Find out how electrostatics can save money and boost performance
Spice Application Systems, on the Wire Belt Company Stand: Hall: Sheikh Saeed 1 Stand: S1-F19
Spice Application Systems (SAS), a world leader in the use of electrostatics in food processing, will be at this year’s Gulfood exhibition in Dubai from February 27-March 2.
With over 1,100 units already installed on production lines around the world, electrostatics is proven to reduce powder wastage, increase production and energy efficiency, and deliver vastly improved product quality.
Peter King, managing director of SAS, which is based in Oxfordshire, England, will be on the stand to talk about the latest developments in this pioneering technology and share his expert knowledge on how the equipment can be adapted to a wide range of food processing lines.
SAS’s equipment allows powders and flavourings to be electrostatically applied to anything from snacks to breakfast cereals; dry pet food to fresh meats; confectionery and frozen foods. It can be either installed on new machinery or retrofitted to existing production lines.
With 100% accuracy of powder quantities, the system dramatically reduces powder wastage and, with today’s emphasis on reduced levels of fats and oils, it enables production managers to have pinpoint accuracy on the amounts they use at any one time.
SAS will be sharing a stand with the Wire Belt Company, as part of the British Consulate’s attendance at the event.
Recently SAS was a top six finalist in the Thames Valley Export Award, sponsored by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) South East, demonstrating its export success around the world.
For more information, visit www.spiceapplications.com or to book an appointment to meet Peter King, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.