Chargement...
Partager cette offre d’emploi
Postuler »

Internship in Efficiency of packaging anti dust Vittel (88) H/F

Internship in Efficiency of packaging anti dust Vittel (88) H/F

Vittel, FR

Vittel, FR

Position Snapshot:

 

This 6 Months internship will start in March 2020

Our Offer:

 

The industrial production of beverages in bottles and cans should respect hygienic standards able to assure the quality of the product and the absence of any contaminant. The dust present into the environment and in the production facilities is a potential source of contamination.Its presence should be detected, measured, controlled. In some cases, the dust should be removed from equipment and packaging material.

The internship will take place in a Nestle’ Waters R&D Center (NPTC) in Vittel, France.

The pilot plant of the NPTC  is equipped with some testing facilities in which it is possible to study and reproduced, on a reduced scale the processes of a high-speed line. It is in this Pilot Plant that new industrial solutions are validated before industrial application.

The scope of the internship is to understand the dust build-up in industrial environments, the measurement and control techniques, the removal technologies available so to recommend the most appropriate solutions in different industrial cases

Your Missions:

 

The main steps of the internship will be: 

 

Understand 

  • The overall targets of the work, the stakeholders
  • The context, safety and behavioural rules of operating in an industrial pilot plant or in a beverage plant.
  • The contest, the type of machines and dust observed at industrial level
  • The technical solutions available on the market
  • Literature review on dust material, detection, build-up mechanisms, removal techniques

 

Define

  • A procedure to assess different de-dusting systems commercially available

 

Run

  • Test different de-dusting systems according to a defined procedure

 

Wrap Up

 

Present into a report

  • Dust build-up mechanism
  • Recommendations for dust detection and monitoring
  • Benchmark of industrial de-dusting solutions
  • Recommendation for some identified industrial cases
You:

 

  • Prepare a Bac +4 or Bac +5 formation in Mechanical Engineer with Food Industry knowledge preferred
  • Have Good analytical and mathematical skills, Manual abilities for the mechanical set up the testing rig a Proactivity in the test development and able to work in an international team
  • Are Result focused; openminded and flexibel with a problem solving mind-set
Position Snapshot:

 

This 6 Months internship will start in March 2020

Our Offer:

 

The industrial production of beverages in bottles and cans should respect hygienic standards able to assure the quality of the product and the absence of any contaminant. The dust present into the environment and in the production facilities is a potential source of contamination.Its presence should be detected, measured, controlled. In some cases, the dust should be removed from equipment and packaging material.

The internship will take place in a Nestle’ Waters R&D Center (NPTC) in Vittel, France.

The pilot plant of the NPTC  is equipped with some testing facilities in which it is possible to study and reproduced, on a reduced scale the processes of a high-speed line. It is in this Pilot Plant that new industrial solutions are validated before industrial application.

The scope of the internship is to understand the dust build-up in industrial environments, the measurement and control techniques, the removal technologies available so to recommend the most appropriate solutions in different industrial cases

Your Missions:

 

The main steps of the internship will be: 

 

Understand 

  • The overall targets of the work, the stakeholders
  • The context, safety and behavioural rules of operating in an industrial pilot plant or in a beverage plant.
  • The contest, the type of machines and dust observed at industrial level
  • The technical solutions available on the market
  • Literature review on dust material, detection, build-up mechanisms, removal techniques

 

Define

  • A procedure to assess different de-dusting systems commercially available

 

Run

  • Test different de-dusting systems according to a defined procedure

 

Wrap Up

 

Present into a report

  • Dust build-up mechanism
  • Recommendations for dust detection and monitoring
  • Benchmark of industrial de-dusting solutions
  • Recommendation for some identified industrial cases
You:

 

  • Prepare a Bac +4 or Bac +5 formation in Mechanical Engineer with Food Industry knowledge preferred
  • Have Good analytical and mathematical skills, Manual abilities for the mechanical set up the testing rig a Proactivity in the test development and able to work in an international team
  • Are Result focused; openminded and flexibel with a problem solving mind-set

Postuler »