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8/28/2013

Micro-Ingredient Feeder to Debut at K 2013

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K-Tron will introduce a low-rate, micro-ingredient feeder.

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One new item to appear at next month’s K 2013 show in Düsseldorf, Germany, came to our attention too late for inclusion with other auxiliary equipment (see Keeping Up). K-Tron, Pitman, N.J., will introduce a low-rate, micro-ingredient feeder, available with 12- or 16-mm twin-screw or single-screw feeding modules. Overall capacity is 20 cc to 27 liters/hr.

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