September 17, 2015

17/09/2015: Bühler Aeroglide appoints Jason Pintuff to manage Process Development

http://www.buhlergroup.com/drying
Jason Pintuff, Process Development Manager
Bühler Aeroglide, a global leader in thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed, and industrial materials has appointed Jason Pintuff Process Development Manager. In this role, Pintuff will coordinate the company’s international lab resources and technical processing support to help customers create and manage successful food processing operations.

Collaborations with food manufacturers in recent years have helped Bühler recognise critical food processing needs, leading to advances in food safety research and the development of game-changing hygienic processing equipment. Now, customers are increasingly looking to Bühler for start-up expertise that brings new products to life.

“Bühler is known for analytical lab testing capabilities, process knowledge and the global resources and support necessary to design winning product innovations,” said Tom Barber, Vice President of Process Engineering.

“If a customer wants to roast a sunflower seed to a particular colour or add a flavour seasoning, we define processing parameters through a developmental lab phase. Data then gets applied to the design of equipment and the manufacturing of machinery scaled up for a full production line. As Process Development Manager within the Process Engineering Department, Jason will now manage and coordinate field engineering, international lab services, data tracking tools and the technical training necessary for our customers to own and operate successful food, feed and industrial processing operations.”

Bühler Aeroglide’s process development group not only helps customers develop new products and design the most efficient thermal processes for them, this group focuses on maximising existing thermal processes through system evaluations and staff training. Mr Pintuff will introduce customers to this new alignment of the company’s state-of-the-art resources that include Bühler Aeroglide’s Technical Laboratory in Cary, NC, Bühler’s Food Innovation Centre in Minneapolis, MN, a food safe lab in China, the Analytics Laboratory at Bühler headquarters in Uzwil, Switzerland, analysing foodstuffs and technical materials at all stages of processing, as well as drying technology labs in South Africa, India and Brazil.

Pintuff’s experience will serve Bühler customers well. Mr Pintuff joined Aeroglide in 2005 as a Field Engineer and later transitioned to Process Engineering where he served the feed market as an Applications Specialist. In 2011, Mr Pintuff began supporting sales for the food and feed industries, and most recently, he served as Regional Sales Manager. Prior to joining Bühler Aeroglide, he was a Project Manager for Microthermics, building lab drying equipment for Fortune 100 food companies. He also worked in the power generation division of Siemens. Pintuff has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from North Carolina State University and an ASE in Engineering from Isothermal Community College.

“I’m excited about working with our worldwide team of engineers and scientists to leverage Bühler’s unique expertise, now aligned to enhance operations for our customers,” said Mr Pintuff.

“We do more than help food manufacturers with thermal processing equipment. We provide food science specific processing expertise, and this is expected to be a significant value to all food applications.”

Bühler Aeroglide manufactures dryers, ovens, roasters, toasters, and hot air expansion systems for the food, feed and industrial product markets. Since 1940, the company has been providing innovations for a better world in the form of high-quality thermal processing equipment.

Read more about Bühler Aeroglide HERE.
 

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