Our new papers showcase how the industry can overcome those challenges and gain a competitive edge by installing innovative, food-compliant bearings on their production lines.
Shrewsbury, MA (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
TriStar Plastics announces the release of two new white papers for the food manufacturing industry; one designed for food processors, and the second targeted to food and beverage packagers. These free reports unveil how equipment manufacturers can reduce costs and increase revenues by replacing traditional steel and bronze bearings with new polymer and composite materials.
“We realize our partners in food manufacturing are facing a host of industry challenges; everything from rising energy costs to changing safety mandates,” said Richard Cedrone, CEO of TriStar Plastics. “Our new papers showcase how the industry can overcome those challenges and gain a competitive edge by installing innovative, food-compliant bearings on their production lines,” he adds.
The white papers explore real-world applications the company has solved for manufacturers in poultry, dairy, beverage bottling, and other food industries. Visit http://www.tstar.com to download your complimentary copies of:
- Purity and Production in Food Processing: How Innovative Bearing Materials Give Equipment Manufacturers a Competitive Edge
This paper explores how Rulon® and other bearings reduce cross contamination and streamline production in food processing. Case studies include poultry drill components, dairy automation systems, commercial bakery ovens and more.
- Food and Beverage Packaging Equipment Manufacturers: Discover How Polymer and Composite Bearings Can Increase Production Rates – and Revenues.
The packaging paper reviews how CJ, Ultracomp®, and other engineered plastic bearing materials deliver quality control in demanding bottling and canning environments. It also explores the unique bearing requirements of wet labeling and at-the-source field packaging environments.
Learn more in our free white paper for food and beverage equipment manufacturers: Discover How Polymer and Composite Bearings Can Increase Production Rates – and Revenues.
About TriStar Plastics
Founded in 1982, TriStar Plastics Corp. (http://www.tstar.com) is a forerunner in the engineering, fabrication and manufacturing of high-performance polymers, composites and self-lubricating bearing materials. Offering more than 300 different types of plastics and a complete line of bearings, TriStar provides materials across a broad range of industries. The company also pioneered the concept of using chemicals to alter plastic materials for enhanced surface modification. TriStar is headquartered in Shrewsbury, MA, with offices in North Carolina, Illinois, Southern California, and Texas.