January 20, 2015
K-Patents has released a new application note on bulk liquid chemicals identification in loading and unloading operations. Chemical plants may deal with multiple unloading stations, thus, fast and reliable interface detection is necessary for product identification and safe unloading operation.
October 15, 2014
K-Patents has released a new application note on Yeast extract preparation process. Yeast extract is a taste-giving ingredient that is used in a variety of dishes. Before proceeding to packaging or spray drying the yeast extract must be concentrated and pasteurized. This is the step where in-line Quality Control performed with the K-Patents Sanitary Refractometer PR-23-AC becomes important.
September 30, 2014
K-Patents Process Refractometer in Pharmaceutical Applications.
September 8, 2014
K-Patents has released a new application note on Tea Extract Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane Filtration. Tea extracts are heat-sensitive. Reverse osmosis, a membrane filtration process, is used to concentrate tea extracts at temperature of 25 ℃ - 30℃ (77℉ - 86℉), thus causing no changes in the physical structure of water. Moreover, concentration by RO ensures high quality of products due to the maintenance of the extract aroma and flavour, as well as its nutritional characteristics. By means of the RO membrane filtration the tea extract is concentrated to 15-18 Brix. In order to comply with the stringent product requirements, the extract concentration control is performed with K-Patents Sanitary Refractometer PR 23-AC
September 5, 2014
K-Patents has released a new application note on Polyethylene Fiber Antistatic Agent. Polyethylene fiber is known for its high strength and durability features. The material is used in a variety of applications, e.g., Tyvek® HouseWrap, vehicle covers, envelopes, medical and industrial packaging, and as protective apparel. The sheet is made by spinning extremely fine high-density polyethylene fibers fused together to produce a strong uniform web. Inside the sheet antistatic agent is applied. Before the antistatic agent is applied, it must be diluted to 1.5 or 2.5 solution. The required solution concentration is controlled using K-Patents Sanitary Compact Refractometer PR-23-AC
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