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25/07/2016

Nuevos sistemas industriales de clasificación y separación basados en espectroscopía làser (LIBS), espectrocopía de inducción magnética y visión artificial para el reciclaje de fragmentos metálicos no férricos.

El consorcio de SHREDDERSORT está completando la construcción de tres sistemas individuales de clasificación y separación para el reciclaje de fragmentos metálicos provenientes de la industria del automóvil. Los tres sistemas de clasificación son:


27/04/2016

ShredderSort: Lenz instruments colabora en el desarrollo de una planta piloto para la separación de metales no-férricos

Dentro de la industria del reciclaje, existe un interés creciente por nuevas tecnologías que permitan la recuperación de metales a partir de residuos obtenidos de vehículos al final de su vida útil, así como otras fuentes de residuos industriales o urbanos. Las tecnologías actuales, no permiten la separación efectiva de diversos metales no férricos, y presentan limitaciones en términos de rendimiento y coste. En colaboración con otros socios industriales, Lenz Instruments ha desarrollado una planta piloto que permite la separación de residuos metálicos no-férricos en tres fracciones, en función de su composición química. El sistema desarrollado combina una matriz de sensores electromagnéticos y ópticos, que permiten determinar la composición de cada fragmento de residuo en tan sólo una milésima de segundo. El sistema de control de la planta procesa esta información en tiempo real, a la vez que regula el accionamiento de una matriz de válvulas neumáticas que separan cada fragmento en diferentes fracciones mediante soplado direccional.


04/01/2016

Ham-Inspector™ technology is presented in a technical workshop organized by IRTA at Girona (Spain)

The Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA) organized a technical workshop at their facilities on the past December 17th, 2015. In the event, IRTA presented the results of a research study aiming at modelling the salt uptake process, in the production of dry-cured ham. The study, carried out in the framework of an European Research Project (www.procured.eu), showed the importance of monitoring the fat content in raw hams, to control the salt content in the final product.


22/12/2015

Fratelli Galloni and Lenz Instruments presents at the Expo (Milano, 2015) innovative strategies to produce highest quality Parma hams with low-salt content

Fratelli Galloni, one of the leading Parma ham producing companies at Italy, has been continuously working in the improvement of the quality of their products, and the control of their salt content. In collaboration with Lenz Instruments, Fratelli Galloni is working in the optimization of their production process, to achieve highest quality Parma hams, with reduced and more standardized salt content.


30/10/2015

Lenz Instruments participates in a technical workshop targeted to dry-cured ham producers at Parma (Italy)

On the past October 8th (2015), the Stazione Sperimentale Industria Conserve Alimentari (SSICA) organized a technical workshop at their facilities at Parma. The workshop was aimed at providing a comprehensive review on the use of new meat inspection technologies to improve the production process of dry-cured ham. The event was attended by tens of representatives of Parma ham and San Danielle ham producing companies.


01/10/2014

Improving the control of the salt-uptake in dry-cured products

The optimization of the salting process is important for dry-cured meat producers to ensure a standardized product quality, to successfully achieve a reduction in the average salt content, and to avoid weight losses during drying. Current salting processes relies on establishing the optimum salting conditions based only on the weight of each meat piece, which leads to an homogeneous salt uptake in the final product.


01/03/2014

Lenz collaborates in the development of novel inspection and sorting technologies for the metal recycling industry

Metal recycling industry is struggling to develop efficient methods for sorting non-ferrous metal scrap. In the framework of a European Collaborative Research project, we are investigating new technologies based on spectroscopic and electromagnetic methods, for sorting metal scrap according to its composition. The objective of the project is to prove the feasibility of using these techniques for sorting non-ferrous scrap into different metal fractions.


03/09/2013

Lenz Instruments becomes a member of the Foodtech Innovation Portal

Foodtech Innovation Portal is a Wikipedia-like portal that provides access to information about technologies, profiles of research institutions and companies as well as infrastructure in Europe and worldwide.


12/03/2013

Kick-off meeting of European project PIGSCAN

European Research project “PIGSCAN” (GA: 31213) has officially started on March 1st 2013. Lenz Instruments has hosted the kick-off meeting of this project, which aims at developing a new pig carcass grading technology based on magnetic induction technology. Besides enabling the classification of the carcass according to the S/EUROP standard, the project aims also at assessing the fat content of primary cuts in the carcass.


12/12/2012

Lenz Instruments presents an overview of non-destructive meat inspection technologies at Arzacq (France)

Lenz Instruments has participated in an event organized by the Scientific and Technological Committee of the Bayonne ham, in which most recent non-destructive technologies for meat quality assessment were presented. The meeting was held on the past December 18th, at Arzacq (France), and was organized by Pyragenna.


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