April 22, 2024

“Pushing Boundaries” at Anuga FoodTec 2024

PROVISUR® makes industrial food processing even more efficient, productive and profitable

Formax NovaMax 400 with high-speed mold plate drive, offers increased throughput, precise weight control, simple product changeovers and low operating costs

Flawil, 11. March 2024 – Provisur Technologies, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is one of the leading suppliers of equipment for industrial food processing. At Anuga FoodTec from 19th to 22nd March 2024 in Cologne, the company will be presenting innovations from its Further Processing, DMC (Defrosting, Marinating, Cooking), Slicing and Separation business units under the motto “Pushing Boundaries”. The machines and systems stand for greater efficiency, first-class product quality and a higher yield. Provisur Technologies will be demonstrating its comprehensive line expertise in Hall 9.1, Stand B-040-C-059: the equipment on show can be easily integrated into complete solutions.

Further Processing: State-of-the-art forming technology, increased throughput
Representing the Further Processing business unit, the Formax NovaMax 400 former demonstrates maximum performance. The system on show at the trade fair is used for forming burger meat, but is also ideal for products such as poultry, protein alternatives, animal feed, baked goods and more. The machine, with high-speed mold plate drive, offers increased throughput, precise weight control, simple product changeovers and low operating costs. Overall, the NovaMax series is known for its solid construction and exceptional reliability. The machines are suitable for processors of all sizes. They help to increase profits and productivity by guaranteeing accurate fills with consistent weights. The Formax VerTex 600 former with rotary drum for high capacity processing lines presented at Anuga FoodTec also impresses with its high throughput and consistent portioning. The machine has a servo driven dual lobe pump which can be used in a variety of applications and is characterized by its low-maintenance and easy to clean design.

DMC: Fast, even defrosting, higher yields
The Lutetia brand from the DMC (Defrosting, Marinating, Cooking) business unit is one of the world’s leading names in defrosting, marinating, and cooking technologies. The innovative systems work with a patented process and impress with unrivalled precision and maximum flexibility. Trade visitors will experience the Lutetia Tumbler T40 with a capacity of up to 1,200 kg for defrosting fresh meat products, e.g. chicken breast, beef or any pork pieces. The patented Lutetia steam-vacuum process saves time and improves yield. The gradual low-pressure injection of steam under vacuum, speeds up the thawing process without the risk of cooking the product surface. Frozen blocks are gradually separated and reach uniform temperatures through tumbler rotation.

Slicing: Modular press-to-slice- complete line for automated pressing and slicing
A complete modular system simplifies the automated processing of bacon and other natural shaped meat for users. With its small footprint, it ensures even greater efficiency in the press-to-slice process and helps meat-processing companies to increase their yields. The turnkey line presented at Anuga FoodTec consists of various perfectly harmonized high-performance modules: In addition to the Hoegger Xpress form press and the new PTS (Press-to-Slice) module with scan and positioning function for multiple-lane slicing, the central element of the system is the new Formax SX550 slicer. It has an extra wide slicing throat of 550 mm, enabling several products to be sliced simultaneously and achieving a high slicing capacity.

Provisur –“Pushing Boundaries” – leading established brands for industrial food processing

Separation: High performance and high-quality results
The STS belt separator range with a capacity of up to 5000 kg/h works with soft tissue separation, a technology that produces particularly high-quality results and achieves a high yield when separating bone fragments, tendons, cartilage, and other source material. The flexible pressing belt of the STS pulls the product through while pressing against a perforated drum. Adjustable mechanical pressure causes the soft parts to pass through the holes in the drum, while the hard components remain on the outside of the drum. This technology is also ideal for products such as potatoes, fruit, or vegetables, e.g. for ready meals, but it is also for depackaging defective or preempted food

Provisur Technologies at Anuga FoodTec 2024 from 19 to 22 March in Cologne:
Hall 9.1, Stand B-040-C-059.

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