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olding boxes / sleeves of PET/ PP/BIOPLASTIC/PVC , gluing with polyurethane adhesives, no solvents. Réglettes/Réglettes for macarons/ lids of materials PET/BIOPLASTIC/
PVC ultrasonic welding, without solvents Cylinders of materials PET/BIOPLASTIC /PVC lateral ultrasonic welding and the bottom ultrasonic welding , without solvents
Cylinders of materials PET/PP/ BIOPLASTIC/PVC bottom of metal and pressure lid with easy – opening All of our products are certified for alimentary use and are sold with certificates of migration.
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Machineries, plants and equipment for food and beverage industry year XXVI - issue n.1- February 2014 managing editor Enrico Maffizzoni e ditorial manager S.V. Maffizzoni
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printing Faenza Industrie Grafiche Italian Magazine Food Processing Europe: single issue: Euro 25 Annual (six issues): Euro 120 Outside Europe: single issue: US$ 30 Annual (six issues): US$ 170 Subscription payment can be made in the name of Editrice Zeus sas, by bank money transfer or cheque. Italian Magazine Food Processing An outline of the suppliers of machines, plants, products and equipment for the food industry. Published: Bi-monthly Registration: Court of Milan no. 676 of 20-09-1989 Shipment by air mail art.2 comma 20/b law 662/96 - Milan Panorama dei fornitori di macchine, impianti, prodotti e attrezzature per l’industria alimentare Periodicità: bimestrale. Autorizzazione del tribunale di Milano, n°676 del 20-09-1989 Spedizione in a. p. 45% art. 2 comma 20/b legge 662/96 Filiale di Milano The reproduction of the articles and/or pictures published by this magazine is reserved (the manuscripts and/or photos sent to the Publisher will not be returned). The Editor declines all responsibilities for any mistake of photocomposition contained in the published papers of any magazine by EDITRICE ZEUS.
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PRODUCTION IN PERFECT FORM
Errepan is one of Italy’s leading producers of baking pans and metal baking equipment for the confectionery and bread-making industries.
ove for the perfect form Over 25 years of passion for the perfect form have allowed Errepan to position itself on the Ita¬lian podium of metal pan and equipment manu¬facturers for the confectionery and bread-making industries. Technological evol¬ution, innovation and determina-tion have done the rest to satisfy an increasingly diversified and heterogeneous demand, borne of the international comm¬ercial relationships that the company has developed over the years. Certified quality Errepan has been ISO 9001 certified since 1998 for its system of quality, guar¬anteeing respect for operational
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proc¬edures throughout the entire production process. Complementing the company’s certified quality is the quality of its daily inter¬actions with clients, with a part¬icular focus on meeting their needs. International trade shows In addition to Italian events, Errepan has long had a pres¬ence in the biggest international trade shows to reach local mar¬kets and give potent¬ial clients the chance to “see with their own eyes” the reality that excell¬ence in the field currently represents. The products With a broad, comprehensive line of products, Errepan is able to sati¬sfy
every need of the confect¬ionery and bread-making industry. The range of available forms is constantly expanding, motiva¬ted by (among other things) the push from clients, which the marketing department (with inim¬itable support from the technical office) then takes as its own and transforms into perpetually new products and solutions. Pans for croissants, plum cakes, muf¬ins, tarts, the most original soft cakes, but also for pan¬bauletto, pan carré, and sand¬wich bread. The tray with self-carrying paper cup holders is an inter¬esting and innovative solution. It can be used as a pan on the produc¬tion line or as a support in the product proto¬typing phase, with a consequent reduction in cost.
Loaf pan with ridged containers
Pan for croissants on a single aluminium tray or sheet
Flat sheet for high output machines
Semi-spheric form with highly non-stick Teflon.
Slotted loaf pan with automatic cover lock
Sheet for hamburgers for up to 125mm in diameter
Tray with self-carrying paper cup holders
Pan for muffins with a large selection of shapes and diameters
Stackable pan for panbauletto
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50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE LOGISTICS-BAKERY FIELD
e manufacture trolley and bakery equipment MADE IN ITALY. We have developed our know-how as a result of fifty years experience in the sector and we have invested in order to optimize production. We work daily with several customers both in ltaly and overseas. In the production we use only certified raw materials &highest technological machines.
Only professional solutions Wheels Baguette ROTOR® racks Customized
Logistics bakery fields Racks – baguette trays – wheels and customized service
WHEELS&HOUSINGS Ruincar produces wheels&ZincPlated or stainless steel castors for every purpose at high temperatures. Nous fabriquons également des roues et des roulettes pour tous les besoins et en partuculier nous produisons des roulettes en acier galvanisé et en acier inox pour les hautes temperatures.
PLANE & CORRUGATED TRAYS We produce trays for industrial & artisan bread lines and for rack ovens applications. Industrial line trays utilize stainless steel frames combined with high strength perforated Aluminium Alloy screens. All Aluminium trays are designed to
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be used on industrial lines and rack oven applications and screens can be welded or riveted at frames. Nôtre Societé produise des plaques pour des lignes de panification à la fois industrielles et artisanales et pour l’utilisation sur les chariots four. La ligne industrielle utilise un cadre en acier inox assemblé avec une feuille en alluminium perforé. Toutes les plaques ont été produites pour être utilisées à la fois sur des installations industrielles et sur des chariots four et la feuille est soudée ou rivée au cadre.
ROTOR® RACKS We produce stainless steel handling racks &roto-ovens stainless steel trolleys. We can supply every kind of hook configuration. Our technical department as in his files every drawing of the most important worldwide bakery ovens manufacturers.
Nous fabriquons aussi des chariots de manutention et pour four rotatif en inox. Nous pouvons produire n’importe quel couplage. En archives nous avons las dessins techniques des fabricants de fours de boulangerie las plus connus.
CUSTOMIZED PRODUCT Non-stick teflon® coatings exceed 5000 bake cycles… and coatings will not peel of. Trays are free of metal burs. Customized dimensions available. Trays are supplied clean and ready to bake! www.ruincar.com Nos revêtements en téflon® dépassent les 5000 cycles de cuisson, donc vous n’aurez pas de problèmes de détachement Nous avon aussi la possibilité de produire des plaques personnalisées pour nos clients. Chaque plaque est propre et prête à l’emploi.
COMPONENTS FOR PROCESSING AND PACKAGING – A NEW EVENT DURING INTERPACK 2014 Suppliers to the packaging industry will be showing their products for three days next door to the flagship fair
y introducing “components for processing and packaging”, Messe Düsseldorf is extending its offering in relation to interpack 2014. The event is taking place from 8 to 10 May 2014 during the first three days of the world’s most important trade fair for the packaging sector and related processing industries. The venue is Düsseldorf’s City Hall (Stadthalle) in the Congress Center South (CCD Süd) at the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds. The trade fair is targeted at companies specialising in motors and drive technology, control and sensor technology, products for machine vision, handling technology, industrial software and communication, and complete automation systems for packaging machines. It is also directed at manufacturers of machine parts, components, accessories and peripheral equipment and of components and auxiliaries for packaging means. “‘components for processing and packaging’ is extending the breadth of the offering flanking interpack ti include the supplier side. Although supplier companies may not exhibit at interpack itself under the fair’s eligibility criteria, they can now benefit from the unique exhibitor diversity of interpack as the leading international fair. Conversely, exhibitors at interpack only need to
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Special take a short walk to find out about their suppliers’ products and services,” explains Bernd Jablonowski, Director interpack. The idea of bringing interpack exhibitors and their suppliers together by introducing “components for processing and packaging”, an event aimed exclusively at the packaging and processing industry, was expressly welcomed by interpack’s Advisory
Council. This body consists of leading companies of the sector and the most important German associations for all exhibit categories at the flagship fair. To make participation as easy as possible for exhibitors at “components for processing and packaging”, stands are being offered in complete packages comprising stand construction, furnishings and power consumption in
sizes of 9, 12 and 18 square metres. Exhibitors at and visitors to interpack and “components for processing and packaging” can visit both fairs without having to buy a separate ticket. Interested companies can register as of now at www. packaging-components.com. The allocation of exhibitor placements for “components for processing and packaging” starts on
«COMPONENTS FOR PROCESSING AND PACKAGING» – UNE NOUVELLE ESCORTE POUR INTERPACK 2014 Trois jours de présentation des produits de la sous-traitance de l’industrie de l’emballage dans le sillage direct du salon pilote
a Messe Düsseldorf complète l’offre du salon interpack 2014 par une manifestation intitulée « components for processing and packaging ».
