TSM Controls is displaying its new look company brand along with new blending technology at this year’s K Show.
The Irish company has undertaken a series of transformations to reflect its expanding global presence. Developments include the rebranding of the TSM company logo, which now has a sleek, modern design in striking blue and white, the launch of a new user-friendly company website, several new key managerial appointments within TSM’s worldwide offices, and – most significantly - the development of new patented blending technology.
“The K Show is the perfect venue to introduce our new branding to all our customers and showcase our exciting new product innovations. R&D at TSM has always been customer driven and our new introductions at K 2013 reflect very clearly these demands,” said Declan Byrne, TSM Director of Sales.
The next generation blending technology on display at the stand combines TSM’s patented technology with advanced control algorithms and highly responsive control systems and includes a gain-in-weight and loss-in-weight batch blender for flood-fed applications, as well as a continuous loss-in-weight dosing blender for flood fed or starve-fed applications.
The new TSM batch blender combines the group’s patented reverse auger technology with fast, responsive throughput measurements for real-time control. A control algorithm, specially developed in conjunction with a UK university, allows performance to be maintained at lower set-points. The mechanical design delivers a small footprint, making it suitable for either new or retro-fit installations.
The new loss-in-weight blender can reportedly dose up to 7 materials at one time and features optional cascade mixing chambers, multiple augers for varying feed rates and easy hopper cleaning. A new control algorithm has been designed with the aim of reducing material costs and waste whilst maintaining quality levels.
TSM will also have on display at K 2013 the Opti-Mix gain-in-weight batch blender series which includes several new design features. TSM’s engineering and sales staff will be on hand to demonstrate the blenders and answer questions.
The group will be in Hall 10, Stand J54.