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No scale-up stress with a good process
Toggle navigation. No scale-up stress with a good process. One of the most important — and most fun — things we do at TOP is the scale-up of ideas to industrial products, machines or companies. On the one hand we do this driven by our own innovation agenda, on the other as a service we provide to the food Successful seminar on Radio Frequency in-pack sterilization. Last month TOP organized a seminar about radio frequency in-pack sterilization.
Successful seminar on Radio Frequency in-pack sterilization
The ElkeMelk project focussed on automated sorting and packaging of milk bottles on a conveyor belt with a flipper system, buffer and robot arm. The project was part of a larger automation initiative that was implemented by the ElkeMelk Diary Farm. ElkeMelk wanted to bottle and pack fresh milk straight from the cow as part of their sustainable farming practices. The aim was to succeed in sorting milk bottles and packing different milk varieties from diverse cows into boxes of two by three. Prior to the project initiative, ElkeMelk dairy farm sorted and packed their milk bottles from different cows by hand. The cows had been conditioned to walk to the milking machine independently when it needed to be milked. Twelve to fifteen bottles of milk per cow could be bottled in this way. The bottled milk from each cow machine was originally not sorted per cow. A handler would simply pick bottles coming in from different machines cows off a small running conveyor.
ElkeMelk is a dairy farmer company that has an automated production of bottling milk. The special thing of ElkeMelk is that every bottle of milk is unique with every cow. With a high tech integrated system they can track and follow which cow is going to be milked, which nutritional value the milk has after it is milked and in which bottle the milk of that specific cow is put in. Where the cows are milked, where the milk gets pasteurized and where the milk is put in bottles are all separate subsystems of the whole production line. The area where the challenges are for us are in the subsystems where the bottles are getting filled. At first all the bottles are placed on the conveyor belt.