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Elle se déroulera du 8 au 10 mai 2014 parallèlement aux trois premiers jours du plus grand salon de la branche internationale de l’emballage et de l’industrie des pro-
cess apparentés. La Düsseldorfer Stadhalle au Centre des Congrès Sud (CCD Süd) est le lieu désigné pour cette présentation au Parc des Expositions de Düsseldorf. Le
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salon s’adresse aux entreprises spécialisées dans la technique de l’entraînement, de la commande et des capteurs et à celles qui proposent des produits pour le traitement industriel des images, la technique de manutention, le logiciel industriel et la communication ainsi que des systèmes d’automatisation complets pour les machines d’emballage. Il interpelle d’autre part les fabricants de composants et d’accessoires de machines ainsi que d’appareils périphériques, tout comme les producteurs de composants et auxiliaires pour moyens d’emballage. « En organisant l’exposition « components for processing and packaging », nous complétons l’offre du salon interpack par la sous-traitance. Les entreprises appartenant à cette catégorie qui, d’après la nomenclature du salon, ne sont ellesmêmes pas admises à interpack, tirent ainsi parti de l’incroyable diversité des exposants présents sur le salon pilote international. En contrepartie, les exposants d’interpack peuvent s’informer par les voies les plus courtes sur les performanes de leurs sous-traitants », explique Bernd Jablonowski, Directeur du salon interpack. Le conseil consultatif interpack avait réservé un très bon accueil au projet de réunir les exposants interpack et leurs sous-traitants en organisant le salon « components for processing and packaging » à orientation exclusive sur l’industrie de l’emballage et des process. Ce conseil se compose d’entreprises leaders de la branche ainsi que des plus importantes fédérations allemandes issues de tous les domaines de l’offre du salon pilote. C’est pour simplifier le plus possible la participation des exposants au salon « components for processing and packaging » que des stands leur seront proposés sous la forme d’un forfait, ce qui sous-entend le montage, l’équipement et la consommation électrique des stands, dans des superficies de 9, 12 et 18 mètres carrés. Exposants et visiteurs pourront aller et venir entre les salons interpack et « components for processing and packaging » sans ticket supplémentaire. Les entreprises intéressées peuvent s’inscrire sans plus tarder à l’adresse www.packaging-components. com. Le coup d’envoi des activités de planification en vue du placement des exposants du salon « components for processing and packaging » sera donné le 1er octobre 2013.
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH Postfach 10 10 06 _ 40001 Düsseldorf _ Germany Tel. + 49(0)2 11/ 45 60-01 _ Fax + 49(0)2 11/ 45 60-6 68
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UNICA E LIBRA:THE FUTURE IS NOW UNICA and LIBRA represent an innovative concept of equipment/ service that is collecting a lot of interest through the operators of gelato, patisserie and food industry generally.
he technology of powder and liquid dosage, specialty for more than 40 years of the Company LAWER S.p.A in Cossato, Biella â€“ Italy has allowed to apply also in artisanal laboratories the concept of automation and management where the informatics use in the weighing operations of the ingredients guide the operator and eliminates every kind of errors and allow to manage in efficient way the production. UNICA is the completely automatic system that performs all the necessary weighing operations to prepare the recipes with the assurance of the precision. Since now in the artisanal laboratory the dosage of the ingredients was effected only in a manual way; now with UNICA this phase of the preparation can be automatized with quality vantages but in particular in the replicability of the recipes always the same, with total production know-how protection (the own recipes). For this reason UNICA is placed as a confident partner for all that operators that wish to organize their production in an innovative way with a careful look to the product quality and to valorization of the most authentic tradition, besides not lose sight of life quality and production cost reduction. With UNICA you can enjoy the benefits of the automatized technology improving the productions authenticity. UNICA, manufactured in the industrial version, could be employed in the food industry where the need of the precision in micro-dosages is still present in some phases of the production of patisserie, bakery, pasta and in the
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meat and salami production where is required the weighing of the flavoring (recipes with salts and spices). UNICA manages and weighs automatically the ingredients that compose recipes, without requiring the presence of the operator and allows to save time in the laboratory to be spent at the service of the customers. In a fully automatic way, UNICA repeats countless times the error free weighing of the recipes of solid ingredients guaranteeing a constant quality of the final product. UNICA optimizes production time and reduces working hours and costs of the personnel in the laboratory. Using UNICA the personnel could work without knowing and having at their disposal the customized recipes protecting your own production know-how. Accessing to a protected area, it is possible to verify and monitor the daily production, monthly production , production cost, consumption reports and many other useful data that allow to manage with efficiency the production. LIBRA is the semi-automatic version of UNICA that helps and guide in the management of the laboratory and in the preparation phases of the recipes but doesnâ€™t weigh automatically the ingredients. LIBRA guides and attends the operator step by step in all the operations of manual weighing of the ingredients, showing the right ingredients to be weighed and the required quantity, showing when the weighing has reached the correct quantity and the required precision eliminating in this way all the errors and the waste typical of a manual operation. Through the checking with
the management software, LIBRA guarantees the replicability of the recipes increasing in this way the efficiency in the laboratory reducing preparation times. A specific program in LIBRA software is used for the calculation of the mixture balancing allowing a careful evaluation of the final product quality. LIBRA is provided with a software program that manages the laboratory, check every single recipe providing consumption and costs reports of every single ingredient or of complete recipe, allows to constantly verify the effected production and the daily, monthly or in the wanted time period produced quantity. It allows the management of raw materials batches for a perfect data traceability. Thanks to LIBRA, despite not having the automatic weighing operation you could improve efficiency and control and optimize production times in laboratory. With UNICA and LIBRA the technology and informatics are at the service of artisanal and industrial production improving efficiency, traceability and quality allowing a modern management of operation since now manually executed.
AT RADEMAKER, THEY HAVE MANAGED TO TRANSFORM THE BAKERY TRADITIONS OF THE PAST INTO ROBUST... STATE-OF-THE-ART INDUSTRIAL BAKERY PRODUCTION LINES THAT MEET AND EXCEED CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS ALL OVER THE WORLD.
ounded in 1977, Rademaker was one of the first companies to specialize in the development and supply of innovative solutions for the bakery industry. Today, Rademaker is one of the front runners in the bakery industry, with global presence and a service that goes well beyond the delivery and installation of bakery production lines alone. Dedicated, highly skilled and experienced professio-
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nals employ the latest engineering technology to provide customers with solutions that allow them to face the future with confidence. Based upon customer requirements, Rademaker food technicians combine customized innovations with the latest standard technology, resulting in flexible production lines and turn-key solutions. It is no surprise that dough processing holds no secrets to Rade-
maker. Rademaker solutions are geared towards the customerâ€™s specific dough process and products. The development process starts in the Rademaker Technology Centre, here production processes are tested in an optimal testing environment. Rademaker technologists develop the best products their customers demand and translate these into a Rademaker production line that will yield maximal results in
terms of product quality and return on investment, with a focus on ingredient and waste reduction The Rademaker portfolio contains a wide range of dough processing machines. Rademaker incorporated its bread know-how into the flexible Crusto bread line that allows its users to anticipate the future requirements of their markets. Designed to produce a wide range of breads, the machine allows fast product changeovers and expansion with customized additions. This way the customer can easily adapt their product range. The Rademaker Flatbread production line is able to produce a wide variety of high quality flatbreads to lusciously topped pizzas. Croissant production lines were among the very first Rademaker bakery production lines. Today, Rademaker is the recognized leader in flexible croissant lines, guaranteeing large quantities. Over three decades of experience become evident in an unsurpassed dough quality.
