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PCC Adds New Regional Sales Representative
Tim McElhany will serve as sales representative for Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
Process Control Corp. Hires New Sales Reps
Process Control Corp., Atlanta, has hired new regional sales peps for the Northeast and Great Lakes regions.
To Improve Feeder Performance, Start by Understanding Three Key Components
These are the screw trough, agitator, and the screw itself. It’s crucial to understand the different types and the advantages/disadvantages of each.
Captive Molder Gives New Blenders A ‘Whirl’
By updating presses with multi-component blenders, Whirley Drinkworks drastically slashes colorant costs.
CLOSING ALL THE LOOPS: ‘Talking’ Machines Pave the Way for Processing Plants of Tomorrow
At the convergence of smarter equipment, open communication protocols, and more powerful networks, a new shop floor emerges where groups of intelligent machines work seamlessly as integrated systems.
Kansas State Opens First Bulk Solids Innovation Center
It's the first research facility of its kind in North America.
Processor ‘Ties’ Business To Railroad Infrastructure
IntegriCo Composites expands and adds new capabilities to produce compression molded railroad ties from recycled materials.
Auxiliaries AT NPE: New Controls Link Auxiliaries
Industry 4.0—the internet of things—is bringing a new level of connectivity to auxiliary equipment. Here’s a rundown of developments there, along with other news in auxiliaries from the show.
Wittmann Battenfeld Previews New Technologies For Composites & Cell Integration
Open house in Austria offered a vision of a future with controls linking injection machines to a wide range of auxiliaries. Wittmann also signaled its debut in composite organosheet overmolding—with an added twist.
Shanghai’s Sonner Establishes U.S. Presence in Akron, Exhibits at NPE
Shanghai based Sonner Technology used its first NPE to further establish the auxiliary equipment supplier in the North American market.