The design of a filling machine for sandwich biscuits with required throughput of 1600-3200 pieces per hour is an extremely delicate task and requires a high level of care and attention to detail, including the choice of materials that come into contact with the food product and the ease of cleaning of the machine.
Here at Studio A.S.E., we developed the three-dimensional design of a new stator fan made in two halves for a forced-draught burner.
Our design office undertook the design of a chocolate molding line, designing the chain-driven handling system on a polythene profile from scratch.
We undertook the 3D development of a boiler assembly complete with internal and external sheet-steel panels and valve connection ramps.
A customer from the confectionery industry commissioned us to design a cooling tunnel for food products of different lengths and dimensions.
We reconstructed the 3D model of a boiler base made of pressed stainless steel to analyze the differences with respect to the 3D model of the original design.
Our design office created a 3D model of a shell-molded housing on the basis of an existing worn part, starting from the two-dimensional drawing and the part’s shell-molded housing.
Under an ongoing agreement with a customer from the HVAC and plumbing sector, we develop special burners to customer specifications, starting from series models.
We designed a complete range of horizontal mixers for industrial applications.
On behalf of a client company, we developed the layout of an innovative low-power burner intended for light industrial and residential heating applications.
We developed the design of a check valve for installation on existing boiler bodies, in order to prevent the backflow of gas from the boiler flue when the burner is switched off.
We undertook the design of a turbo emulsifier complete with storage tank and lobe pump for product loading. The function of a turbo emulsifier is to break the bonds of the cream and introduce air into it in order to make it less compact.
We were commissioned to design the necessary modifications to upgrade the components and assemblies of a heat exchanger intended for the North American market, in order to facilitate welding operations and bring the product into line with ASME requirements.