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Special The secret of good croissant dough and pastries originates in the laminator process. Rademaker is an expert in stress-free dough sheeting and handling and has valuable experience in sheeting technology. That is why Rademaker developed four different laminator methods, based on market-driven research and development. Rademaker Laminators guarantee high output and the very best quality. They can be developed both as a block processor or a fully automated laminator. By adding the Rademaker universal make-up line also a wide range of pastry products ca be produced. Rademaker also offers production solutions for pie and quiche products with their Pie line. A unique combination of proven and new technology plus attention for detail, all based on customer requirements, guarantee Rademaker to be the perfect partner in the bakery industry. Therefore it is no surprise that Rademaker has proven itself as a worth full partner for the Worldwide baking industry.
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Consistent Quality. Consistent Efficiency. Consistent Profitability. Your customers demand the highest product quality, delivered every time, at the right price. At Rademaker we understand the challenges and pressures our customers face every day. We offer our bakery equipment solutions only one way â€“ The Right Way. Rademaker is: Sanitary wash-down design for over 20 years Industrial designs for longer more efficient production runs Highest product quality and consistency Rademaker 24/7 after sales service & support has no equal Call +31 345 543 543 for the specialist in food processing equipment and industrial baking systems. Or visit us at
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SOBATECH CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS FOR DOUGH.
obatech is the Dutch specialist in continuous systems for the industrial production of dough. These can be all kinds of dough’s for a wide range of products: cookies & biscuits, toast & sandwich bread, rolls & buns, croissant & pastry, baguette & pizza, etc.
The Sobatech system. The Sobatech continuous system has 3 stages which all operate on the basis of ‘first in – first out’. 1)Dosing. The objective of the Sobatech system is to produce a constant flow of dough of always the same, homogeneous consistency and always the same and correct temperature and dough development In order to reach a constant flow of the right temperature & consistency dough, all ingredients need to be present in always the same and the correct quantities everywhere in the Sobatech mixer/kneader. Therefore, Sobatech has developed a very accurate dosing system, both hardware & software. Special attention was given to maintain a high dosing accuracy during the re-filling of the dosing hoppers. This has resulted in dedicated open-source software (no ‘black box’). The dosing of the solid ingredients is done through the ‘loss-in-weight’ principle. Except during re-filling when there is ‘gain-in-weight’ situation. The Sobatech software controls the feeder screws during normal operation& re-filling of the hoppers in such a way that the dosing accuracy re-
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Special mains very high. For the dosing of the liquid ingredients, high precision pumps and flow meters (mag-flow or coriolis) are used. 2) Mixing. Sobatech handles a 2-phase mixing process. The 1st stage is the socalled homogenization phase. In this phase the dry ingredients pass through a homogenizer, coming from the dosing section. The dry ingredients enter the homogenizer from the top in very fine particles (like a dust) When flowing through the homogenizer, the liquid ingredients are sprayed in very fine particles (like a mist) under a 90째 angle in the flow of dry ingredients. This is done via a medium pressured injection system. Under these conditions a perfect hydration of the flour is reached as well as a homogeneous distribution of the active substances in the mix. Subsequently, the flour absorbs a high quantity of water. Each liquid ingredient uses dedicated nozzles and has a dedicated connection position on the homogenizer. This way a most optimal mix of the dry & liquid ingredients is reached. The result is that a mass of mixed ingredients, representing already approximately 75-85% of the complete mixing cycle, leaves the homogenizer and flows into the mechanical mixer which is the 2nd stage of the mixing process. This 1st stage does not put any energy into the dough. The mechanical mixer consists of 2 counter rotating spiral-type tools, each mounted on a separate axle. The mixing tools handle the mass very gently and provide the movement that completes the mixing phase.
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Liquid ingredient dosing.
3) Kneading. From the 2nd stage of mixing the dough is automatically transferred to the kneading section. The kneading tools are mounted on the same axles as the mixing tools. Therefore there movement is combined and the connection between the 2nd mixing stage and the 1st kneading section is seamless. Sobatech has developed specially designed tools that are counter rotating on both axles. Due to the specially designed kneading tools we are able to carry out the kneading process in defined and controlled steps where the kneading intensity is constantly measured and controlled. The excellent kneading characteristics of both machines ensures perfectly controlled energy input into the dough. This means less energy loss in the kneader compared to a batch kneader and therefore a substantial reduction in electricity consumption. A n o t h e r innovation is provided in the form of the scrapers which allow a gentle and controlled output of the dough at the end of the kneading container. The-
se scrapers also have the advantage that the dough is not pressed into the tool bearings. The mixer/kneader housing is equipped with a double jacket. The cooling medium can be cold water or glycol. The control of the double jacket cooling is integrated in the software controls. When the dough temperature is too high and the process water temperature is already at the minimum, the double jacket cooling is automatically activated. Sobatech continuous systems, key features: - Always the same dough consistency & temperature = less waste. - Low dough temperatures without ice = better process control. - Increased weight accuracy per dough piece = cost savings. - Short dough change-over times = high flexibility. - Serious reduction in electricity consumption = lower cost of ownership. - Wash-in-place / clean-in-place systems = easy to operate & maintain. - Very small footprint (5.000 x 900 x 1.500 mm) = easy to fit in.
MAKE UP SMALL
ccessories make up table SMALL Gauging roller Humidifier drop (water ) Double cutting station Electric depositor with 4/6 output Folding units Flour and sugar duster Raisin and chocolate dispenser Snail reeler Mechanical guillotine Scrap removal device Dampening system and spraying Higher belt for 2nd dough layer Higher calibrating unit Adjustable spreading belt Trolley for accesories Customized knives Matrices for molds Retracting panning belt system
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make up table SMALL
and touch screen with 100 programs friendly use Wide range of accessories to match customer requirements Containers for the collection of the flour Choosing the running direction of the line to the left or right
Make up table for the ARTISAN production for any kind of dough. Maximum flexibility to match product and customerâ€™s requirement thanks to the wide range of accessories. Control system with touch screen symbols to high ease of use.
AISI-304 stainless-steel construction Quick belt release for cleaning (1) Control console arm (3) Quick fastening of accessories Fast electrical connections for cleaning and easy used Scraps plastic containers (2) Belt cleaning scraper Protected motors and wires Centralized electrical and electronic cabinet for total control Hardware
Belt speed ........................0 â€“ 6 m/min Control console arm......................IP65 Colour touch screen................Siemens Programs..........................................100 PLC and drive...........................Siemens Voltage............... 230-400V 50/60 Hz Command voltage......................24VDC Length from.....5000 mm (customized) Table width...............................700 mm Belt width...............................650 mm Table heigth............................900 mm Placement.............................on wheels
MAKE UP XL
ccessories make up table XL Gauging roller Flour brush Double cutting station Humidifier drop (water ) Scraps deflectors motorized Scraps belt Electric depositor with 4/6 output Folding units Flour and sugar duster Raisin and chocolate dispenser Snail reeler Pneumatic guillotine Scrap removal device Dampening system and spraying Higher belt for 2nd dough layer Higher calibrating unit Adjustable spreading belt Trolley for accesories Customized knives Matrices for molds Retracting panning belt system
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make up table XL Powerful make up table for the INDUSTRIAL production for any kind of dough. Maxi- mum flexibility to match product and customer’s requirement thanks to the wide range of accessories. Control system with touch screen symbols to high ease of use. AISI-304 stainless-steel construction Rounded corners and 45° reinforcements to avoid powder and flour deposit Quick belt release for cleaning (1) Control console arm (4) Quick fastening of accessories Fast electrical connections for cleaning and easy used (2) Scraps plastic containers (3) Belt cleaning scraper Protected motors and wires Centralized electrical and electronic cabinet for total control Hardware and touch
screen with 100 programs friendly use Wide range of accessories to match customer requirements Height-adjustable feet Overhead electric cables on channel Containers for the collection of the flour Choosing the running direction of the line to the left or right
Technical specifications Belt speed.............................. 0 – 8 m/min Control console arm............................IP65 Colour touch screen.....................Siemens Programs................................................100 PLC and drive.................................Siemens Voltage..................... 230-400V 50/60 Hz Command voltage............................ 24VDC Compressed air requirement...........6 bars Length from......... 6.500 mm (customized) Table width.....................................700 mm Belt width.......................................650 mm Table heigth...................................900 mm Placement.................................... fisso-fixed
TRADE FAIRS IN RUSSIA MOSCOW AS THE CENTER
oscow is the center of business in Russia. All major Russian and international companies are represented here. Moreover, the Russian capital is the meeting point between Asia and Europe and is one of the most important exhibition centers in the world. Trade fairs in Russia serve as the most important tool to establish new business contacts. Particularly the active product presentations on-site and intensive dialogues with company representatives play an important role for decision makers and successful contracts conclusion. The business practices in Russia and the CIS differ in some aspects compared to the Western world. In particular, the personal contact is of great significance. Creation of a strong and effective partnership and its regular maintenance are the keys to business success in Russia.
