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Mavrik North America is now offering its clients single pass processing as well as a single tank option. Bob Kreisher, Mavrik president and head of research and development, said the single pass option can reduce more than 30% of VA, involves no heat pickup and requires less wine being moved.
TandD Corporation released its new wireless data logger RTR-576 for use with any of the company’s RTR-500 series wireless data collectors. TandD reports the instrument offers a CO2 range of 0 to 9.999 ppm, a temperature range of 0 to 55°C and a humidity range of 10 to 95% RH.
Safecoat’s new VitiSeal product is a “natural, waterborn co-polymer emulsion with other NOP-approved ingredients” designed to help growers prevent canker diseases that can be caused Eutypa lata and other fungal pathogens.
Mavrik North America introduced a new dimension to their very low-pressure VA service; the choice of single pass processing in addition to a single-tank option.
The tractor-pulled Thermal Plant Treatment machine by AgroThermal Systems helps growers reduce pesticide use and field trials indicate it could help fruit set. Built by American Grape Harvesters, the machine applies air heated to more than 215 degrees at a wind velocity of 135 to 160 mph on to crops.
BSG Wine is offering a ML strain by Enologica Vason called AmarO4 and produced by Christian Hansen. The strain is a direct addition culture and can tolerate up to 16% alcohol and 40 ppm total S02.
Wine bottles can travel in safety with the inflatable Vinnibag. Travelers place a bottle in a bag, inflate with a few breaths of air, seal the bag and place the bottle in their luggage.
Lightweight Containers released its new cylindrical KeyKeg20. The PET kegs come with a new double wall system that surrounds the bag containing wine, beer or other beverages. The space around the bag is pressurized ensuring the beverage does not come into contact with the propellant gas.
Scott Laboratories now offers the new Armbruster KVB vibrating, tipping hopper. The unit is designed to receive grapes from half-ton bins and than feed them to a destemmer or manual sorting table with a hydraulic tipping and shaking device. Scott Laboratories reports subsequent bins can be added without interrupting the flow providing a continuous operation at up to nine tons per hour.
The 939S Versatron soft case servo case packer by Standard-Knapp features a new lowering head module designed to handle thinner, lightweight and more fragile glass containers.
The global wealth boom, though generally good for the wine industry, has created a relatively new phenomenon; the increasing incentive to manufacture fraudulent blue-chip wines. Wine industry insider publications have recently postulated that between 70 to 90 percent of all the highly collectible Chateau Lafite bottles now sold in China are counterfeit.
Amcor Ltd., a global leader in responsible packaging solutions, has been awarded a 2012 Supplier Sustainability Award from Johnson & Johnson (J&J), a leading multi-national manufacturer of pharmaceutical, diagnostic, therapeutic, surgical, and biotechnology products.
Global Package LLC, a leading glass and packaging resource for North American wine and spirits companies, is currently rolling out its new brand identity, with an official launch date of Jan. 29-31, 2013 at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium.
Onset, a leading supplier of data loggers and weather stations, announced the HOBO® Green Roof Monitoring System, a research-grade system for measuring the performance of green roofs.
Developed by NASA to purify closed areas of unwanted microbes and organic compounds, Airocide air filters can help wineries control mold and protect against bacterial contamination. Airocide employs 254 nanometer light to convert unwanted contaminants to water vapor. The company claims its device is effective at preventing airborne contamination from TCA, TBA, Brett and other microbes.