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SFW - Water Treatment (Solids Removal)
Solids handling system designed to work in conjunction with washing or other solid saturated water systems. This system can be sized and implemented to produce clean recirculated water where solids removal is required.
Heat and Control - Unitized Vacuum Fryer
Versatile vacuum frying made simple. Self-contained vacuum fryer saves space & controls acrylamide.
Heat and Control - E-FLO™ Electroporation System
E-FLO is an Electroporation system that uses pulse electric fields (PEF) technology. The system sends PEF through the cell walls of potatoes and root vegetables and perforates the cell membranes with microscopic holes.
Blizzard - new sorting solution for IQF market
The Blizzard free fall pulsed LED camera sorting machine is the most ideal and cost effective optical food sorting machine for the IQF (frozen) vegetable and fruit processing industry.
Kiremko WeighGuard
The WeighGuard® is an advanced system for dosing and weighing flavourings and additives that takes into account the line capacity
Heat and Control - FastBack® Left Right Center (LRC) Diverting Weigher Infeed Solution
The FastBack Left Right Center (LRC) is a compact double multihead weigher feed solution designed to provide a precise, consistent product stream to Ishida's patented back-to-back 218 twin weigher.
SFW - Tapered Roll Sizer
Size your potatoes using the compact and easy to clean SFW tapered roll sizer
Potato Chip Fryers
The Heat and Control Multi-Zone Potato Chip Fryers deliver the ultimate in processing flexibility. Used to produce most of the world’s potato chips, these fryers deliver superior product quality, clean operation and total reliability
TOMRA 5B sorting machine
The TOMRA 5B sorting machine guarantees optimal sorting of your food products, from vegetables and potatoes to leafy products.
It helps you to meet the highest standards for both food safety and quality.
Ishida IX-G2 dual energy X-ray inspection
The new Ishida IX-G2 X-ray inspection systems uses a unique dual energy process that compares absorption of x-rays on two levels, avoiding problems from overlapping products.
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