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Advantec Process Systems is a privately held company with over 40 years experience in the Dairy and Food Industry.
Advantec Process Systems is the vision of James Camp, the President and Designer of the Advantec Family of Process Monitoring and Control System Technologies. James grew up in the Dairy Business milking, feeding and caring for dairy cows. After graduating from Auburn University in Dairy Science, James entered the U S Army as a Second Lieutenant. In 1971, after reaching the rank of First Lieutenant and serving in Korea for 13 months as a Nike Hercules Battery Commander, James was honorably discharged from the Army. He returned to the family farm to begin a career in Dairy Farming.
Beginning in 1982, James held the position of Field Service and Calf Development Specialist for Provimi Veal, Brookfield Wi. In 1985 James became a Regional Sales Manager for Foss Food Technology and held this position until July, 1996. Foss Electric, the Parent Company of Foss Food Technology was the original developer of rapid milk analysis using the light scattering principal. When Infra Red technology began, Foss acquired the technology and began using it in their instruments throughout the world.
While working with the dairy industry James determined that a simpler method for measuring fat and solids in milk would increase productivity and profits. An instrument that didn't use chemicals, require that the sample be tempered or have so many moving parts was what the industry desired.
James learned that using NIRT (Near Infra Red Transmission) could be used to measure Fat, Protein and Total Solids in Dairy Products. This inspired James to develop the Quad Beam Sensor technology and apply this technology to the measurement of milk components. Since that time Advantec has developed sensors that can be used to accurately measure the dilution of Orange Juice Concentrate; Separating efficiency of egg whites and yokes using a separator; Vitamin addition to fluid milks; milk, water transitions in fluid milk pipelines; cheese milk standardizing; whey protein separation efficiency; leak detection in fluid milk plants; Fat-water separation in meat plants for salvage of fat and waste water treatment; and waste water treatment with separation chemicals.
By being a small company with low overhead, efficient use of labor and resources, Advantec can offer the most attractive pricing possible and the customer knowledge that they can communicate their problems and needs to a company composed of people who care.
The overall objective of Advantec Process Systems is to do everything possible to improve the profitability of its customers and be that partner with them in achieving their goals and visions.
To be continued