Choosing a Water Screen for Your Cooling Tower System

Water screens made from a variety of metals and alloys play a crucial role in preventing trash and debris from damaging pumps and other sensitive components used in industrial cooling tower systems. Many types of industrial process plants rely on cooling towers to remove waste heat, including oil and gas refineries; chemical, fertilizer and plastics manufacturers; power plants and even paper mills.

Cambridge Celebrates 41 Associates for Careers Spanning Five to Forty Years

Cambridge, Maryland (March 8, 2017) Cambridge - a pioneering metal manufacturer headquartered in Dorchester County and one of the Mid-Shore’s largest employers - held an employee service celebration Thursday, March 2 at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort. The recognition banquet capped a week of activities celebrating Cambridge employees and their many contributions.

Cambridge Unveils New Conveyor Belt

Cambridge Engineered Solutions offers new CamEDGE MORE conveyor belt for poultry and meat processing industries. New mesh overlay allows food product to rest directly on belt for cooling and freezing processes. Offering an added dimension to its popular CamEDGE conveyor belt for cageless spiral systems, the new Cambridge product features the same edge treatment as the original design but includes an interior mesh overlay to accommodate smaller foods and soft poultry and meat parts placed directly on the belt.

Cambridge Introduces Metal Modular Conveyor Belt

New Conveyor Belt - Ideal for Horizontal and Incline Conveyors in Poultry & Meat Processing - Debuts at IPPE

Cambridge Opens Conveyor Belt and Component Center to Serve 'EMEA' Customers

The facility based in the Netherlands offers service during Central European business hours with multilingual support available for customers based in European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) countries.

Metal, Plastic, or Both?

Food Processing finds out when and why you might specify metal or plastic conveyor belts. We were proud to be featured along with our colleagues at Rexnord in the magazine's November issue on "Conveyors: Making the Right Choice." See page 22 and learn why Cambridge's President and CEO said, "Metal belts are traditionally more closely associated with the process side of production. Stainless steel belts can withstand elevated temperatures for cooking and baking and provide an excellent, non-porous sanitary surface. Further, metal belts are unaffected by sparks, incendiaries, open flames or excessive heat."

Baker & Biscuit Profiles Cambridge Technologies

The acquisition of steel conveyor belts manufacturer Cambridge Engineered Solutions by Rexnord reflects clients' need to consolidate vendors and choose a single supplier that is capable of providing multiple conveyors belts, parts and services, as Barry Voshell, Cambridge's director of global business development explained.

Rexnord and Cambridge Engineered Solutions Join Conveying Solutions

World Bakers reports on Cambridge's acquisition by Rexnord: Since Rexnord acquired Cambridge Engineered Solutions this summer, the companies are focused on innovation and equipment development that allows bakers to move goods more quickly and efficiently from dough to door.

Cambridge Unveils Two Highly Customizable Spiral Cage Conveyor Belts for Baking and Packaged Foods Industries

Cambridge Engineered Solutions has unveiled Variable Cambri-Link® and Variable DuraLite®, two of the most highly customizable conveyor belts available for spiral cage applications to proof, cool and freeze baked goods such as bagels, breads and pizza shells as well as packaged foods, including ice cream and frozen entrees. The two patented products – both adaptations of existing fixed-size Cambridge belts – allow end-users to specify desired opening widths during Cambridge factory production to achieve the correct support, air-flow and strength-to-weight ratio for specific products.

Using Traveling Water Screens Results in Savings

Read Process Cooling May 2016 issue and learn how one chemical processing facility added custom traveling water screens to its cooling towers and saved $200,000. See complete article here: