- For “proof of concept” testing even a small sample of product will provide an impression of the product’s basic physical and handling characteristics
- Data gathered in the testing phase becomes input to the quotation and design phases for subsequent equipment
- “Factory Acceptance Tests” when required are conducted on finished machinery at our plant, whether done with or without product
- “Final Acceptance Tests” when contracted are always conducted at the customer’s facility under actual environmental and processing conditions and load levels
With 80 years of experience in the food processing industry we have encountered a wide variety of products and applications, building a wealth of knowledge. However, there is always something new to be learned. When a client approaches us with an unfamiliar application requirement, we might ask for a product sample to run "proof of concept" testing. We also conduct "factory acceptance testing" when required by the customer on new machinery prior to delivery.