With its innovative spray system, MULTIVAC Sustainable Liquid Interleaving, the company is introducing a sustainable solution for packaging thinly sliced or highly sticky products. This means that there is no requirement for the conventional interleaving film between the slices of these products – and the consumption of plastics during packing can be reduced to the bare minimum. Thinly sliced cheese, ham or vegan products are presented attractively in the pack, and the individual slices can be removed cleanly by the consumer. The new system can be integrated into existing slicer lines. Precision nozzles atomize a liquid interleaving medium, which is both odorless and tasteless, and can be tailored to the sliced product.
The new GEA OptiSlicer 6000 offers a blade design that provides smooth cutting action, as well as eye-level electronics and a clear-view operator panel. The machine is easy to maintain, ultimately reliable and benefits from GEA’s leading remote maintenance service. Regularly shaped products, such as calibrated sausage, salami, cooked ham and cheese – even products that are known to be difficult to slice – can be handled easily without the need for crust freezing. The OptiSlicer 6000 can also be mirrored in left and right-hand versions to minimize footprint and enhance productivity.
Deville Technologies is a solutions-focused manufacturer and distributor of hygienic industrial food cutting solutions. Deville caters to processing plants looking for sanitary, durable, and practical equipment. The FAM Tridis product line is specifically designed to help processors of both fresh and IQF vegetables and fruits reach perfect cut quality at high volumes. Its small footprint but rugged stainless-steel design allows processors to dice a variety of products. No matter if you are looking to cut peaches, mango, pears, or root vegetables such as carrots, beets, onions, butternut squash or sweet potatoes, the FAM Tridis is your perfect match.