innovations from leading companies in the industry. An extensive supporting programme with numerous workshops, master classes, product presentations and seminars lets visitors experience. Notably for international companies, modern bakery moscow provides the best opportunity to learn about
the latest innovations and features of the Russian bakery and confectionery market and to establish important contacts to decision makers in the industry. For many years now Modern Bakery Moscow enjoys a steady exhibitor and visitor growth rate. The sustained success of the trade fair is owed
Around Modern Bakery Moscow - the trade fair in figures For over 19 years, the exhibition has been representing the entrepreneurial success of numerous companies in Russia and the CIS. Today, the trade fair has established itself as one of the most important international events in the bakery and confectionery industry worldwide and is the leading trade fair for the Russian and the Eastern European market. Decision makers from more than 30 countries meet at Modern Bakery Moscow every year to get information on the latest trends and
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(31 %), chocolate (15 %), ice cream (9 %), refrigeration (8 %), supporting programme of the exhibition (5 %), coffee and tea (4% each). Most visitors benefited from Modern Bakery Moscow by making new contacts (54 %), by learning about new products and innovations (45 % ) in order to maintain their business (28 %), or even by entering into new business contracts (26 % ) and getting new business ideas and information (24% each).
Consumption in Russia is increasing - great market opportunities In Russia an average per capita consumption of bread is about 120 kg
(+14 %). The total sales volume of the bakery and confectionery industry has increased from 2011 to 2012 by more than 15 %. This is worth more than 11 billion Euros. Furthermore, no matter whether it is confectionery, coffee, chocolate, ice cream or sweets: the consumption increases, and not only sales figures, but also the demand for new technologies, machines and developments. By 2020 the Russian government is planning to make high investments into the development and renovation of Russian bakeries. Most of the machines and equipment stem from the 1980s, and there is an urgent need for modernization to keep pace with the global development.
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not only to the extended supporting programme and strong appeal of the event as the leading trade fair for the bakery and confectionery industry. In April 2013, over 14,000 trade visitors visited Modern Bakery Moscow, which is 28.5 % more compared to 2012. With 243 exhibitors the trade fair has achieved an increase of almost 10 %. Most exhibitors came from abroad to present their latest machines and technologies; there were 99 Russian and 144 international companies. The interests of the professional visitors were distributed as follows: bakery (58 %) and confectionery (49 %), machinery (43 %), raw materials
MORE THAN JUST BAKING Modern Bakery Moscow is not only the leading trade fair for bakery and confectionery since
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Make flour since 1832 with art, craft and passion
he land around Piacenza is brimming with products, ideas and projects that have made this area an economic leader in many sectors. The motto ‘Placentia floret’ was often stamped on coins in the sixteenth century to highlight the flourishing agricultural activity that made this city a leader in contemporary food production. However it was only in the nineteenth century that advanced industrial technologies started to become fundamental to this level of excellence, enabling the more intrepid of its citizens to become businessmen, people who moulded the city’s history. This was the case with the Dallagiovanna family who, thanks to the determination of its great-great grandfather, made full use of the traditions of a land rich in cereals, mills and water. The Molino Dallagiovanna opened in 1832 with the acquisition of a stone mill and it developed over the subsequent one hundred and sixty years thanks to continual modernisation that saw the installation of a first cylinder mill in 1949, followed by a second in 1960, a third in 1975 and finally the ultramodern ‘Bühler’ installed in 2001. Universal
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flours or flours specifically studied for the various culinary sectors - confectionary, pizza-making, pasta and bread, begin and end their journey in the Dallagiovanna laboratories: the one of research and analysis, where the best blends between grains are studied and the one of White Art, where the protagonist is the end product, created by the knowing hands of important Masters or tried and retried by the students of the Courses and the themed workshops organised by the Molino, also in collaboration with the principal training institutions. This story continues down to the present day, across two centuries of radical transformation and a progressive increase in production due to a high level of computerisation and the constant commitment of Pierluigi, Sergio and Andrea. Today the business founded by Guido, Renzo and Vittorio Dallagiovanna offers over 50 blends, approved by international quality certifications and processed with the best production methods of every era. In line with technological advancement, production combines the right balance between tradition, innovation and respect for the environment.
OUR SPECIAL FLOURS - Classics Everything is special in Dallagiovanna’s flours: intuition in choosing the most suitable wheats, methods of analysis and research, best tradition processes and the most avant-guard machinery. Last but not least there are the Masters of the White Art Laboratory, important professionals and teachers in the leading schools in Europe, whom with their experience are fundamental for the continuous improvement of production.
THE SPECIAL FLOURS: 100% nature, 100% high quality Our wheat comes exclusively from the EU, USA and Canada, and the majority is from Piacenza”KM. 0”. We also require a wheat passport from our suppliers, stating the origin and any treatments the grains were subjected to. The grains are stored naturally, with cool air and without pesticides. We are the only mill to wash grain using potable water, and once the kernel is adequately dampened, milling is even and slow, without ever damaging the starches and protein. Finally, we implement constant
Quality Control, thanks to the professionals in our Production Department, our Analysis and Research Laboratory and the White Art Masters who work in constant collaboration to render every blend the perfect Flour.
WHEAT WASHING The practice of washing is – or better was – used mainly to clean the wheat and to eliminate impurities before the milling process; the flour becomes whiter and the grains can be milled in a more homogeneous way. After a first air cleaning, grains are dipped in water for some hours, according to their properties. It is a very important process, now forgotten by big companies that prefers, for financial reasons, dry cleaning followed by conveyor conditioning. The Molino Dallagiovanna, along with few other small high-quality artisan producers, considers cleaning one of the key requirements for creating a superior flour, regardless of the extra costs and profit margins.
“ORIGINAL DALLAGIOVANNA” PRODUCTS
FAR PASTA From our laboratories and the intuition of Pierluigi Dallagiovanna, here is the Triplozero and The Triplozero Gold: extremely white and perfect for every type of pasta, including filled pasta. In conjunction with Granito, ideal for Gnocchi and for the improved outcome in recipes with sauces. FAR PIZZA For pizzas with the taste and fragrance of yesteryear, but suitable to any kind of process, including the most modern ones, as the cold process. For every type of productive requirement, here are four different types of leavening, tested by the best Pizza Masters. FAR PANE A multitude of variants, created ad hoc together with the best Master Bread-makers, for the thousand recipes of historical and global tradition. Rustiche, wholemeal and the classical 0 and 00. Able to obtain strength, yield and development with contemporary processes, maintaining the taste and fragrance of a craftsmade product.
Beware of imitations! FAR DOLCI - “le dolcissime” Created with the contribution of Master Confectioner Achille Zoia: Brioches and Soft, Panettone and Z, Frolla, Sfoglia. Malleable yet resistant, with great proteinic balance and easy to knead, they will bestow your confectionaries a natural delicacy and unique final taste.
