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Not all Superheroes wear capes

Posted by barrit on 3 April 2018

Urgent Order Delivered!
We received a call at 4:30pm from an interstate customer that they had forgotten to order and was going to run out of an enzyme that was urgently required to keep their 24-hour production running.  The enzyme needed to be selected from stock with all the documentation completed, transported to the airport, flown interstate and couriered again to be on site by around 6am the following morning.  With the help of our staff and TNT Express we did it ...
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Application of enzymes in fish rendering.

Posted by barrit on 20 December 2017
Fish processing generates a range of by-products such as guts, skins, heads and frames and stickwater. By transforming them into nutritional supplements, fish oil, fertilizers, biodiesel and animal and fish feeds, these by-products can help fish processors realize significant additional revenue. However processors are often unable to extract the full value potential due to inefficient secondary processing methods or over reliance on mechanical, heat or chemical processes. It is here that o...
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Fuel Ethanol Workshop

Posted on 3 September 2012
Tom recently attended the Fuel Ethanol Workshop in Minneapolis in the mid west USA. One of the major developments has been approval from the EPA to increase to 15% the amount of ethanol that can be added to fuel. This was after extensive testing to confirm it did not cause any issues in motor vehicle engines. This removes the “Blend Wall” and opens the opportunity to make use of more cellulosic ethanol in gasoline...
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