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February 28th, 2007
Nano scale coating process developed for baking sector
Sono-Tek Corp. said it has started testing the processes for clients in the baked goods sector using its laboratory in Milton, New York.
"The new projects will provide Sono-Tek's food industry customers with economic benefits resulting from new capabilities to develop and introduce new food products to the market, and from cost savings through more efficient spraying systems," the company said.
The laboratory is equipped with Sono-Tek ultrasonic atomization and spraying systems. The lab also contains heat transfer, mass transfer, and electronic control devices. The laboratory's analytical instruments will be used for specifying the new micro and nano scale coating processes, the company stated.
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