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AgilePlant Insider

TABLE OF CONTENTS - February 15, 2005

  
FEATURES:
Saving energy, best suppliers, susceptors

» Save your energy
» Readers' Choice Awards: Who supplies the best equipment?
» Susceptors enable a new generation of microwave foods
» New materials make all the difference

SPECIAL TO THE WEB: More ways to save energy
» Put the squeeze on utility bills
» 20 ways to save energy now
» Mission to cut energy costs saves manufacturer $300,000
» Two large energy companies join efficiency campaign
 

FOR THE FLOOR: The best of new equipment
» Product Round-Up: Packaging Equipment
» A kinder, gentler seasoning application system
» New-and-improved hose for food and beverage transfer
 


 
FEATURES: Saving energy, best suppliers, susceptors

Save your energy
FoodProcessing.com
Talk about ROI! Make a no-cost energy audit your plant's next investment.

Readers' Choice Awards: Who supplies the best equipment?
FoodProcessing.com
For the third year, our readers pick the best suppliers in 19 categories, including conveyors, extruders, lubricants, size reduction and uniform services.

Susceptors enable a new generation of microwave foods
FoodProcessing.com
At the intersection of manufacturing, packaging and formulation, they make thorough cooking and browning possible.

New materials make all the difference
FoodProcessing.com
Change to heating tubes and blades saves thousands of dollars for Gehl's Guernsey Farms.


 
SPECIAL TO THE WEB: More ways to save energy

Put the squeeze on utility bills
PlantServices.com
"Pinch technology" represents a set of thermodynamically based methods that guarantees a heat exchanger network consumes the least amount of energy.

20 ways to save energy now
EERE.Energy.gov
This U.S. Dept. of Energy document has a score of pointers to reduce costs in your plant.

Mission to cut energy costs saves manufacturer $300,000
FoodProcessing.com
Energy-saving procedures at Mission Foods' California tortilla manufacturing plant helped the company save a bundle in operating costs.


Two large energy companies join efficiency campaign
PlantServices.com
The Motor Decisions Matter campaign, formed in 2001 by the Consortium of Energy Efficiency, gets a boost when the Los Angeles Dept. of Water and Power and the MidAmerican Energy Co. join, bringing energy—and cost—savings to the West Coast and Mid-America.


 
FOR THE FLOOR: The best of new equipment

» 

Product Round-Up: Packaging Equipment
 
»  A kinder, gentler seasoning application system
 
» 

New-and-improved hose for food and beverage transfer
 
 

Avery Weigh-Tronix




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