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FAR FOCACCIA A 3 grain, very smooth and elastic soft wheat flour. Simple to use and ideal for all types of focaccia. KEBABREAD FLOUR Special for panini and pita bread and soft and light kebabs, with traditional aroma and flavour.
FAR PICCOLO Pasta, Pizza, Universale. For catering, hotel and restaurant. For your home use. Only the size is small, in our 10 to half a kilo packets: the quality of the grains, the research for the best balance between taste and processing is equal to professional production, making it a product chosen by some of the best Masters in the sector. Discover also….FAR BIO and FAR SU MISURA...
DALLAGIOVANNA GLUTEN FREE MIXTURES: IT’S A CRIME NOT TO TRY! The Dallagiovanna line of gluten free flour is a point of reference for all professionals who use alternative flours. It is also ideal for those who suffer from gluten intolerance or other disturbances linked to food allergies, or those who are following specific diets or who simply want to vary their regular diets. Designed and tested for each specific sector, the new gluten free Dallagiovanna flours are currently offered in six varieties: for fresh pasta – ready to match the qualities and workability of Triplozero – for fresh whole wheat dough – with the uniqueness of Teff – for bread & pizza, for short crust dough, for fried sweets and for leavened products. There are new ingredients in these mixtures, but the same guaranteed Dallagiovanna quality: specific attention to research, totally natural flours, carefully selected raw materials conserved without the use of
Special any chemical agents, ensuring excellence, flavor and workability, tradition and responding to modern demands.
SPECIAL FOR FRESH PASTA The Triplozero gluten free variety A super white mixture, without resting times, which does not enlarge and can be conserved long term without alterations in its organoleptic qualities. It is also suitable for pasteurization and slow drying. It requires higher humidity levels (obtained through the use of whole eggs) in respect to traditional flours: precisely 60% for manual processing, 50% for processing with a mechanical cylinder and 40% in extrusion processing. The mixture is suitable both for manual processing and mechanical processing without any â€œadjustmentsâ€? in extrusion processing.
SPECIAL FOR FRESH WHOLE WHEAT DOUGH Flavor and health, with one of a kind Teff A unique flour mixture: the first flour mixture in the world that combines the features of gluten free flour with Teff. The dough will be simple
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and ductile, the finished product will have the aroma of whole grains, and thanks to the composition of the dough, the pasta will also absorb sauces perfectly.
and creates an easy to handle dough with excellent yield. The finished product is light and fragrant, flakey and consistent at the same time.
SPECIAL FOR BREAD AND PIZZA
SPECIAL FOR FRIED SWEETS
The solution for combining flavor and easy handling Simple and easy to handle, the dough can be used to prepare pizza and bread quickly, without ever compromising the quality of the finished product. The mixture results in elastic dough, with excellent firmness during the leavening process and a significant increase in the cooking volume. Bread and pizza prepared with this mixture have a well-structured interior, and more importantly, fabulous flavor. To be processed using a classic method, without pre-kneading or biga.
Aromas and flavors of our land. A truly unique mixture, to create one of the ultimate traditional Italian delicacies: fried sweets. From carnival recipes to local pastries, just add butter and liqueurs, and the dough is ready to be rolled out and fried. The final product will be fragrant with a one of a kind taste.
SPECIAL FOR SHORT CRUST PASTRY To satisfy taste buds in a healthy way A mixture designed specifically for preparation of cakes, cookies and pastries. It has the proper protein content
SPECIAL FOR LEAVENED CAKES The flavor of the holidays all year long A one of a kind product, to be used for preparing large leavened cakes like Panettone, Pandoro and Colomba, and in recipes all year round for brioche and croissants, classic aromas of traditional Italian baking using modern techniques. The product maintains leavening, double kneading techniques and long leavening times.
STORCI AND PRESSES, TECHNOLOGY TO MEET EVERYONE’S NEEDS
torci has always made its mark on the international market with its pasta and couscous production plants. Without doubt it is thanks to its widespread reputation in building presses, the real beating heart of any pasta production line. Its experience and high level of reliability start with the large presses which are built exclusively for Fava and completed by all the other models where quality and attention to detail are never lacking. Up to 600 kg/hour for the production of dry pasta with solutions for making many different types of pasta: from the simplest shapes to the most complex special pastas. Our jewel in the crown? Innovative dough preparation systems such as the Premix® and the Beltmix®, continuous automatic dosing units for dry and liquid ingredients, hardened stainless steel three-spiral extrusion screws with variable pitch for special pasta shapes and longlasting performance. All presses are built from stainless steel and are designed to produce all kinds of pasta using circular to linear dies. The V70.1-220 TV/G and V 90.1250 TV/G models have a horizontal head and are used to produce short-cut pasta and sheets for long pasta (e.g. tagliatelle), cut, or filled pasta. The vertical head models, 70.1 TV, 90.1 TV / 105.1 TV, 130.1 TV, cover a production capacity ranging from
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180 - 750 kg/h for short-cut pasta and 150 - 600 kg/h for long-cut pasta. The N and D configurations of the double head represent the most interesting patent. The double linear and circular head “N” is specifically designed for short-cut pasta, nested pasta/lasagna sheets and nested pasta/extruded lasagna,
while the double circular and linear head “D” is specifically designed for short- and long-cut pasta, nested pasta/lasagna sheets and extruded lasagna. With the use of special extrusion screws it is also possible to produce special short-cut pasta shapes such as paccheri (sachets) and long-cut candele (candles), ziti (hol-
Special low tubes) and fusilli bucati lunghi (long tubular spirals). Accurate hydration of ingredients is guaranteed by the patented PremixÂŽ pre-mixing system with electronic regulation of the flow rates based on the set recipes, controlled by the PLC with touch screen: a great way to guarantee excellent production. The application of total vacuum in the tank and the variable profile compression systems complete the processing of the dough to give a yellower product with an improved texture of the cooked pasta. All presses have kneading tanks with paddles attached to the shafts without the use of bolts to guarantee easier cleaning, rounded internal corners and holes for draining of washing water, robust thrust bearing units and high-performance and long-lasting screws. Storci hasnâ€™t just limited itself to testing its presses in the field of pasta production, it has extended its sphere of activity still further,
entering the confectionary sector for the production of sugar grains, liquorice and chocolate grains, and the pharmaceutical sector for the production of citrate based granular digestives. The continuous and constant study given to its presses over time also makes use of a laboratory which has been certified by the Italian Ministry of Higher Education and Research and is widely specialized in the extrusion sector. A further guarantee to testify to the hard work Storci has put into research for many years in its own company. The latest innovations are the WD models, which are 100% washable for regular and constant manual
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Special cleaning, as prescribed by USDA standards, and built using construction materials which are resistant to the aggressive action of the chemical agents and/or steam used during sanitization procedures. WD, Washdown is the process of cleaning surfaces which come into contact with foodstuffs from top to bottom using detergent solutions applied using a high-pressure jet cleaner. Maximum speed in fitting and removal operations and, on the inside, raw material transfer units free from stagnation points, protruding bolts or any other components which could prove difficult to clean, facilitate these operations which are of great importance to production. Walkways, steps and platforms and
all structures which are usually horizontal are built following anti-slip criteria to prevent operator slipping hazards during washing operations. At the same time sloping surfaces are designed specifically to meet optimum washing water runoff to avoid stagnation points.
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FROM EXPERIENCE SITEPâ€Ś THE WATER COOLER IN CONTINUOUS
he increasingly stringent hygiene regulations introduced to the water used in the food industry, combined with the need to use cold water for a good dough, directed us to design this particular type of water coolers which have high performance and optimum quality/price relationship. The refined design and the possibility to be hung to the wall, solve the problem of space and allow the installation of the water cooler near the source of use, eliminating the dispersion of water temperature due to the route in the pipeline when it is placed remotely. The dosakit can be combined to each model; in addition to the functions of water-meter, thanks to the special bundled software, it makes available a wide range of applications to speed up and optimize the work of dough. The function of heating as well as cooling, makes the machine useful and usable throughout the year (and not just in the summer).
