When: June 18th, 2015
Where: Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire
Stand no: 3
About Appetite for engineering
This one day event will be held at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire on Thursday 18th June 2015. It aims to provide those in food and beverage engineering roles with a chance to learn and discuss the current industry situation as well as how the industry can move forward towards efficient engineering.
With guest speakers from Nestle, Bakkavor Group, Moy Park, JDM Food Group, Freshtime UK, Kelloggs and many more, this year's Appetite for Engineering is shaping up a great event. Appetite for Engineering gives you the chance to listen to presentations on the latest happenings in the food and drink manufacturing, processing and engineering sector from large multinationals to SMEs and start up companies.
Come and visit us
You can find Testo on stand 3, where we will be showcasing some of our most popular, newly launched products for the food industry as well as offering specialist advice and industry insight.
Whether you’ve got a specific requirement or just want to find out more about Testo instruments please feel free to drop by and speak to us. Here is some more information on some of the products we will have on display:
Testo's new and improved Saveris 2 uses revolutionary technology to make temperature and humidity analysis both easier and more accurate than ever before. By using a Cloud-based monitoring system it allows information to be stored and accessed remotely.
This means users can monitor and react to issues from anywhere in the world. This relieves the need to be constantly on-site to keep measurement values under control.
Strengths of using Saveris 2 include:
Traditionally, there have been two methods for monitoring irregular fluctuations in temperature and humidity; data loggers and data monitoring systems:
Data loggers – are very simple but information needs to be manually acquired and the logger does not always automatically inform users of excessive temperature fluctuations.
Data monitoring – systems can be complex and require time-consuming installation and maintenance, and, more often than not, are expensive.
Testo’s Saveris 2 offers a remarkably simple and elegant solution, incorporating the strengths of both methods into one reliable, easy to use system.
Thermal Imaging Cameras
The key to success for a Food Processing Facility is the efficient maintenance of equipment and machinery to avoid downtime. An effective preventative maintenance program allows early identification of mechanical or electrical faults and appropriate actions to be implemented.
Thermal Imaging Cameras are the fastest growing tool in the field of preventative maintenance for equipment such as that used by plants and factories in the Food Processing industry. A Testo thermal imaging camera is the perfect diagnostic tool for mechanical or electrical surveys to quickly and easily find faults.
Speak to our specialists and find out how Thermal Imaging can be used to help your business
The effective employment of this technology in your food processing or food manufacturing plant will allow you to reduce downtime and save both your time and money, two of your most precious commodities.
Thermal imaging cameras give you the ability to locate hotspots and thermal anomalies and ensure that costly downtime and breakdowns are avoided.
Interested in attending?
Click here to find out more about Appetite for engineering and how to sign up.