixing elements from contacting the barrel and eliminate risk of contamination from metal to metal contact to allow safe startup without any material in the process. By loading the recipe, raising the barrel temperature, and verifying the system settings while running empty, the continuous processor saves on both material and energy at every startup.
When shutting down for cleaning or maintenance, the continuous processors may be run on empty to allow the designed-in, self-wiping action of the mixing elements to automatically purge approximately 95% of the material from inside the mixing chamber. This advantage minimizes the need for chemical cleaning agents, offering cost savings and environmental protections in systems requiring solvents for cleaning.
Ideal for food, chemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, and other processors concerned about speeding production and reducing costs, the continuous processors are custom engineered for each installation to discharge a uniform, homogeneous end product that meets a variety of targeted specifications. The systems are designed based on product testing conducted on full-size equipment with customer formulations in the company’s on-site testing laboratory.
NAM Pres. and CEO J Timmons
Committed to being part of the solution every step of the way to protect the health and well-being
of our communities and country, manufacturers play a Critical Role in the COVID 19 Response.
As you confront fluctuations in supply and demand and changes in production
and operations, rest assure, Scott4U is available via email, phone, or video conference.
We can efficiently procure critical spare parts now and help avoid extended lead times in Q2-Q4.
(U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams, commenting on the corona-virus outbreak)
Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global corona-virus pandemic is affecting all of our families, our businesses, our communities, and our way of life. First and foremost, our hearts go out to anyone who’s been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly and grateful to those who work tirelessly to care for people in need.
Scott Process is taking all necessary precautions; Scott4U team members work remotely, and are adhering to CDC guidelines, while assisting our customers overcome the myriad of challenges caused by COVID-19.
Businesses are confronting significant and unique challenges including:
Preparedness is key and Scott4U is here to help you.
If you need immediate help securing parts or equipment for your facility, please contact a Scott4U engineer via email: Sales@Scott4U.com or phone: (973) 729-7971 x 101.
In this rapidly changing environment Scott4U is here to help our neighbors and customers.
About Scott Process
Since 1989, Scott Process Equipment has focused on helping customers in the Bio-Pharm, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Food & Beverage, Industrial, Personal Care Products, Cosmetics, Plastics and Polymers industry solve design problems. Scott Process Equipment Corp offers a robust product line, proudly representing pump, mixer, homogenizer, powder blender, sensor, controller, scale, valve, filling system, polymer test equipment, strainer, and heat transfer equipment manufacturers.
Engineers first, the sales team is focused on finding the right process equipment or an integrated system for each unique application. Decades of experience ensures their knowledge of equipment and the processing industry.
Honest, straight-forward and service-oriented professionals committed to their customers, Scott Process is Your Engineering and Process Equipment Resource.
The National Association of Manufacturers is the largest manufacturing association in the United States, representing small and large manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. Manufacturing employs more than 12.8 million men and women, contributes $2.37 trillion to the U.S. economy annually and has the largest economic multiplier of any major sector and accounts for 63% of private-sector research and development.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
NYIFT announced on March 11th that as a result of corporate travel restrictions, and their commitment to the health and safety of everyone involved due to the concern of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), they have made the decision to POSTPONE its NYIFT Suppliers Day Expo, Technical Seminar and Career Fair originally planned for Wednesday, March 25, 2020, to Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
Please stay safe and healthy and mark your calendars for September.
Technical Seminar – 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
“CBD & Hemp in Edibles: 2020 & Beyond”
View Program Below
Expo & Career Fair – 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Scott4U Booth 223
After Show Reception – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Meadowlands Expo Center
355 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, NJ 07094
Scott Process and the New York Institute of Food Technologists (NYIFT) invites you to participate in our largest event of the year being held on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, NJ. Returning to last year’s location. This Expo and Career Fair is open to all segments of the food and related industries. You will meet with companies and representatives from the beverages, dairy, seafood, baking, confectionery, pet, vitamins, nutraceuticals, fruit & vegetables, meats & poultry, retail foods, food service, packaging, processing, laboratory equipment, sanitation, analytical testing, computer technology/software, and many more! There will be over 250 exhibitors!
Technical Seminar Program
Viscosity of Xanthan Gum at various concentrations – The first video shows the viscosity and flow characteristics of correctly hydrated Xanthan gum solutions at a range of viscosities up to 6%. All samples were dispersed and hydrated using a Silverson High Shear mixer. A food grade Xanthan gum was used but it should be noted that results can vary widely according to the brand and grade of gum used. The mixing system will also have an effect on the final viscosity obtained as incorrect dispersion and hydration can cause agglomerates in the mix which will reduce the yield of thickening effect. The example here illustrates the viscosity and flow characteristics that can be expected with maximised yield when a solution is prepared using a Silverson mixer.
The Silverson Viscosity Comparison Guide – The 2nd video is a simple guide to the different viscosity (thickness) of everyday products. This guide is useful for gauging the viscosity of the product you are mixing, all products shown in this video can be processed using a Silverson mixer.
The incorporation of CBD into foods – as well as cosmetics and pharmaceuticals – is becoming one of the fastest growing trends in the process industry. Cannabidiol, also known as CBD is an oil derived from cannabis. It contains none of the psychoactive ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), so there is no ‘high’ from it. A variety of different products such as beverages, gummies, snacks and baked foods containing CBD oil are now available. Silverson mixers are increasingly being used for R&D and small scale production in this emerging market.
If you’d like to learn more, please view video in the Silverson Gallery
As seen in Processing Magazine By Frank Sequino June 10, 2019
Recalls and cross-contamination issues continue to plague food and beverage producers. Quite often, the problem can be traced back to a process step that is done in an open vessel. The pharmaceutical industry has addressed this by using closed vessels with magnetically driven agitators known as mag mixers, but the continued growth of the use of mag mixers is not limited to applications in the pharmaceutical market. There are also significant advantages in the food and beverage markets.
Mag mixers have been a staple in pharmaceutical processes since their inception, but there has always been an imaginary dividing line between the sanitary requirements in the pharmaceutical industry and those of other sanitary industries. For example, “clean” in the food and beverage industry isn’t the same as “clean” in the pharmaceutical industry. That line is becoming blurrier every day. Today, terms like ultraclean, ultrasanitary and hygienic are commonly used, but their interpretation seems to vary from one person to the next. Regardless of one’s interpretation, it is easy to see that the food and beverage industry is heading in the direction of the pharmaceutical industry in terms of sanitary practices. As product recalls grow more prevalent, the need for the industry to have isolation and containment during processing has never been more prominent.
Figure 1. Anatomy of a mag mixer