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Jenton International is a part of the Jenton Group of companies specialising in the supply and support of technically innovative products for the Packaging, Banding, UV Curing, UV Disinfection, UV LED, Converting industries & Viscosity Control, as well as the food automation packaging industry with Jenton-Ariana 
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On show will be Jenton’s Ariana range of equipment for the food automation market.The latest Ariana pack stacker will be on working display alongside the BCS converger range which is designed to work with all major rollstock thermoforming machines. Ariana also specialises in seal testing equipment for ready meals and other gas flushed packs and a working test module will allow visitors to test any samples they bring along to the exhibition. In addition to working equipment, information will be available on pad placing, diverging and pick and place equipment from the company. Also at the three-day event will be bag sealing equipment from Jenton’s partners Emplex, in Canada. Continuous bag sealers are available for medical, food and general packaging applications with a wide variety of options such as vacuum, gas flush, trim and validated seals. Again,equipment will be working and therefore visitors are encouraged to bring samples along to test them out.
Pack Stacker Converger for Food Packaging Automation
Jenton’s subsidiary JenAct will have uv disinfection equipment on the stand which is suitable for surface sterilisation of packaged or unpackaged products as well as surface sterilisation of packaging materials and air duct components. JenAct’s uv Torpedo units for disinfection of airflows in ducts or food stores will also be on the stand. JenAct’s partner Bactest will be demonstrating its Speedy Breedy bacterial testing unit which allows users to test for contamination without having tosend samples away to laboratories. This versatile, portable microbial respirometer provides rapid detection of microbial contamination. Jenton is also showing its full range of heat seal and ultrasonic seal banding machines on its second stand, number A13
Jenton’s new pack stacker.
On one of its two stands at the exhibition, the Jenton Group will show a full range of heat seal and ultrasonic seal banding machines from ATS in Switzerland, heat seal stretch banders from CE (USA) and a new range of its own brand ‘TT’ heat seal banding systems. Bench top machines to full automation options can also be supplied by the company. Banding can be with paper or plastics film in widths from 20 - 60mm. Materials can be printed or plain and optimised for properties such as strength or ease of opening. Applications extend from the basic ‘holding things together’ to tamper evidence, labelling, easy shelf loading, postal security and other added value features.
Banding range gets its own stand for the first time at the show
Heat Seal Banding Machine- TT180 from Jenton
Stand A13 www.jenton.co.uk
The TT180 heat seal banding system from Jenton
SHOW 2015
Heat seal bench top banders offer a cost effective way to achieve tamper evidence
Banding Machine for Paper and Film SHOW 2015
Equipment helps food to stay fresh and safe
Machinery Update, Oct 2015
Machinery Update, Oct 2015
Capability in Packaging, UV, Converting
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Jenton Ariana is expanding its range of products for                                   food manufacturers this year as vistors will see. In addition to its range of seal testers for gas flushed thermoformed packs (typically for bakery), the company has developed and sold several seal testers for ready meals applications with random infeed up to 140 per minute. “We see this market growing because of the conflicting demands of long shelf life delivered by barrier films with perfect seals contrasting with the need for easy peel,”  
says Richard Little, managing director of Jenton that specialises in UV disinfection. In the food industry,applications include the treatment of HVAC coilsand air ducts and surface applications such as conveyor belts as well as the direct treatment of food.
JenAct has ten granted patents on this technology and can act in a consultative role to help advise what UV can actually achievein any given application before then advising whichthe most appropriateequipment for the job is.
Seal testing along with pack stacking and UV
Jenton has launched the Bandit range of heat seal bench op banders which areavailable in two tape widths -30 and 50mm. Plain or printed materialscan be used on the units as well as products with cross sectional dimensionof up  to 240mm.These small machines are ideal for banding individual products for labelling or security or in multiples for promotions or shelf stacking.The units are compact, are easily portable and they can apply bands at up to 25cycles per minute without any need for compressed air. A simple tension adjustment is included to suit the product being banded, along with a patented tape guide mechanism to allow trouble free tape feeding.
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Measuring the quality of chocolate
Viscosity control system offers gains for confectionery
Taking place at the same time as Düsseldorf-based interpack was Metpack, the exhibition for metal packaging in Essen and Jenton International was sharing a stand with Opti-Color. Traditionally, the J-VC viscosity control system from Opti-Color has been used for coatings and inks but, it has been found to be ideal for monitoring and controlling the process quality of products such as chocolate, wax and fats. “Monitoring the viscosity of chocolate, rather than its temperature, optimises the process as it gets over the problem of heat being given off when it solidifies,” explains Richard Little, director at Jenton International. “This can therefore ensure the quality of the chocolate more accurately,” he says. T 01256 892194 W www.jenton.co.uk Measuring the quality of chocolate 3rd LHP MU N-D 2016
“Monitoring the viscosity of chocolate, rather than its temperature, optimises the process as it gets over the problem of heat being given off when it solidifies,” explains Richard Little, director at Jenton International. “This can therefore ensure the quality of the chocolate more accurately,” he says.
