Hydraulic Sausage Stuffers
The design, stainless steel finish and quality of materials used in these
Hydraulic Sausage Stuffers give them exceptional reliability and long life.
Available in three capacities — 28, 55 and 88 pounds — they feature
one of the smallest footprints available, making them ideal for processing
plants. The optional portion control attachment is capable of portioning
accurate weights from 0.7 to 17. 6 ounces. Hydraulically-powered, these
units feature self-contained stainless steel oil tanks which help prevent
contamination. Oil changes are also not required as often. Each pump is
also safe-guarded, which extends
life and reduces noise levels.
The stainless steel head cover
has twin-locking handles and is
completely removable for ease of
cleaning. The piston is all stainless
steel, is detachable and connects
to a stainless steel ram.
Food Safe Stainless Steel Motors
Baldor Electric Company announces a next-generation food safe stainless steel motor
platform for extreme environments in the food and beverage industry. Baldor-Reliance
Food Safe motors, designed with smooth contours and advanced sealing, exceed IP69K for
water to maximize motor life in high pressure, sanitary cleaning environments. The high
ingress protection rated enclosures offer fully encapsulated windings, effectively sealing the
motor inside and out. Combined with a laser marked nameplate and a footless mounting
design, crevices are kept to a minimum and allows the motor to withstand clean-in-place
procedures. Worker safety is another important component of the food safe stainless steel
motor design. A three-piece-rotatable conduit box allows workers easier access to route
incoming power supply. Color-coded leads also help to quickly, and correctly tie the motor
into the electrical system, using the waterproof heat shrink connectors. On larger frame
sizes, lift lugs are fully welded to the frame to easily set the motor in place
before attaching to the driven equipment.
Baldor Electric Company www.baldor.com
tna has unveiled a new, fully automatic closed loop slurry mixing and spraying system
that delivers advanced levels of application consistency and accuracy. The new intelli-flav CLS 5 was specifically designed to accurately and efficiently blend and apply slurry
seasoning to a range of extruded and dry snack products. Featuring a single tank and
up to six precision spray nozzles, the intelli-flav CLS 5 continuously monitors the undersurface mixing of the oil and seasoning powder to deliver a homogenous mix for a
consistently flavored, high quality product with reduced slurry or product waste. With
four different spray lance designs to choose from, the tna intelli-flav CLS 5 integrates
seamlessly into smaller on-line seasoning systems and larger, main-line seasoning
systems, offering manufacturers a variety of spray ranges for the ultimate production
flexibility. The intelli-flav CLS 5 features a compact, single tank design with a low volume
reservoir (50l/13gal) that ensures there is minimal waste during the frequent flavor
changes of short production runs, but is equally suited for high volume throughput levels.
Built to IP65 standards, the intelli-flav CLS 5 can easily withstand regular washdown
procedures to meet the stringent hygiene regulations of the global snack food industry.
In addition, the system’s nozzles feature tna’s unique atomizing air control technology for an even slurry flow that reduces blockages. An
extended spray lance with seven nozzles and integrated auto-clearance system is available and can act as a failsafe, in which additional
nozzles will be automatically activated until the original spray guns have been cleared, eliminating any interruption to the production flow.
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