Idaho Steel Products

Idaho Steel Products is a manufacturing, installation and engineering company located in Idaho Falls Idaho. The company is fully dedicated to the food processing equipment industry and the potato processing industry in particular.

Idaho Steel will work with its customers during the whole project to develop a tailor-made solution that meets all the specific requirements.

Idaho Steel along with their partners Kiremko and Reyco offer complete potato processing lines worldwide.

Examples include:

  • High Capacity Potato Flakes Lines
  • Lines for Formed Products
  • Fry lines
  • Mash Lines
In addition to complete processing lines, Idaho Steel and its partners offer a wide range of equipment.

Equipment Idaho Steel is particularly well known for include the Nex Gem Rotary Former (for the production of formed potato specialties such as potato patties) and high capacity drum dryers for the production of potato flakes.

Along with equipment Idaho Steel offers sales planning, design, installation, controls and start-up, backed up by an extensive knowledgeable service and parts department.

Idaho Steel turned 100 years in business in 2018, but don’t let our age fool you, along with our experience we offer state of the art lines and technology.
Idaho Steel Products
  • 255 E. Anderson
    Idaho Falls, ID 83401
    United States

Kiremko STRATA Invicta

Idaho Steel Products, Kiremko Food Processing Equipment

The STRATA Invicta® sets the new standard in steam peeling systems, offering the highest yield at the shortest possible cycle times.

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Idaho Steel Keyhole Blancher

Idaho Steel Products

The Keyhole Blanchers is a heated system which moves product through at an adjustable rate depending on process needs. The steam system heats the water to a desired temperature for the type of product being processed.

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Idaho Steel Keyhole Cooler

Idaho Steel Products

The Keyhole Cooler is a cooled system which moves product through at an adjustable rate depending on process needs. This cooler is commonly used as part of a blanch-cool-cook process for the production of potato flakes

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