How does an NIR analyzer work? What are the benefits of a desktop moisture analyzer versus a portable one? Can I test a specific moisture analyzer on the process line before purchasing? What is the best test instrument that will work for my unique requirements?
The Sochi Olympics has been a time of intense controversy, competition and celebration. It’s never anything less than inspirational to see athletes perform at the height of their abilities, as they seek to gain that slight edge that makes all the difference. The sense of achievement you can see from the gold medalists comes only from years of grit and sheer determination. There is no room for error. Each participant has had to build on the success of the past, while innovating new moves to appease some of the planet’s harshest critics. Truly, we can all learn something from these professional’s dedication to their craft. There is a great story to be told behind each gold, silver and bronze medal that the television audiences don’t often get a chance to witness.
As we discussed in last week’s blog, there are two types of friction: static and dynamic (kinetic). These values have traditionally been measured via incline methods and manual strain (or pull force) gauges. We’re now fortunate enough to have automated friction analyzers that provide substantially more precise (repeatable) measurements and are able to quantitatively distinguish very small differences in two samples or two proposed development versions. Moreover, recent technological developments have allowed for the novel, and widely popular, portable friction analyzers in addition to traditional desktop versions.
What is the weather like in your part of the world these days? If you are in the United States, chances are you’ve experienced some effects of the the Polar Vortex, plunging the country into sub-zero temperatures. The deep freeze is affecting businesses nationwide, from manufacturers to agriculturists who are now seeking ways of coping with this unusual meteorological event.
Happy New Year, we hope to be a part of helping you make 2014 a successful year!
This has been a year of great growth for us at Kett. We’ve expanded our Internet presence into Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn while providing weekly updates through our blog. We’ve even expanded our presence in the real world, attending trade shows and expanding our global distribution. However, none of this means anything without state-of-the art, world class instruments to back it up. Innovation is one of the most important values we hold at Kett. Every instrument is designed to meet, or exceed, global standards, which is why we make sure our updated models are implementing progressive technology. So, here’s a countdown of our top 10 models to outfit your operation in 2014.
Did you know that Kett’s customers and Santa Claus have a lot in common?
Consider this, Santa runs the biggest manufacturing plant on the planet, 365 days a year. And while his customer base may not offer the highest economic returns, his sole aim is to make them happy by providing the quality products that exceed their expectations. Sound familiar? Read on to discover the five things you may have in common with Chris Kringle, CEO.
Kett customers represent some of the most important figures in the world today. They are feeding the globe’s expanding population, ensuring the safety and quality of the food that’s provided, and researching and developing novel, more sustainable processing. We supply test equipment to; food, pharmaceutical, chemical, building, manufacturing and packaging industries who make our world possible. Many are threatened with floods, typhoons, droughts, poverty and heightened industry regulations, yet they continue to show up to work, day after day, to give it their all. Which is why we decided to tell you, this Thanksgiving season, why we’re grateful for you and all that you do.