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The hygiene: the appropriate serpentine, which contains the water to be used for dough, is made entirely of stainless steel so the water is never in contact with air, eliminating in this way the breeding of bacteria. The dual-circuit cooling / evaporator avoids the possibility to pollute the water in the event of failure of the cooling system. The thermic exchange between the cooling circuit and the recirculation circu-
it (of the water to be used) is ensured by an immersion pump which constantly moves the water. Using mains pressure, the unit doesnâ€™t need pumps for dispensing. Setting of the desired water temperature through a suitable electronic temperature controller. The circuit for the filling of the tank makes it easy to install, avoiding the onerous task to open the machine the first time.
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USING TECHNOLOGY, MIELE CREATES CUTTING EDGE CONFECTIONS
orn in 1968, today MIELE is a leading company in the design and construction of packaging systems. A history formed by wisdom and experience, a future orientated towards research and development and a present which sees the use of extensive MIELE products, in over 40 countries worldwide. Double block bottom machines. Ultrasonic sealing. Complete lines for bulk sizes. These are just a few of the technological innovations proposed by MIELE in response to productive challenges, which increases the efficiency of packaging systems. MIELE is accustomed to dealing with the needs of companies which adopt productive packaging
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technology; Miele responds to their challenges with flexible and innovative personalised solutions. Olimpia, Lira, Smart, Maxima… Names of machines with accentuated individuality; fast, fexible, reliable and equipped with multiple applications, able to resolve even complex problems. Characterised by advanced electronic systems, high quality materials and researched design, the MIELE lines are agile and easy to use, producing up to 180 packages per minute and are accompanied by a wide range of accessories which allow the use of multifaceted formats and products. The packaging systems designed and realised by MIELE are chosen by important brands in the food, chemical and pharmaceuti-
cal sectors. The vast experience gained in these sectors allows the optimal management of any product suitable to be packed vertically. Each application can be used at varying levels of speed, maintaining the quality of the package and that of the machine itself. As one can see, MIELE is a company specialised in one type of packaging and carries this experience of different types of products (quarta gamma fruit and vegetables, dried fruits, fresh pasta, coffee, bakery goods, frozen goods, sauces) into the pet food sector.
The MIELE System A company that makes a “system” thanks to an efficient organizational structure, a rich technological
Special Know How and value given to human resources. Miele has acquired the benefits of a growth-oriented force of technological research and innovation. MIELE is a company on the move, open to change, innovation and human resources which constitute intellectual property in the belief that the success and growth of a company is determined by the people who are an integral part of a winning team. The decisive factor in this growth process is the attention to customer care and worldwide technical support, the ability to respond in a quick and customized manner to every possible need, thanks to a wide network of distributors and agents and exceptional after-sales service. Decisive for the road to growth is the constant research of materials and technology that have enabled the company to im-
prove the characteristics of their machines to provide customers with innovative packaging lines, in line with their needs.
MIELE and the confectionery To identify the planning of MIELE in the confectionery sector, means understanding where the Confectionery takes form through machinery to obtain optimal CONFECTIONS. MIELE is equipped to assist companies in this sector, who like many other renowned Italian and foreign brands, is working to build appealing packages which attract and retain customers.
The continuous system of four corner sealing MIELE has designed and created a vertical packaging machine with continuous film movement; the Maxima model. High performance electronics and the principle of sealing during the film pull (continuous machine) obtained through extremely simple
and robust mechanics, allow the creation of a flexible solution, also suitable for applications with fragile products and with various types of wrapping material. A high tech application with particular interest for the pet food world, corner sealing at an elevated speed (80 bpm). As many people know, the production speed for corner sealing with alternate packaging machines is limited to 40 bags per minute; as one can see, the use of this type of technology permits the doubling of the line speed.
MIELE, a global company Participation in the most prestigious international exhibitions in the packaging sector involves experienced and reliable business which allow the definition and development of proposals in a constantly evolving market, to learn about new brands and collect industry news to note and compare. Technological developments, ideas, new projects ready to come out to be internationalised and exported. Exporting three values together. Technology. Reliability. Miele.
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NOVACART, THE UNIVERSALLY WELL-KNOWN QUALITY OF THE WORLD LEADER THE HISTORY OF PACKAGING IN INDUSTRIAL CONFECTIONERY AND BAKING Novacart has marked the history of the use of paper and cardboard as a technical baking, presentation and packaging instrument in industrial, confectionery and bakery industries. 速 速
unded in 1926, Novacart is today the biggest full cycle factory manufacturing a complete range of paper and cardboard products for confectionary with a daily production of several millions of pieces varying from the baking cups to the baking moulds, from lace doilies to bags and paper trays. Since 1990 Novacart widened its production, setting up new production facilities in France, UK, USA, Sweden, Spain, Russian ,Brazil and many Italian branches: Novaservice Roma, Florence and Milan.
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N C F R FA RNA C EE F R A N C E
Special An universally well-known quality which enabled Novacart to grow and to become a world leader of the sector. In over eighty-five years Novacart has marked the history of the use of paper and cardboard as a technical baking, presentation and packaging instrument in industrial, confectionery and bakery industries. Novacart is focused to a market approach careful to feel the evolution of consumers needs and a technological ability that allows to answer with flexibility to customers demand. An ecological care that draws application in the continuous search of products and environmentally friendly solutions.
Innovative packaging solution for cooking and for the final products presentation. (patent pending) Highlight perfectly the content Also suitable to take away for various types of foods The form of cooking and the same lids are stackable Also available in forms portions Directly on the table the right portion Customizing the container and the lid Customization possibilities in various forms Plastic LID速 per OPTIMA Optima mould is an ecological and innovative solution that living a traditional image to your sweet and savoury products. It is possible to identify and custo-
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Special mize. Optima mould can be used in conventional and microwave oven as well as to be stored in the deep freezer from -40°C to +200°C. Using Optima mould is not required greasing or other treatments for easy release. It is designed to carry out the double function as a baking mould as well as tray for its final presentation. Suitable for metal detector. The plastic LID application gives to Optima mould an elegant and complete packaging for the sale,
thanks to: with label-seal it became antiintrusion the insertion of the lid invitation helps with an easy closing coupling/uncoupling compatible with our baking moulds containers Ecos/Optima for a secure closure highlight perfectly its contents customizing the container and lid.
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Novacart “Forno series” products are the result of a complete in-cycle production, of the design and manufacture of the mould up to the supply of the automatic lines to take baking cups out. Novacart has planed and developed these tested products for the most important European confectionery trade-marks. The ability to adapt to the most limited tolerances and to the most complex designs with accuracy and rapidity, has been the creative quality of these approvals.
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TECHNICAL DATA. “Forno series” products are made of a special paper resistant to fats and heat; they are particularly suitable for the baking of single small sizes. They can be used alone or they can be put into metal trays. Their introduction in metal trays can be automated and can be synchronized with the oven line.
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BOSCH SHOWCASES COMPLETE LINE CAPABILITIES FOR BAR PRODUCTION
❱ Processing: new roller former for increased productivity ❱ Primary packaging: high efficiency with bar wrapping lines ❱ End-of-line packaging: improved ergonomics facilitate ease of use DUESSELDORF, GERMANY – From processing to secondary and endof-line packaging, Bosch Packaging Technology, one of the leading suppliers of complete solutions in processing and packaging technology, will present its innovations in bar production at Interpack 2014, Duesseldorf, Germany. All machines are designed for simple integration with existing Bosch technology, allowing manufacturers to partner with a single-source solution provider for their entire bar production line. Bosch’s modular automation capabilities to be exhibited include the new WRF 600 Flex roller former for bar production with optimized
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trim, the recently launched noncontact product distribution station Transver SDP and Pack Feeder 4 with the Pack 401 horizontal flow wrapper for primary packaging. In addition, Bosch will present the seamless bar line for high-speed primary and secondary packaging combined with the user-friendly Elematic 3001 case packer with improved ergonomics. Martin Tanner, director business development and marketing, product division confectionery and food, Bosch Packaging Technology explains: “By offering complete lines to the market, Bosch meets manufacturers’ demands for a single-source solution provider for the full range of processing and packaging”.
