TOMRA's Steam Peeling solutions
Steam peeling is the most efficient method of removing skin from vegetables and fruit. Lines processing between 1,000 kg/hr–65,000 kg/hr can benefit from TOMRA’s produce steam peeling equipment, resulting in savings of raw material and energy.
SureSet 16 cutting head
The SureSet 16 Cutting Head is FAM's latest solution for high capacity slicing, such as in the production of potato chips
Heat and Control - Unitized Vacuum Fryer
Versatile vacuum frying made simple. Self-contained vacuum fryer saves space & controls acrylamide.
PIP Innovations - D-Blade High-speed robotic cutter
The D-Blade high-speed robotic cutter developed by PIP Innovations halves or quarters your potatoes EXACTLY the way you want at a speed of 5 potatoes per second per robot.
Kiremko Primary Oil Filter
The Primary Oil Filter filters the oil of an entire frying system, making sure the oil is clean and crumb-free. With the very narrow pass, the POF provides a better result than most other filters installed in this part of a processing line.
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.
Heat and Control - Fastlane
Heat and Control Fastlane infeed conveyors offer Easy, safe and cost-effective delivery of a singulated stream of potatoes to multiple slicers.
Tummers hydro cutting line for potatoes, fruits & vegetables
Tummers Food Processing Solutions is the biggest player in hydro cutting technology in Europe. An extensive range of typical Tummers Food Processing Solutions standard equipment is available, while layout and details are custom designed.
TOMRA 5A Potato Sorter
The TOMRA 5A sorting machine brings more than 98% removal rate of foreign objects, quality inspection and peel quality control to the table.
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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