UK – Henry Simon, a leading global provider of intelligent milling products and services, has announced that its Henry Simon Purifier (HSPU) machine has been awarded 2020 GOOD DESIGN® Award for its perfection in design.
The HSPU is used for semolina purification and classification process in flour mills and is reported to have a robust design equipped with Advanced Sensor Technology which enables the machine to operate with optimum efficiency.
In the statement, Henry Simon Milling said that new HSPU, designed in partnership Italdesign Company, stands out with its new look and improved ergonomics and functionality.
The new purifier’s Advanced Sensor Technology, features sensor that independently focus on a higher level in energy saving, process optimization, reliability, error prevention, and operational safety.
Henry Simon has a strong International Award background starting with 2018 Grapas, Good Design 2018 German Design 2021 with HSRM Roller Mill machine.
The Good Design award is however among the most important awards that Henry Simon Milling has ever received.
This is because, Good Design, founded in 1957, remains the oldest and the world’s most recognized program for design excellence worldwide.
Good Design represents the world’s critical mass of the design and manufacturing industry featuring the best consumer design ranging from the ‘spoon to the city’ for sustainability, superior design, and unparalleled function.
The award comes a month after Henry Simon completed a new mustard mill for Colman’s Mustard in Norfolk, UK.
Henry Simon provided a turnkey package for the design and installation of the mustard mill from seed cleaning and preparation, milling and blending, through to small and large bag packing.
Also included was the provision of all seed and flour storage bins, mechanical installation, electrical installation and control system with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) capability.
The new mill produces mustard flour and other specialty products that are packed on site or processed in other facilities to produce mustard paste and a tin packing facility for their very popular dry mustard flour.
“The decision to use Henry Simon, to provide milling expertise and equipment, continues a tradition of partnership with the Colman`s brand dating back many years,” said David Martin, managing director of Condimentum.
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