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The high-speed spouted pouch filling machines are state-of-the-art for line speed, quality and reliability and have been in operation at the Deutsche SiSi production facility in Eppelheim supporting the Capri Sonne and Capri Sun business in Germany as well as the United Kingdom.
The spouted pouch is designed for active on-the-go products that are ideal for today's fast-paced and mobile consumer.
Originally developed as a pharmaceutical technique, spouted bed granulation and micro encapsulation are now increasingly being applied to tune the effect of Pancosma's functional plant extract ingredients.
Vikari added: "A better understanding of the biopharmaceutical mechanisms through applying spouted bed granulation and encapsulation may also help in designing rational dosage regimes and improving the cost-effectiveness of plant extracts as natural growth promoters in modern livestock production.
The local particle velocity and local voidage in the spouted beds were determined by an optical probe using a Particle Velocity Analyzer version 4 (PV4A) manufactured by the Institute of Process Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
As summarized by Mathur and Epstein (1974), a variety of spout shapes can be identified in conventional axisymmetric spouted beds.
Supply of machines to make and fill spouted pouches is the latest step in the Clifton Group's commitment to offering a one-stop packaging solution to its clients.
When International Paper came to us with the spouted carton idea, we decided that we wanted to be the pioneers in the flavored category.
The objective of the work reported here was to investigate the potential of a spouted bed for coating comparatively large particles, to measure the resulting coating uniformity, and to develop a statistical model for variation in the particle-to-particle coating amount, using particle trajectory data obtained from a unique particle tracking method--positron emission particle tracking (PEPT).
The spouted bed is a well-known particle mobilization technique which is favoured over conventional fluidization for large particles (approximately > 1 mm).
Spouted beds were introduced in 1954 by Gishler and Mathur (1957) for drying of grains, especially wheat.
To optimize and control spouted bed operation, the system hydrodynamics need to be well characterized and defined (Xu et al.