Taking place at the same time as Düsseldorf-based interpack was Metpack, the exhibition for metal packaging in Essen and Jenton International was sharing a stand with Opti-Color. Traditionally, the J-VC viscosity control system from Opti-Color has been used for coatings and inks but, it has been found to be ideal for monitoring and controlling the process quality of products such as chocolate, wax and fats.
Machinery Update, May 2017
Pack Stacker Converger for Food Packaging Automation
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Equipment helps food stay fresh and safe

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Machinery Update, Oct 2015
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On one of its two stands at the exhibition, the Jenton Group will show a full range of heat seal and ultrasonic seal banding machines from ATS in Switzerland, heat seal stretch banders from CE (USA) and a new range of its own brand ‘TT’ heat seal banding systems. Bench top machines to full automation options can also be supplied by the company. Banding can be with paper or plastics film in widths from 20 - 60mm. Materials can be printed or plain and optimised for properties such as strength or ease of opening. Applications extend from the basic ‘holding things together’ to tamper evidence, labelling, easy shelf loading, postal security and other added value features.
Banding range gets own stand for first time
Heat Seal Banding Machine- TT180 from Jenton
Stand A13 www.jenton.co.uk
The TT180 heat seal banding system from Jenton
SHOW 2015
Machinery Update, Oct 2015
SHOW 2015
On show will be Jenton’s Ariana range of equipment for the food automation market.The latest Ariana pack stacker will be on working display alongside the BCS converger range which is designed to work with all major rollstock thermoforming machines. Ariana also specialises in seal testing equipment for ready meals and other gas flushed packs and a working test module will allow visitors to test any samples they bring along to the exhibition. In addition to working equipment, information will be available on pad placing, diverging and pick and place equipment from the company. Also at the three-day event will be bag sealing equipment from Jenton’s partners Emplex, in Canada. Continuous bag sealers are available for medical, food and general packaging applications with a wide variety of options such as vacuum, gas flush, trim and validated seals. Again,equipment will be working and therefore visitors are encouraged to bring samples along to test them out.
Jenton’s subsidiary JenAct will have uv disinfection equipment on the stand which is suitable for surface sterilisation of packaged or unpackaged products as well as surface sterilisation of packaging materials and air duct components. JenAct’s UV Disinfection Conveyors for disinfection of airflows in ducts or food stores will also be on the stand. JenAct’s partner Bactest will be demonstrating its Speedy Breedy bacterial testing unit which allows users to test for contamination without having tosend samples away to laboratories. This versatile, portable microbial respirometer provides rapid detection of microbial contamination. Jenton is also showing its full range of heat seal and ultrasonic seal banding machines on its second stand, number A13
JENTON Group
Heat seal bench top banders offer cost effective tamper evidence
Jenton Ariana is expandingii ts range of products for food manufacturers this year as vistors will see. In addition to its range of seal testers for gas flushed thermoformed packs (typically for bakery), the company has developed and sold several seal testers for ready meals applications with random infeed up to 140 per minute.  
“We see this market growing because of the conflicting demands of long shelf life delivered by barrier films with perfect seals contrasting with the need for easy peel,” says Richard Little, managing director of Jenton that specialises in UV disinfection. In the food industry,applications include the treatment of HVAC coils and air ducts and surface applications such as conveyor belts as well as the direct treatment of food.
JenAct has ten granted patents on this technology and can act in a consultative role to help advise what UV can actually achievein any given application before then advising whichthe most appropriateequipment for the job is.
Seal testing with pack stacking and UV
Jenton has launched the Bandit range of heat seal bench top banders which areavailable in two tape widths -30 and 50mm. Plain or printed materialscan be used on the units as well as products with cross sectional dimensionof up to 240mm.These small machines are ideal for banding individual products for labelling or security or in multiples for promotions or shelf stacking.The units are compact, are easily portable and they can apply bands at up to 25cycles per minute without any need for compressed air. A simple tension adjustment is included to suit the product being banded, along with a patented tape guide mechanism to allow trouble free tape feeding.
Banding Machine for Paper and Film
Measuring the quality of chocolate
Viscosity control system offers gains for confectionery
“Monitoring the viscosity of chocolate, rather than its temperature, optimises the process as it gets over the problem of heat being given off when it solidifies,” explains Richard Little, director at Jenton International. “This can therefore ensure the quality of the chocolate more accurately,” he says.
Taking place at the same time as Düsseldorf-based interpack was Metpack, the exhibition for metal packaging in Essen and Jenton International was sharing a stand with Opti-Color. Traditionally, the J-VC viscosity control system from Opti-Color has been used for coatings and inks but, it has been found to be ideal for monitoring and controlling the process quality of products such as chocolate, wax and fats.
Machinery Update, May 2017