Our Product Solutions Group Draws Lots of Attention!
A couple of months ago, I shared with you the news about launching our new Product Solutions Group that relies on our decades of expert engineering of automation and robotics and manufacturing integration to provide a complete line of production and packaging solutions.
The marketplace has responded very positively and many current Delta customers, as well as new ones, have shown great interest in our offering. Many found it to be a great way to implement upstream integration with existing manufacturing lines.
If you have not looked into it yet, you might want to check out the line card (attached) and call us for more information to learn how it will help you with efficiency and reducing costs.
Lyle Rusanowski, CEO
Keeping it Spotless with Washdown Packaging
AMI’s 10 Sanitary Design Principles
It goes with the territory, food and beverage manufacturing plants are naturally messy and at high risk for bacteria and fungus growth.
Food items processed at an unhygienic plant could negatively impact thousands of consumers.
According to the FDA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that foodborne disease causes, 48 million people (1 in 6 Americans) to get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die each year.
The American Meat Institute (AMI) generated a Fact Sheet on Sanitary Equipment Design which are guidelines automation equipment builders use to design sanitary solutions for the Food Processing and packaging market.
Delta’s CEO, Lyle Rusanowski, Appointed to Advisory Board of Arizona Bank & Trust
We are extremely proud of our CEO, Lyle Rusanowski, for being appointed to the Advisory Board of Arizona Bank & Trust in recognition of his many years of business leadership. He and the other board members were recently featured in the Phoenix Business Journal’s “Most Admired Leaders” section.
Leonardo’s Robotic Knight
- Artisan, architect, and inventor Leonardo da Vinci was a true Renaissance man. He was fascinated by human anatomy and spent long hours studying how the body worked. He reasoned that the same principles of how muscles propelled bones applied to machines, and the concept of the robotic knight was born!Designed sometime around 1495, these detailed schematics demonstrated how a machine based on the anatomical structure of a human being could be built.
The robot knight reflected da Vinci’s detailed studies, including proportional distances between joints and using pulleys and cables in the place of muscles. A close examination of the ration of the distance of the knight’s limbs reveals it obeys the Canon of Proportions as described in da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man.
The robot knight was capable of standing, sitting, raising its visor and independently maneuvering his neck, jaw, and each of his arms.
Delta Technology Supports the Arizona Tech Council
Delta Technology recently attended the 2019 AZTC Tucson, the Annual Golf Tournament, Friday, May 3rd, 2019 at the Lodge at Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club in Tucson, AZ.
As their biggest annual fundraiser, Delta Technology had the privilege of being the award sponsor and helped announce the winners and present trophies. There were also raffle drawings for hotel accommodations, rounds of golf at prestigious courses around the valley, art and various gift baskets.
The Arizona Tech Council hosted 144 golfers at this tournament and offers many ways to get involved in the Tech and Business community. As a sponsor, we enjoyed a sunny afternoon connecting with other companies that share our enthusiasm to advance technology throughout Arizona. We look forward to participating in future unique events with our team.
Financing and Leasing
Did you know that we offer* Equipment Financing/Leasing?
- 100% financing which can include freight and installation cost
- 3-7 Years finance terms
- $1.00 purchase options
- Deposits required with your order can be provided on your behalf
- U.S. and Canadian financing available
* Financing is offered through a third party and subject to credit approval
- Great rates with fast turnaround time
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