New flexible roller former minimizes product waste Bosch is launching its WRF 600 Flex
roller former, which optimizes or eliminates the trim when processing bar masses, including cereal, candy, protein and fruit. As a result, less product is wasted, helping decrease production costs and contribute to faster return on investment (ROI). The smooth slab former offers a flexible working width and allows for an easy, stepless and tool-free adjustment for precise cutting to produce different sizes. Unlike other machines of its kind available in the market, Bosch’s WRF 600 Flex enables width changes without production stoppages, maximizing uptime and output. This also allows for maximum product usage as product is not wasted due to stoppages, contributing to faster ROI. In addition, manufacturers benefit from a hygienic design and easy tool-less cleaning.
Seamless bar line generates high OEE Bosch will conduct live presentations of its high-speed bar packaging system at Interpack. The line is capable of reaching speeds up to 1,500 bars per minute and is designed as a single, seamless system helping confectionery manufacturers to maximize production
Special and meet increasing demands for bars. The speed of all components in the line is balanced to eliminate bottlenecks, minimize downtime and optimize production flow, facilitating high OEE. The primary packaging technology of the bar line on display at the show comprises the Sigpack DCI product distribution station and the Sigpack HRM horizontal flow wrapping machine with automated precision splicer. These machines can be integrated with the Sigpack TTM toploader and the Elematic 3001 case packer to create a complete system designed specifically for the primary, secondary and end-of-line packaging of bars and bar-shaped products.
Pack Feeder 4 infeed system enhances efficiency With Bosch’s recently launched noncontact product distribution station Transver SDP and the Pack Feeder 4 infeed system, bar manufacturers can increase efficiency. The sophisticated full product inspection of the Pack Feeder 4 detects misaligned products in order to be rejected. As a result, machine stops are minimized and productivity is increased. Depending on the product being packaged, the feeding system can be optionally equipped with side belts for optimal product positioning and stability, enhancing reliable and efficient bar packaging. The low-pressure design allows for gentle product handling. With its reliability and robustness, the Pack Feeder 4 can be operated 24/7. Thanks to the modularity and standardized interfaces, the feeding system can be easily integrated with Bosch’s flow wrapper portfolio. At Interpack, it will be showcased with the Pack 401 horizontal flow wrapper, now available with a nar-
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rower cutting head enabling higher packaging speeds for heat seal applications.
Case packer newly designed for increased safety and efficiency After making its European debut at FachPack 2013, the Elematic 3001 case packer will have its global launch with Interpack. It handles a variety of pack styles, including tray, classic full wrap-around and two-part, shelf-ready packaging. This flexibility is ideal for manufacturers supporting different brands and products. The new ergonomic design and lowered blank magazine make machine operation easier and safer. With the new
Elematic 3001, easy and tool-less packaging format changeovers are realized thanks to the intuitive “Elematic click system.” When parts lock into place, a click sound indicates the successful format changeover. Manufacturers benefit from higher efficiency as this eliminates timeconsuming fine-tuning and avoids errors while using scales. Compared to previous models, Bosch further enhanced the Elematic’s hygienic design. With fewer components, the frame has an open design and is easily accessible. Horizontal surfaces and corners have been avoided and corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel, anodized aluminum or brass, are used.
NEW FOOD SLICERS AVN140 MULTISLICES AND AVM250 FOR BACON
he company B.S. srl manufactures and offers the market the new food slicers AVN140 multislices and AVM250 for bacon, designed and built to deposit the sliced product (cheese, ham, cooked ham, speck and other cured meats, cooked meat, vegetables, fish) with a thickness ranging from 0.5 mm to 15 mm. AVN140, the smallest of the series, has an area of cutting of 125mm x 125mm suitable for cutting small calibers such as those used for sandwiches or rolls. Although very compact and easy to handle, the machine achieves very high cutting speeds always ensuring a perfect storage, with the multislices mode too. The loading of the product, in various lengths, is performed continuously and in succession in the cluster. The sliced product is deposited directly on toast, bread, cakes, pizzas, trays that will be moving continuously or rhythmic pace. The machine is also equipped with an innovative system that allows a rapid and complete sanitation, without using any tools. AVM250, mainly suitable for pizza, mortadella and product of large size, reaches sizes up to 250mm x 600mm. The standard AVM250 was renewed for cutting slices of bacon with an output of 160 cuts per minute on 2 rows. Each cut slice will be subsequently divided into two parts, then to obtain a total of 640 pieces perfectly aligned on the conveyor belt. To ensure high precision of the
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thickness of the slice, the two shear zones will be managed independently by a proper engine and from the operator panel you can adjust different heights. On the same line can be connected to each other more slicers, this allows to align the mechanism of the two machines and thus have product rows perfectly in series. The loading of the product takes place continuously and in succession in the cluster. On all BS slicers, while maintaining the same characteristics, it is also possible to install a ribbon to achieve the â€œportionsâ€? with
amounts of slices to be chosen that can be stacked or staggered by a programmable distance. The ribbon becomes very useful if you want to deposit more slices on a sandwich, or to prepare the trays with a specific amount of product. All operations can be programmed and stored in order to be able to draw in the shortest possible time data related to a processing previously executed. Finally, the machines are presented ductile thanks to the wheels of which are equipped that allow adaptability to different lines in a short time.
SANITARY DESIGN APPLIED TO THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY
he chocolate industry has never experienced a crisis. This is probably due to the fact that, unlike most, it has managed to create a new identity for its product assortment. In fact, the sale of chocolate products is no longer limited to “festivities” or “special occasions”, but has rather become a part of our daily diet. This development has been facilitated by a trend whereby the product was liberated of the preju-
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dices and prohibitions associated with excessive sugar and fat content, and its antioxidant and toning properties began to be exalted. Chocolate is an amazing product that lends itself to a wide range of packaging possibilities: from the most sought-after solutions, such as cardboard boxes, to practical flowpacks that can be taken anywhere. The primary packaging, or rather that which comes into direct contact with the product,
must provide for an excellent barrier against light, oxygen, humidity and external odours. Cavanna is capable of handling chocolate products in such a way so as guarantee the integrity of the product throughout every stage of the packaging process, while at the same time offering various solutions for obtaining the best flowpack possible: facilitated opening, ultrasonic welding, offset longitudinal welding, lateral gus-
Special seting, and more. The company even designs and manufactures systems that are capable of simultaneously reducing the space and time required for the management the line and improving the yield of the packaging materials. Working with one of the largest companies in the industry on a worldwide scale, Cavanna even found itself handling nearly 1000 products per minute on a single packaging machine. One of the peculiarities of this packaging line – which is designed for handling demoulded chocolate – is the use of two belts, which are capable of accurately regulating the distance
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between the alternating rows of incoming product, without no need to resort to the use of passive mechanical systems. Two distribution systems are subsequently used convey the rows into two loaders: these devices are designed according to the principles of Sanitary Design, and both are equipped with removable trolleys in order to optimize and simplify the cleaning and maintenance of the components, thus providing for considerable time savings. And that’s not all: all the guards installed upon the line are made of transparent Lexan in order to facilitate the inspection of
the line’s functionality, as well as to verify the cleanliness of all the systems installed along the line itself. Finally, in order to make routine and scheduled maintenance operations even easier, the system has been rendered accessible from both sides: from the operator side, as well as from the opposite side. The downstream portion of the line is made up of two Zero 5 packaging machines, which are equipped with removable crimpers in order to facilitate size changing operations: from full-sized chocolate tablets to 200 g. chocolate bars, everything can be managed with maximum ease. At the ProSweets trade fair in Cologne from January 27th to 30th, guests will have the opportunity to check out a concrete example of the extreme flexibility and adaptability that Cavanna’s solutions are capable of offering the industry.
