Schenck Process LLC is a complete global source of highly accurate bulk solids pneumatic conveying, weighing and feeding systems with additional expertise in dust collection. For over 40 years a strong commitment to research and development has led to the creation of some of the industry's most advanced products and technologies. We have been awarded hundreds of patents and been recognized by our customers for providing custom solutions for their specific material handling needs. Our streamlined business throughout the Schenck Process Group enables us to deliver a unified process solution for customers in every corner of the world.
Schenck Process LLC
7901 NW 107th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64153
CONiQ, the new weighing control unit from Schenck Process for industrial weighing applications, is engineered to operate in completely different environments. Launched in 2019, the new control unit has already received its first award: the Red Dot Design Award 2019 for interface design.
This article provides guidance on new ways and techniques to help pet food manufacturers make highly nutrional and safe products to satisfy the increasing demand for high-quality pet foods.
This application note explains several ways dried dairy powders are manufactured and how a centrifugal sifter enhances processing efficiency by de-agglomerating the powdered product before packaging.
Correct nutrition for cows is achieved with appropriate levels of mineral supplements in feed. Minerals are particularly important because they help in the performance and overall health of the animal.
A large number of GKM Tumbler Screening machines have been supplied to the starch industry for screening potato, corn, tapioca and wheat starch or starch derivatives.
A move into the organic cake market -- where strict guidelines guarantee the source of ingredients and prevent contamination by non-organic ingredients -- creates need for new sifters.
How can I improve my screw feeder’s gravimetric performance? In order to get material to feed better volumetrically, understanding material characteristics of what we are trying to feed must be analyzed first.
The Schenck Process Group continues its growth: Recently, Schenck Process announced the acquisition of Process Components Ltd (”PCL”) and its subsidiaries – including Kemutec Group Inc. in the US – with its well-known brands kemutec, KEK-GARDNER, mucon and PPS Air Classifier Mills, from EPIC Private Equity.
There are several applicaitons where a bulk solids flow meter may be a great fit. Keep reading to learn how flow meters can help with your products.
When automating a dry bulk ingredient addition into a manual process, it can be difficult to know where to begin. But, before looking at equipment, there are several key factors that need to be considered.
Selecting a feeder for solid material at the correct processing rate means understanding materials and flow. This article describes common feeders and how to match a feeder to your material's flow behavior.
Schenck Process state-of-the-art TestCenters provide the best solutions before final investment decisions are made.
You have the perfect recipe – we have the right weighing, feeding, pneumatic conveying and air filtration solution for even your most challenging food processing applications. The combination of knowledge, field proven technology and many years of experience enables Schenck Process to offer customers within the food industry tailor-made solutions in sanitary design.
Precisely handled bulk materials are critical to the manufacture of the highest quality pet food brands. Our adaptable high-tech solutions are specially designed for the demands of the most stringent branded pet foods. Whether you need a gravimetric feeder for dosing digest, weighbelt feeder to coating, dilute phase conveying of mash, low pressure continuous dense phase of finished kibble to packaging, a general fugitive dust collection system or non-thermal plasma odor abatement – we have the right solution to meet your specific needs.
Storage, filling and feeding – three processes for which Schenck Process can provide extensive process knowledge.
This video shows how precise pressure monitoring and airflow corrections allow conveying systems to operate efficiently under all conditions, while gently inducing materials through the conveying line.
Pet food makers have long searched for ways to convey finished product efficiently with little breakage. This application note explains how low pressure continuous dense phase conveying does this.
Pneumatic conveying is an effective form of moving dry materials in food manufacturing. However, the long lengths of conveying pipe present challenges in terms of addressing cleanliness and sanitation.
How do you account for refills in a continuous loss-in-weight gravimetric feeder? This article offers insight into the appropriate application of each of the most-common philosophies.
This Application Note details a granola bar manufacturer's process of converting from batch processing to a continuous automated process to improve its efficiency, as well as the amount of finished product.
The new Schenck Process hygienic bag dump station for manually emptying bulk solid materials is loaded with features that are important to manufacturers in sanitary processing environments.
The new Global Cleanable Airlock (GCA) is ideal for applications where dry raw or finished products are being handled in the process and where inspection or system clean-out are required. Because the GCA is designed for high process rates and possesses a number of features suited for sanitary processes the airlock is perfect for food and pet food applications.
In an effort to better serve the high end food, dairy, nutraceutical and fine chemical markets Schenck Process announces an investment to renovate its main plant at the Whitewater, Wisconsin location to a dedicated stainless steel production facility. The change removes carbon steel manufacturing at the main plant and replaces it with all stainless steel manufacturing to meet today’s hygienic standards. The potential for corrosion and cross contamination between carbon steel and stainless steel parts during cutting, forming, welding and finishing steps will be eliminated.
Schenck Process E-finity® is a patented continuous dense phase conveying system for fragile materials. Precise pressure monitoring and airflow corrections allow the system to operate efficiently under all conditions, while gently inducing materials through the convey line in slug form. E-finity® is ideally suited for granular and pelleted materials, and has proven itself on many projects for pet foods, cereals, nuts, grains, prills, and pelleted material.
In an effort to better serve the high end food, dairy, nutraceutical and fine chemical markets Schenck Process announces an investment to renovate its main plant at the Whitewater, Wisconsin location to a dedicated stainless steel production facility.