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Dust explosions are rare, but when they happen, they can easily be fatal. The danger is compounded by several factors: it can be hard to detect a dangerous level of dust, factory and grain-storage facility operators often become complacent, and the explosions are typically sudden....

Rotary shaft seals, with their proven ability to prevent leaks, play an important role in maintaining safe and productive conditions within sugar processing plants. Within these factories, potentially dangerous problems like accumulation of sugar dust in the air are preventable if the right steps are...

Being USDA certified isn’t for every grower, food processor or commercial kitchen. That said, it’s becoming more and more expected by the people who buy products from these organizations, so it might be something to look into. Just what does being certified by the United States...

Commercial bakeries—and bakers in general—don’t have to look far for advice on how to maintain a tilt bowl dough mixer, slurry seal mixer, or other bakery equipment. Good tips on industrial bakery supplies are plentiful on the internet from bakery equipment manufacturers. But the information on...

Rotary shaft seals, with their ability to prevent leaks and contamination in manufacturing equipment, offer significant benefits to industrial chocolate making. Producing this sweet confection involves the use of holding and melting tanks, conches, cocoa refiners, sugar screw conveyors, industrial mixers, and more. At each...

It could be argued that beverage powder mixes were made famous by a big red talking pitcher busting through walls and space travel. But, of course, these convenient, just-add-water products have grown in popularity until it’s just about impossible to overlook them. They’re available through...

  Americans consume roughly 504 lbs. of paper products per person per year. These products range from corrugated cardboard to packing paper, toilet tissue and many other items most people would consider indispensable in their lives. This dependence on paper helps drive an industry that, in...

  Most pump failures result from seal failure. That’s the conclusion of William Burke, a fluid sealing specialist. An article he wrote for Pumps & Systems magazine in 1996 has been used as a handout by the Central States Water Environment Association as recently as 2017. The...

  It’s no small thing that CinchSeal rotary shaft seals hold the “accepted” designation from the United States Department of Agriculture. This label alone separates CinchSeal from its competition and adds to an assurance that the seals will prevent contamination. Nowhere more than in dairy processing is...