continuous processing

continuous processing

n
(Commerce) the systems in a plant or factory for the manufacturing of products, treating of materials, etc, that have been designed to run continuously and are often computer-controlled. Compare batch processing
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Available as a month-to-month lease, the Readco rental program enables users to test the Continuous Processor in actual operating conditions on-site, validate the process, and document how upgrading from batch processing to continuous processing impacts their operations.
Evonik has introduced a series of advanced technologies, including high-potency API (HPAPI), fermentation, mPEGs and continuous processing, at multiple production sites over the last year.
As the paradigm shifts from batch to continuous manufacturing over the next decade, the advantages of advanced process control within continuous processing will become clear as manufacturers look to push the efficiency envelope while simultaneously improving quality and reducing the time to market.
The simple design of the shredder allows for continuous processing, unlike small batch machines.
The project is focused on enhancing Eco Waste Solutions' Continuous Processing Waste Handling System, which can be expanded to process up to 2,000 kg of waste per hour and potentially 4,000 kg per hour.
It is best to have a gatekeeper at the front of a continuous processing line checking castings as they leave the shot blast.
Facilitating the switch to continuous processing was a scraped-surface heat exchanger from Waukesha Cherry-Burrell (WCB), an SPX Process Equipment operation.
Continuous processing lines for the production of nonwovens (carded webs, spunbonds, air-laid nonwovens, wet-laid nonwovens) with all bonding methods (thermobonding, binder bonding, hydroentanglement).
Dual-solvent rinsing is available, and an optional temperature-controlled rack changer allows continuous processing of up to 12 deepwell plates for high-throughput laboratories.
The year-round availability of wood chips, without incremental storage costs or losses, aids the development of continuous processing with the attendant capital efficiencies.
At the very dawn of the industrial era, Oliver Evans presented a model of the rational factory; the continuous processing of raw materials occurred in his famed late eighteenth-century automatic flour mill.

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