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POLAR PROCESS INC is proud of its long
standing association with the Guelph Food Technology Center,
where Product Development and Applied Research continue to
be successful in bringing new and interesting products to
the marketplace on a daily basis.
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POLAR PROCESS Inc pumping and extruding
equipment not only meets the rigorous sanitary standards
demanded by USDA, CFIA, BISSC and 3A but also is designed in
a general way with cleanliness in mind. We spend the extra
time and money to flange-mount our drives to our own
gearboxes rather than using chains and sprockets. The drives
we select are generally dairy duty with stainless steel
shafts, synthetic food grade oil and white corrosion
protection paint finish. We generally use Nord Gear and SEW
drives so that you can be sure of 24-7 emergency service on
All of our product contact surfaces are 316 stainless steel
polished minimum 150 grit and our augers are polished 240
grit or better. Non-contact parts are generally of 304 or
316 stainless steel and polished to minimum 120 grit so that
they will always look good. All machining is done on modern
CNC boring and milling equipment for the best fit.
We specialize in Allen-Bradley and Siemens control packages
and we use Allen-Bradley bi-axial servos on our "Ultrashear"
systems to make the most accurate cuts to produce product
bars of constantly accurate weight. All of our encoder
systems are manufactured in-house as are the custom,
sanitary conveyors, which for the most part can be taken
apart in less than a minute with no tools at all.
Quality means not only the appearance of the equipment and
its function but also its success as part of a larger
system. Our experience in process system design, in general
allows us to assess, with you, your upstream and downstream
implications. This will ensure that your goals are also
being met in a larger way.
We are so upbeat about the fact that our
equipment can be disassembled with only one adjustable
throw in the wrench"