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Kiremko reveals new hydro cutting system during Nacht van Woerden
During the eighth annual Kiremko Nacht van Woerden Kiremko revealed a completely redesigned and optimized hydro cutting system with VPCK product pump.
Fire at Kettle Foods Beloit limited to fryer vat
A fire in a centrifugal cooking vat in the Kettle Foods potato chips factory in Beloit caused no injuries but about USD 170.000 damage in contents
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Heat and Control ships new equipment for 5,000 lb/hr of potato chips.
Engineered to integrate with a customer’s existing potato handling equipment, a new Heat and Control continuous potato chip slicer feeding, washing, and frying system will boost finished chip production capacity and improve product quality.
Florigo showed the 25 tons/h Fryer for French Fries during its open day
Dutch processing equipment manufacturer Florigo, since March of this year a tna company, takes its processing capabilities to a new level with the company’s breakthrough high performance 25 t/h fryer for french fries.
Ningxia Yujing Food Co buys turn-key potato processing lines and potato storage from Kiremko and Tolsma-Grisnich
Strategic partners Tolsma-Grisnich and Kiremko recently supplied a turnkey project at Ningxia Yujing Food Co. in China. The project existed out of a complete French fries and hash brown production line including potato storage and grading system.
Tim Reardon, tna's Processing Group Solutions Manager for the Americas
Leading packaging and processing solutions provider, tna, announces the appointment of Tim Reardon as its new group solutions manager – processing for the Americas.
Heat and Control ships new fryer for formed potato chips
Heat and Control has just completed another continuous fryer system to produce 500 kg / hour of finished formed and stackable potato chips.
Kiremko Highflo Potato chips (crisps) blancher
The potato processing industry is always in motion and so is Kiremko. An ongoing process of innovating and developing of processing lines and machines.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014