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Revolutionary new fryer by Kiremko for the production of fries and potato specialties: the Corda Invicta

Revolutionary new fryer by Kiremko for the production of fries and potato specialties: the Corda Invicta

Kiremko, the innovative market leader in potato processing equipment, is launching a new fryer called the Corda Invicta. Two years of investigation, research, testing and consulting of customers lead to a new, revolutionary design of the Kiremko Corda Invicta Fryer. Along with the Strata Invicta steampeeler, Kiremko again introduces product leadership in the marketplace.

With up to 30% less oil content, 15% less factory footprint, hygienic design and low maintenance belt and pumps system, it is slim, strong, safe and sustainable. Trusted technology is redesigned, new technology incorporated. Ready for the future and leaps ahead. This summer Kiremko will present the Corda Invicta to the first launching customers.
 
Two years of investigation, research, testing and consulting of customers lead to a new, revolutionary design of the Kiremko CORDA Invicta Fryer

Two years of investigation, research, testing and consulting of customers lead to a new, revolutionary design of the Kiremko Corda Invicta Fryer

Andy Gowing, Director Kiremko:
 
"Customers change, markets change, products change, consumers change. Change is a constant driver for innovation at Kiremko. No wonder that the customer had a leading role in the development and design of the Corda Invicta."

"No wonder that even the smallest functionality was reconsidered, rebuilt, retested.  All the knowledge and experience of Kiremko is now shared with the market, by launching the Corda Invicta."
The Corda Invicta fryer is suitable for frying (coated) French fries and all kinds of other potato specialties and will be available in 2022.
 

Additional Info

Are you curious about the other unique features of the Corda Invicta, such as capacities and oil use? To find out, visit www.corda-invicta.com

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