Hygienically designed food processing equipment can help manufacturers avoid food poisoning outbreaks and reduce spoilage and quality defects that may occur if equipment is not designed and installed to sound sanitary design principles. Failure to not properly maintain, clean or operate equipment or use of equipment that has not been hygienically designed can yield catastrophic results for both consumers and food producers.
METTLER TOLEDO presents a new on-demand webinar entitled “Real Time Monitoring of Polymerization Processes.” In it, Professor Tim Long of Virginia Tech explains how in situ spectroscopy provides clear insight into critical polymerization reaction characteristics to enhance results, reduce rework, and enable development of groundbreaking complex polymers.
Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) recently awarded METTLER TOLEDO the Good Design Award for its ultra-compact WMC high-precision weigh module, which is now designated with the award’s G Mark label. This designation is recognized globally for innovative design.
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