Henry Simon purifier receives Grapas 2022 Award

NETHERLANDS — Henry Simon’s new purifier (HSPU) received a Grapas 2022 Award during the VICTAM International exhibition in Utrecht, Netherlands, thanks to its new features and technological innovations.

The new HSPU Purifier has been developed in the collaboration of Henry Simon R&D team with Italdesign, one of the most famous industrial design offices worldwide.

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It combines the advantages of a new design and technology to yield higher reliability, better operational safety, and consistent quality together in the bran removal process.

On top of its reliability, strong architecture, and sanitation; the new purifier presents plenty of new features and innovations for its users. 

It is equipped with Advanced Sensor Technology, in which four different sensors are used to ensure safe and reliable bran removal process, and consistent performance.

The Human Detection Sensor contributes to the energy-saving at a big extent while the Ambient Sensor optimizes processing conditions by monitoring the machine’s environmental working conditions.

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The digital manometer sensor works to ensure optimal air flow inside the machine and the Motor Load Sensor is used for monitoring the amperage load of vibro motors, to ensure a safe and efficient operation.

The purifier includes a touchscreen control panel that allows monitoring of the operating data including amplitude, frequency, static air pressure as well as the motor load ratio, and is built to satisfy majority of the sanitation standards using food grade materials for product contact surfaces.

In addition, the maintenance software allows monitoring of the status of consumable parts (rubber springs, LED light, vibro motors, etc.), as well as maintenance history, error log information, etc.

Furthermore, thanks to all these high technology components, the machine is ready to incorporate into the near future artificial operating systems.

This is the third award for the machine. Following its release at the end of 2020, its new look and improved ergonomics and functionality won it the Good Design Award in the same year after which it proceeded to win the German Innovation Awards in 2021 for its technological improvements.

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