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The 2012 Machinery and Equipment Review



By Staff



Published October 4, 2012
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Buhler Inc.
40 Whitney Road
Mahwah, NJ 07430
Tel: (201) 847-0600
Fax: (201) 847-0606
www.buhlergroup.com
E-mail: rene.eisenring@buhlergroup.com

Bühler provides unique expertise in the field of wet grinding and dispersion technology. With its new full-volume bead mill Cenomic 3, Bühler presents a solution that cuts cost and increases the productivity in the production of many application fields. The Cenomic 3 offers an optimum flow capacity, with the minimal specific energy requirement. Come try our new Cenomic 3 mill in our new U.S. test center.


Hockmeyer Equipment Corp.
6 Kitty Hawk Lane
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Tel: (252) 338-4705
Fax: (252) 338-6540
www.hockmeyer.com
E-mail: mcmanus@hockmeyer.com
The latest innovations to Hockmeyer’s HCP Series Mills are the Auger and Porous Containment Wall. The Auger optimizes the flow of material through the mill, while the Containment Wall allows for the retention of smaller media than ever before. The Polymeric Containment Wall, combined with our ceramic pegs and polymeric lining, allow us to offer the first HCP Immersion Mill with a nonmetallic grind chamber.


Phoseon Technology
7425 NW Evergreen Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Tel: (503) 439-6446
Fax: (503) 439-6408
www.phoseon.com
E-mail: info@phoseon.com

Phoseon Technology introduces the highest-powered member of their air-cooled product line, the FireJet FJ200 series. These 8 W/cm2 products are designed for the coating and digital inkjet markets, where rock-solid reliability and simple integration are key requirements.


IGT Testing Systems
Keienbergweg 25
Amsterdam 1101 EX, The Netherlands
Tel: : +31 20 409 9300
Fax: +31 20 697 4842
www.igt.nl
E-mail: info@igt.nl

The TackOscope measures the tack of printing inks and other pastes.
The new TackOscope 3 is a much more compact version of its predecessor because external components (water bath and computer) are now integrated in the equipment. The measuring and distribution roller have been fitted with an auto-lift system to improve test reproducibility. A version with integrated LithOscope is also available.


Schold Machine Corp.
7201 W. 64th Place
Chicago, IL 60638
Tel: (800) 4-MIXERS
Fax: (708) 458-3866
www.schold.com
Email: schold@schold.com

The Ultra Clean Variable Speed Horizontal Media Mill includes non-metallic agitator disks, spacers, urethane chamber liner, hardened stainless steel variable geometry adjustable rotary filter screen and carbide associated carbide gap, zone cooled grinding chamber, pressurized and cooled carbide to carbide mechanical seals, as well as an integral clean out media drop sloped tray with slide out filter screen and portable media discharge bin.


CB Mills
1300 Northwestern Ave.
Gurnee, IL 60031
Tel: (847) 662-4000
Fax: (847) 662-4009
www.cbmills.com
E-mail: sales@cbmills.com

CB Mill’s Dyno-Mill ECM AP is a high efficiency advanced process mill utilizing down to 0.1 mm media, perfect for single pass and recirculation milling with much higher throughputs. It has the ability to grind in the nanometer range and to process highly viscous products. The new separation system of the Dyno-Mill ECM AP improves handling of foaming products and increases screen life.


Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
11 Commerce Blvd.
Middleboro, MA 02346
Tel: (508) 946-6200
Fax: (508) 946-6262
www.brookfieldengineering.com
E-mail: sales@brookfieldengineering.com

The DV-II+Pro EXTRA Viscometer provides continuous viscosity sensing, temperature measurement and data display. The versatile viscometer can be configured to run automated tests for comprehensive flow curve characterization without operator involvement. Theer are many extras, including Ball Bearing Suspension System, EZ-Lock Spindle Coupling and the Quick Action Lab Stand.


HarperScientific
11625 Steele Creek Road
Charlotte, NC 28273 


Tel: (704) 588-3371
Fax: (704) 588-3819
www.harperimage.com 


E-mail: customer@harperimage.com

The Phantom QD Proofer motorized unit is the latest addition to Harper’s breakthrough family of quick drawdown proofers.This unit features a variable speed from 100 to 400 inches per minute and 110-volt power capability. Harper is offering the motorized option on its 800mm table length Phantom QD. By adding a motor to drive the proofer over the table length, Harper now has successfully eliminated another process variable.


Membrana
13800 South Lakes Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28273


Tel: (704) 587-8888
Fax: (704) 587-8610
www.liqui-cel.com
E-mail: marketing_CLTP@membrana.com

SuperPhobic Contactors can simplify and improve the digital printing process by debubbling ink jet inks before they are jetted. Degassing removes bubbles that can cause starvation to the print head and foaming at the filler. SuperPhobic Contactors are field proven and are successfully operating in printers around the world.


NETZSCH Premier Technologies, LLC
125 Pickering Way
Exton, PA 19341
Tel: (484) 879-2020
Fax: (610) 280-1299
www.netzsch.com
E-mail: info.npt@netzsch.com

The Netzsch OMEGA brings many technical benefits, including efficient dispersion, small particle sizes, significantly reduced heat, reproducibility and easy cleaning/product changing. Applications for OMEGA include printing inks, paints, pigment dispersions; cosmetic and skin care products, ointments, creams; cell disruption; food and beverages, peanut butter, baby food, juices and egg products; milk products, sour cream, yogurt, condensed milk; carbon nano tubes; and pharmaceutical products.


Harper Corporation of America
11625 Steele Creek Road
Charlotte, NC 28273
Tel: (704) 588-3371
Fax: (704) 588-3819
www.harperimage.com 


E-mail:info@harperimage.com

Harper Bridge Sleeves are made of carbon fiber with a "Flow-Thru" feature that allows secondary air to permeate the system to make it easy to mount plate sleeves or I.T.R. plates. Additionally, the patent-pending replaceable notch system can incorporate a straight, bayonet or custom notch design, allowing for use with a variety of presses.


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