June 27, 2011
The purpose of an ammonia water treatment plant is to take the ammonia, NH4, which is present in water as an impurity, out of the water. An ammonia water treatment plant in Italy, which is a customer of K-Patents, gets its water from underground and its ammonia level is about 400 ppm. The plant uses caustic (30%), active carbon and iron chloride, FeCI3, for treating the water.
June 23, 2011
The customer's company's quality assurance principles, standards and technology help maintain their reputation as one of the most trusted brands worldwide. K-Patents has numerous installations at the customers tomato plants worldwide. There are several reasons why the tomato paste producer has chosen K-Patents Sanitary Refractometers for their plants.
June 16, 2011
Here, we will introduce two food applications that have foreseeable growth potential due to functionality and convenience being the key trends in food and drinks, which provide consumer benefits, saving both time and effort. These benefits also include health, freshness, taste, versatility and ethical benefits, and are often referred to as products that suit particular needs.
June 15, 2011
The automotive urea AdBlue, also known by the generic name Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), is the registered trademark for AUS32 (Aqueous Urea Solution 32.5%). The market of this urea-based, diesel fuel emissions lowering agent has not matured and AdBlue suppliers can expect a year-on-year growth of 40-50% in the coming years.
April 26, 2011
Imperial Sugar Company (ISC) has consistently welcomed advances in production technologies designed to maximize efficiency and quality. In December of 2010, ISC Savannah Sugar Refinery in Port Wethworth, GA integrated yet another leading production technology into their sugar boiling process: the K-Patents Process Refractometer.
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