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Author: Carolynn Sarver

Sometimes life has to be a Drag!

December 21, 2009

When it comes to conveyors for dry bulk solids, whether in powder, granule, flake, pellet, lump or whatever form and whether in bulk quantities or as minor ingredients, Spiroflow aim to offer the best solution. We have never believed in the ‘one size fits all’ philosophy. Accordingly, as we have expanded our horizons, we have developed our conveying ranges to meet the new challenges whether organically, by strategic acquisitions or through joint ventures. So, today, we are offer four types of conveyors. Following the recent announcement about the acquisition of Dynamet Inc of Kalamazoo, Michigan, as a result of this […]

New hygienic Bulk Bag Discharger from Spiroflow

November 8, 2009

In response to the dairy industry in particular but, equally well suited for pharmaceutical and some food applications, Spiroflow we launched an all new Bulk Bag Discharger. It is for critical applications where hygiene and/or rapid dismantling without tools are essential to avoid micro-biological growth and/or cross-contamination between batches. The all new T11 model is manufactured entirely of stainless steel which can have a bead-blast or mirror polish finish. It can be completely striped down by two operatives in a matter of minutes and easily pressure-washed or manually cleaned/sterilised all over as there are no dead pockets. All electrical and […]

Bag to the future!

October 4, 2009

We have made some significant improvements to our range of Bulk Bag Fillers – all designed to increase filling accuracy and cycle time. The all new C Series Bulk Bag Filler is the model for users wanting to remove bags on a pallet by forklift truck. It retains the robust, 2 leg frame offering unimpeded access to the front of the filler for the easy hanging of empty bags. Dependent upon the application, filling can either controlled by volume or by weight. For customers wanting ‘Weights and Measures’ (OIML) approval, there is the option of an automatic ‘gain-in-weight’ weighing system […]