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Complimentary Food Processing & Safety Seminar

Coperion K-Tron, in collaboration with key suppliers of equipment and instrumentation to the food processing industry, including Eriez, Rotex, and Coperion, announce the joint presentation of complimentary food processing seminars, “Innovations in Food Safety & Processing,” to be held April 22, 2014 at the Hyatt Rosemont near O‘Hare in Rosemont, IL, and April 24, 2014 at the Four Points by Sheraton in Kansas City, MO.

This free one-day event will include detailed process and analytical information about key topics and trends in the food processing industry. The seminar will examine a wide variety of important processing issues, offering an objective technical overview of these processes, introducing processors to methods of both improving current processes and utilizing new technologies.

Seminar topics include:

•    “How Automation of Your Food Process Can Improve Product Quality and Overall Process Efficiency and Safety” - Coperion K-Tron (feeding & conveying)
•    “Gyratory Sifters in Food Applications” – Rotex (screening/separation)
•    “Contaminant Removal Technology” – Eriez (metal detection/magnetic separation)
•    “Food Extrusion on Co-Rotating Twin Screw Extruders” – Coperion (food extrusion)

For additional seminar information and to register online please visit www.coperionktron.com/foodprocess.

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