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Publication Date: 01/1988
Pages: 4
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Blending system wrings problems out of detergent manufacturing operation

Problems in manufacturing industrial soaps, bleaches, and foaming and nonfoaming detergents led Puritan/Churchill Chemical Co. of Atlanta, Ga., to search for a better handling, blending and packaging solution.

In March 1987, when the company began doing research to find mixing and blending equipment that would solve its problems, it had several objectives in mind. It wanted to increase production rates, reduce the costs incurred for direct labor in its soap and detergent manufacturing line, improve the quality of its finished product, and streamline its overall manufacturing process.

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