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Merk Process, Lippersmatt 2, D-79725 Laufenburg (Germany), Tel. +49 (0)7763 9272-0, info@merk-mdp.com

about us

 
 
 
 
our performance
since 2010
 

October 2017: Development of a new VBD-100-CTIR


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October 2017: Development of a new VDC-28-CTIR

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September 2017: Development of a new MINI-VBD

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August 2017: Finalisation of a new development BABY-VBD-CTIR+SD-MW

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June 2017: Finalisation of new development MINI-VSD-MW for own laboratory

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March 2017: Finalisation of the innovative MINI-VBD-CTIR for own laboratory

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February 2017: Development of a new generation of a BABY-VBD

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February 2017: Assessment of a new vacuum belt dryer in Thailand

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February 2017: Assessment of four old vacuum belt dryers in Australia

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December 2016: Commissioning of a Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-1,6-CTIR

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November 2016: Investigation of an existing axial belt tracking system

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November 2016: Training for Maintenance of a new complete Vacuum Belt Drying plant

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October 2016: Development of a new MINI-VBD

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October 2016: Delivery of a special Laboratory-VDC

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October 2016: Delivery of two doors for Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-100-CT

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September 2016: Delivery of a granulator and discharge vessel for a VBD-120



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September 2016: Delivery of a VDC-1,25 for pharmaceutical industry in ATEX

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September 2016: Delivery of a ATEX Feeding System for a VBD-30-CTIR

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September 2016: Delivery of a retrofit for a feed kettle rest discharge

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August 2016: Assessment of an existing VBD-100

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July 2016: Installation of a dosing pump system for Laboratory VBD

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June 2016: Delivery of a VDC-5 for pharmaceutical industry

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March 2016: Delivery of a VBD-1,6-CTIR for cosmetic industry

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February 2016: Assessment of an existing VBD-190

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November 2015: Retrofit of a VMD-500 for pharmaceutical operation

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July 2015: Delivery of a automatic belt tracking system for 10 belts

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Since July 15, 2015, we are certified according to ISO 9001

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April 2015: Delivery of a Vacuum Plant for a VBD-180-CT

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January 2015: Retrofit of a Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-30

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July 2014: Delivery of a complete Vacuum Drying Cabinet Pilot Plant VDC-1

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March 2014: Retrofit of two Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-74

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December 2013: Retrofit of a Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-150

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August 2013: Delivery of one Vacuum Drying Cabinet VDC-4,4m²

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July 2013: Commissioning of a Turn-Key Vacuum Belt Drying plant for Beverages

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July 2013: Delivery of one Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-30-CTIR

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June 2013: Delivery of one Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-2,5-CTIR

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August 2012: Delivery of one Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-190-CT

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July 2012: Delivery of one Vacuum Drying Cabinet VDC-33

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Since August 2011: New design office and work shop!


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December 2010: Delivery of a Turn-Key-Drying Plant with VBD-180-CT


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August 2010: Delivery of a Vacuum Belt Dryer VBD-177-CTIR


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Development of a quality- and energy optimized process for instant coffee.

Kooperationspartner: Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Institut für Thermische
Verfahrenstechnik, Prof. Dr. Rudolf Eggers

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Development of modular drying processor with innovative control concept based on process simulation
Promotion project: Pro Inno II

Development of new, dried food products usually requires comparison with various processes even during the development phase.

For this purpose Merk Process in cooperation with its project partner, the LVT Institute at the University of Karlsruhe has developed a drying processor for use in the laboratory.

This device facilitates selection of a suitable drying process for a certain product.
 

Advantages of drying processor:

  • Series and parallel use of familiar drying processes is possible.
  • Simple change-over between:
    - various heating techniques
    - process pressure
    - product guidance and handling
  • Utilization of synergic effects, particularly for measuring and control technology
  • Evaluation of various drying processing in consideration of the case history (data collection)
 

Operating modes:

Tray mode:

(opt. + contact heater + radiation heater)

  • Microwave drying at atmospheric pressure
  • Microwave vacuum drying (< 50 mbars)
  • Microwave convection drying
  • Convection drying
  • Vacuum drying (7- 50 mbars)
  • Freeze drying (0.1- 6 mbars)
 

Neue Technologie


 

Drum mode:

  • Microwave drying at atmospheric pressure
  • Microwave vacuum drying (< 50 mbars)
  • Microwave convection drying
  • Convection drying
 
 
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