J. Peter Clark

The first step in buying new or used process equipment is to truly understand what it must do. Usually this requires that a process line—or the specific piece of equipment—be designed, a classic engineering task. What this means is that all of the pieces of equipment in a line must be identified, including those pieces, such as conveyors, that connect various operations. Sometimes a line is similar to others in the company, but often the line is a new arrangement intended to make an unfamiliar p…

Used stainless steel tanks can each hold up to 10,000 gal of food-grade materials

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