Feel like you could use some guidance when planning your next ingredient addition system?
Learn from APEC’s President, Terry Stemler, what goes into the planning of a complete system for ingredient automation.
About The Engineer’s Guide to Weighing and Batching:
This guide was written to clear up the confusion around micro-ingredient addition systems. It outlines how to plan and determine the types of weighing equipment you need to achieve the results your customer is looking for. To help you become familiar with the ins and outs of a micro-ingredient system, APEC has put together what we hope will be a useful resource for you now and in the future.
Written by Terry Stemler, President APEC
What is in This Guide?
Several useful evaluations for any micro-ingredient system
Formulas for optimizing your cycle time
Descriptions and explanations of common terms
A detailed overview of all the component pieces of a micro-ingredient system
Who Should Use this Guide?
who are interested in becoming more informed about the micro-ingredient system.
who are looking for ways to determine the correct weighing and batching equipment to meet their customer’s needs.
who want to know what goes into the planning stages of determining the right micro-ingredient system for a specific customer application
Since 1992, APEC has specialized in the design and manufacturing of ingredient automation equipment and controls for weighing, dosing, mixing, continuous blending, and coating. Our equipment and control systems weigh and control flow rates from grams to tons. We serve a variety of industries with such diverse applications as the automatic formulation of flavored drink mix, rubber products, plastics, cereal products, pet food, animal feed, brake linings, vitamin and mineral supplements, lawn patch, fertilizer, foam, and composite wood products.