Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has announced the availability of a new line of Semi-Automatic Hand Prompt Batching Stations with custom designed automation software to meet the specific requirements of each customer. The Hand Prompt Batching Station serves a wide range of industrial applications where the negative effects of time consuming and problematic manual batching needs to be eliminated.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has designed and provided equipment and software for a customized Automated Feedmill Control System using an Allen-Bradley PLC and desktop PC’s running Sterling Systems’ customized Windows-based Automation Software. Sterling’s forty plus (40+) years of Feedmill process and automation experience ensures quality and efficiency in both hardware and software.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. is pleased to announce availability of its customized automatic Material Weighing Systems. These systems (a.k.a. micro, minor and major ingredient weighing or batching systems) can include supply bins, feeders, work platforms, automatic or manual bin refilling.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announced that its Micro/Minor Ingredient Batching Systems can be provided with custom features that enhance personnel health and safety, along with added increases in productivity. Ingredient batching systems are multi-bin modular batching systems. As batches are made, the ingredients are emptied from the bins. Eventually the bins need to be refilled. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Added Safety and Productivity in Bag Handling
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has developed and implemented the capability to automate the ingredient batching of the rubber compounding process. Using a hybrid ingredient bulk material batching system that combines minor bin and bulk bag ingredient batching, Sterling Systems has been automating rubber compounding and replaced the slower, labor intensive manual batching with an efficient, fast and accurate automated system.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announced that lot tracking is available with all of its batching control systems and, like all other aspects of the Sterling Systems & Controls offering, can be customized to meet the needs of the customer. Total Traceability and Validation can be provided on all manual hand-add or automatic batching control systems. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Lot Tracking — Total Traceability and Validation
Sterling (IL), USA – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. provides for continuity of automation upgrade within their batching control automation systems for the feed industry. A major livestock feed manufacturer has seamlessly maintained state-of-the-art automation control of the feed manufacturing processes across several decades.
Sterling (IL), USA – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of its line of bulk bag unloading systems. These customized unloading systems can include bulk bag discharging, material weighing and batch dispensing, along with the controls required for automatic operation. Just such a system has been successfully operating at the site of a leading manufacturer of sugar free and no sugar added baked desserts.
A new era of testing and development at Brabender Technologie
• Brabender Technology can now provide more comprehensive and complete feeder tests for our customers.
• The new Technical Center has the capability of simultaneously performing four tests with additional independent hygienic testing areas.
• Addition of feeder filling level facilitates entire process testing.
Duisburg, July 2017 –Brabender Technologie is commissioning its new Technical Center in Duisburg in time for FAKUMA. CEO Horst Vohwinkel explains the benefits of these new facilities: “This gives us entirely new opportunities, in terms of both the quantity and quality of the tests we conduct. To date we have suffered from space restrictions and have always only been able to model parts of the process. The new Technical Center will bring a radical change.”