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SilversonMachines Ltd at the PPMA show 2019


ilverson Machines are the world leaders in high shear mixers and will be exhibiting a range of mixing equip- ment at the PPMA show.


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On the stand this year visitors will be able to see work- ing examples of the Silverson Batch, Ultramix and


Laboratory mixers including the Verso, a bench-top In-Line mixer.


Also on the stand will be Silverson’s powder/liquid mix- ing system the Flashmix and the High Viscosity In-Line mixer which has been designed to offer exceptional flow rates and the ability process higher viscosity products. The HV In-Line features a special rotor design which provides increased capacity when compared to standard In-Line mixers, allowing the processing of higher viscosity products such as gels and can often eliminate the need for


Silverson at stand D20 or email If you’d like to discuss your additional pumps.


Siilverso Machine Ltd


lverson Machines Ltd  01494 786331


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mixing application visit sales@silverson.co.uk


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alluff Ltd are for the first time showing it’s complete portfolio of vision technologies at the PPMA total show at the NEC starting on the 1st October on stand F40. The 16 new compact industrial cameras (BVS CA) in the Smart Solutions line from Balluff give you great flexibility in image recording and high transmission speed of image ation for mastering even highly complex inspection tasks.


y are available with a monochrome or colour image sensor and for fast data transmission with optional GigE- Vision or USB3-Vision interface. Programming is according to the GEN<i>CAM-standard (Generic Interface for Cameras).


These compact cameras can be efficiently used in either of two ways. Either by access using common image editing software together with a separate industrial PC for data processing, or using the external SmartController from Balluff that runs the proven Balluff BVS-Cockpit software. With these industrial cameras the user benefits not only from perfectly resolved and tack sharp images, but also from a very high data transmission rate. The data results are passed from the controller via a freely definable interface to the control system through the standard interfaces TCP/


P/IP, TCP UDP or PROFINET. A clever interface concept ensures correct addressing and


distribution of the information: if needed, with just the click of a mouse the process network - the heart of any automation company - gets only the most important information, whereas data and images, e.g. for quality services, find their way over a fast Gigabit Ethernet network. The web-based product access enables remote access even from distant production facilities.


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