How to Weld AL-6XN™

How to Weld AL-6XN™

Nov 1, 2011

Welding AL-6XN is a very similar process to welding other stainless steels, but there is one very important exception. This alloy requires an additional alloy to be consumed in the weld. The following video outlines these and other instructions for welding AL-6XN successfully.

How Do You Follow Us?

How Do You Follow Us?

Aug 31, 2011

In the world of social media, there are a multitude of ways to stay connected with friends, colleagues and businesses. Likewise, there are several ways you can stay up to date with FlowGeeks. Here are a few you may not know about...

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells

Aug 16, 2011

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells are a unique and highly innovative way to measure loads in your process system. Here's what sets them apart from traditional load cells:

Does Our Current Flow in the Right Direction?

Does Our Current Flow in the Right Direction?

Jun 2, 2011

Just as a perfect steak is useless without someone to eat it, a website relies on its audience for it to serve a purpose. With that in mind, we want to ask you, the reader, “How are we doing?” Are we addressing the issues you care about? Asking the questions you ask yourself? Are you happy to go with the flow of our topics—or are you fighting the current just to stay interested?

FA&M Conference and Expo

FA&M Conference and Expo

Mar 1, 2011

I will be attending this event and thought I would pass along the info. Food Engineering’s Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo (FAM) is a 2 ½ day event that brings food and beverage processors and suppliers together to gain valuable information on the latest trends and technologies in manufacturing, automation, sustainability and...

Which Are Better: Mixproof Valves or Transfer Panels?

Which Are Better: Mixproof Valves or Transfer Panels?

Jan 24, 2011

Mixproof Valve technology is advanced enough to completely replace Transfer Panels. Manufacturers tout the fully-automated operation and smaller footprint of mixproofs, but many processors hold firm to the old standby of transfer panels. What’s your take? Have you made the switch, or is there something about Transfer Panels that you can’t give up? I’d love to hear your opinions.