With 23 new innovations and 11 new patents, Wenger Manufacturing is once again living up to its marketing slogan, “Inventing the new original since 1935.”
This time, the new originals include an innovative High-Intensity Preconditioner for improved pasteurization and sanitation; a new series of Thermal Twin Screw Extruders that permit up to four times greater steam injection; a revolutionary Enhanced Sanitary Dryer that substantially reduces the risk of contamination and a long list of innovations and systems designed to improve hygiene and food safety.
“There are a number of trends, which are currently impacting the food industry, that affected the design process behind each of these new innovations,” says Galen Rokey, Process Technology Manager for Wenger.
“Among them are higher energy costs, concerns about water availability and the current economic recession, which is impacting consumer buying habits. Consequently, manufacturers desire the ability to react quickly to new market directions.
“At the same time, the Food and Drug Administration has told the industry that it is the manufacturers’ responsibility to produce salmonella-free food, and that even pet food is considered ‘adulterated’ if it contains salmonella,” Rokey adds.
“So food safety was at the forefront of product design in every case.”
In Australia Wenger Manufacturing are represented by Allied Industries Pty Ltd.
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