Products/Services for Chocolate Cooling Tunnels

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    Cooling Tunnels - (36 companies)
    ...into the tunnel while drawing heated air from the parts out the opposite end. Passing air over the parts results in significantly faster cooling times and more even cooling. There are two basic types of cooling tunnels: continuous and discontinuous. Continuous... Learn More
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    Cooling Towers - (239 companies)
    Cooling towers are defined as any open water recirculation device that uses fans or natural draft to draw or force air to contact and cool water by evaporation. How to Select Cooling Towers. Image Credit: DME Company, Baltimore Aircoil Company... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electronic Cooling Fans - (564 companies)
    Electronic cooling fans move air to cool electronic devices. Description. Electronic cooling fans move air to cool electronic devices such as computers and appliances. They are also used in telecommunications, military, and general industrial... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Tunnel Diodes - (20 companies)
    Tunnel Diodes Information. Tunnel diodes are heavily doped P-N diodes in which electron tunneling from the conduction band in the N-type material to the valence band in the P-type region produces a region of negative resistance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Refrigerants, Antifreezes, and Cooling Liquids - (221 companies)
    Primary refrigerants use a thermodynamic or adiabatic process (evaporation-condensation cycles) to remove heat and cool a region. Secondary refrigerants such as antifreeze liquids provide cooling solely through heat transfer. Refrigerants... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Wind Tunnels - (15 companies)
    ...moved by a series of powerful fans and is mixed with smoke, suspended particles, or oil to visualize aerodynamic effects. A vehicle within a wind tunnel, showing a visualized airstream. Image credit: SeriousWheels. Wind tunnels are typically classified... Learn More
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    Compressed Air and Vortex Cooling Tubes - (46 companies)
    Compressed air and vortex cooling tubes are used for spot heating or cooling applications. Compressed air and vortex cooling tubes use are used for spot heating or cooling applications. Filtered, pressurized gas is injected into a chamber whose... Learn More
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    Tunnel Boring Machines (TBM) - (14 companies)
    Tunnel boring machines (TBM) are used in subsurface mining operations to excavate tunnels through rock strata and surrounding sedimentary deposits. They consist of a rotating cutting wheel fitted to a series of thrusting mechanisms and conveyors... Learn More
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    Wind Tunnel Testing Services - (31 companies) an object, such as an engine, under test. Types of Wind Tunnels Used. Wind tunnel testing services use four basic types of wind tunnels: subsonic, transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic. Subsonic wind tunnels can achieve speeds up to 400 km/h and have... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sprayers and Spray Coating Equipment - (411 companies)
    Sprayers and spray coating equipment refers to any component used in a variety of industrial spraying processes, including application tools, handling equipment, and supplemental machines. They are used in the process of atomizing coatings, paints, lubricants, solvents, deicing liquids, chemicals, and powders so they can be spray-applied to a surface. Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • The new Sollich Temperstatic Turbo.
    Advantages of the new technology are considered, including: exact pre-crystallization; consistent coating wt.; and the multi-zone chocolate cooling tunnel (universal cooling tunnel with air cooling, and high performance cooling tunnel with combined air-radiation cooling from the top and contact �
  • Chocolate processing equipment.
    Suppliers of chocolate processing equipment and their products are described, including: production of cocoa pregrinders by Buehler AG (requirements of cocoa pregrinders, working principles of the equipment, technological features of the systems); manufacture of chocolate cooling tunnels by Sollich (requirements of cooling �
  • Application of artificial refrigeration in the confectionery industry.
    A new multi-purpose cooling tunnel for chocolate -covered articles, toffee, foamed products, etc. is described.
  • Desiccant developments.
    Problems associated with product condensation damage in cooling tunnels during chocolate manufacture are discussed, with reference to Cadbury's Bournville (UK) processing plant.
  • Topping it with chocolate.
    Cooling tunnels for cooling chocolate and carob are also considered.
  • Sugar Confectionery and Chocolate Manufacture
    Moisture deposition is particularly likely to occur for instance when chocolates leave the cooling tunnels after coating.
  • Chocolate Temper Measurement
    This is important because crystallization continues after the chocolate leaves the cooling tunnel .
  • Specialty fats � How food manufacturers can get more out of them
    How- ever CBR-C must have sufficient solids to set or harden in the cooling tunnel after the chocolate has enrobed a centre.
  • Advancing tunnel technology.
    Developments in cooling tunnel technology for chocolate manufacture are discussed with reference to: functional requirements of cooling tunnels; development of the Thermoflow� cooling tunnel by Sollich; and features of the Thermoflow range to meet processing and hygiene requirements.
  • Cornerstone Checkweigher Provides Candy Company with a Sweet Solution
    Conveyed next through a 30-ft cooling tunnel , the chocolates arrive in the packaging area where they are manually packed into plastic trays.