PURE ITALIAN STYLE
uro stile italiano” is the slogan that Morello Forni srl, a young company in the huge world of bakery, pastry and pizza ovens, coming from Palermo (IT), has chosen to introduce itself to the USA market. Our story began in 2005 when Salvatore Morello, who has been working as a seller for several years, decided to start producing his own ovens by taking over a little factory. He put in his products the best synthesis between quality and price as he took the best of both these characteristics from his long experience in this field. A good example is represented by our oven Elektro, totally made in stainless 304; it generates a great quantity of steam (this is of fundamental importance in bread cooking), and has an easy maintenance. Each chamber is independent from the other one and the stones are made with granulated concrete; but the most important feature is the power control system, with a Solid State Relay that completely replaces mechanic contactors, thus assuring a better distribution of the electric power and a faster interaction between the upper resistance and the underlying one. Elektro also has an innovative design in order to emphasize the “Pure Italian Style”, and it is available in three colors: Black, White and Italian Red. Our company can also provide a wide set of ovens that could meet the needs of every baker. Deimos ovens, for example, are different in the height of the cooking chambers (f.e.: 18 cm , perfect for pastry, or 16 cm for pizzas). In particular our Deimos Pizza oven has refractory stones and works up to 400°C (750°F). Phocus is a traditional bakery oven with steam pipes. Its burning chamber is made in refractory stainless, and so we have a sweet cooking. Morello Forni srl, can make Elektro, Phocus and Deimos in different sizes an cooking surfaces together with a great variety of other
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machines such as breadcrumbs grinders, rising cabinets and sifting machines to make ricotta cheese cream and other pastry creams for sweets. We are
very proud to say that Morello Forni srl represent in our country the new reality of Pure Italian Style with a Sicilian heart too.
NEOFOOD: THE INNOVATION FOR THE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
Making industrial food attractive: and the lines become TV stars
hat happened in food industry? Now there are two main methods of giving food for peoplehomemade & restaurants and industrial food production. Restaurant food made from the same components as industrial one but much more attractive and innovative. Why not to make industrial food so much attractive and surprising as restaurant? For that technology at food plants should be flexible and technologists should be innovative as chiefs. Restaurants surprise customers every day-food factories may have the same ability. So excited with this idea we made creative complex for innovative snacks production which is used successfully in many plants in EU, Russia, Ukraine, Pakistan... We expect that you are producer of sweets,confectionary and bakery products who is searching for so-
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mething new. You manufacture your products with semiautomatic or automatic machinery and know all famous suppliers on the market,but... still not satisfied. Maybe you want new forming, extruding, depositing or enrobing machine?
Maybe you dream about easy changing of forming machines at the input of your tunnel oven or cooling tunnel or even combining them to get multicomponent products? But all well known producers are competitors and will never join together to give you combinato-
In this issue we will talk about a very innovative company: just a look at their videos and one can realize that - http://www.youtube.com/user/neofoodde.
Special ry solution,they have different distance between nozzles and PLC control-so INCOMPATIBLE. And we are the German company who assembled all clever experience and now combined modular system for YOU,our dear Customer! And because of centralized PLC control our system is much more cheaper and convenient than prototypes. ASK THE PRICE We would like to address our innovative equipment to those customers who want to create innovative food snacks at all kinds of industrial food manufacturing plants and produce them either in semiautomatic or automatic mode.
â€œAll our lines become TV stars!â€? says Alex Solovyev, Neofood CEO. We had a talk with him to bring to you his ideas and his new concepts for the food industry.
INTELLEDROP Modern piston deposition system for liquid confectionery masses (fruit candy, jelly, cream, scuffle, hot chocolate etc.) supports a dot and longitudinal depositions It is intended for a deposition or pouring in forms and special deepenings on products with the liquid confectionery masses. IntelleDrop can be used as independent deposition machine for the deposition of liquid marmalade or chocolate on the cookies or, as a part of complex CreaSweet Installed on the module IntelleBase for filing the different confectionery forms (tartlets, cookies) with fruit candy. IntelleDrop is delivered with the section of bInaryjellIficatIon. Varlous kinds of sandwich cookies with all possible stuffings. Probably to unite different tastes. Various kinds of the combined products, such as cookies with jelly or jam, a fruit candy with a chocolate covering, a biscuit covered with chocolate, jam or jelly, a marshmallow on cookies, etc. Possibility of introducing innovations in the assortment. Possibility to give different forms to your ideas, and many other things. Carries out cross dressing by glaze of contrast color scale So round shape or oval pastries are perfect crispy base for various innovative products which are more profitable if combined with jelly, marshmallow and nougat/fondant. It is standart Intelledrop line with tartlet feeding device and all three heads can be used. Tartlets can be made by baking from dough, pastry dough, by pressing from nougat, coconut mass... Tartlets can be filled with marshmallow, cream, cheese, jelly, cream, ice-cream, pate and salad. Intelledrop Tartlet Filling line
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INTELLEMIX Modern two-component forming - extrusion ma hine with roller-gear system of deposition, for professional formation of zephyr, soft cookies, aerated fruit candy, aerated quark cheese and other confectionery & dairy masses of average viscosity. A range from delicate beze, souffle and marshmallow to semi dense confectionery and meatpaste masses can be deposited or extruded by IntelleMix, Carries out functions ot dot, longitudinal jigging (dotted line), and also process continuous extrusion (marshmallow sticks, sticks from cookies, fondants etc.).
INTELLESTAMP Modern two component formation - extrusion head with screw type forcing system for the extrusion & formation of products from thick masses like toffee, nougat, hematogen, gingerbread dough, cooled dense cottage cheese mass, mincemeat with stuffing from liquid level of viscosity masses. Allows extrusion of masses with particles of 3-5 mm (a nut, raisin, candied fruits etc). It is characterized powerful screw system of extrusion with three modern cutting systems: diaphragm cutting, string cutting and guillotine cutting. The head is supplied with the module of filling feeder.
INTELLEGLAZE IntelleGlaze is equipped with integrated programmed enrobing-decorating unit. Capable of decorating with zigzag lines and dot decoration. Possibility of wavy formation of glaze over the product. Equipped with two big tanks for glaze and two small decorator feeding tanks. Capable of two color complete glazing with two color decoration. (total 4 colors). Possibility to enrobe partly (only one side) or completely. Equipped with automatic pumping and filtration of glaze. Decoration is possible with different colorsjellies and chocolate compounds.
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Special INTELLECONE German made automatic cone filling machine for twin colour and centerfilled marshmallow, cheese, creams, salads... It sprinkles wafer cones inside with fat or chocolate to enable hydro isolation and cools the layers then fill them with 2 different masses, cools again, then immerses each top of filled cone to chocolate and cools again, then upload to conveyor ready for packaging. Machine is equipped with melting tank for chocolate. Production speed available are 10.000 and 20.000 cones per hour. Semiautuomatc version available. Fast, accurate and hygienic.
INTELLEWAFER Intellewafer Hollow Wafer balls/bars with cream production line Different kinds of cream-filled hollow wafer sweets and bars can be produced on automatic production Neofood IntelleWafer lines. After mixing, the wafer dough is poured onto baking plates and baked to wafer sheets with hollow semi-spheres. The cream is applied by a special by a depositing machine filling the cream into the cavities of the hollow wafer sheet. Next step- the top and the bottom hollow wafer sheets are sandwiched to a hollow wafer block. After cooling it is fed to a punching machine.Then conveyor system transfers them to a chocolate enrober or packaging machine.
Cheese magic transformations
President Lactalis plant. Museum of curds
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Karums, Riga, their advert video see what is the place for these snack cheese curds among other dairy products.
Friesland Campina plant in Hungary brand Turu – Rudi
Their advert video
On these videos is shown all the process. “All our lines become TV stars!”
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EUROPOOL ACULINE: SINGLE LINE ACCUMULATION CONVEYOR TO MANAGE ALL TYPES OF PRODUCTS.
uropool was established in Parma in 1993 in the heart of the Italian Food Valley, an area par excellence of the technology applied to the food, packaging and bottling industry. Europoolâ€™s mission is to provide a high standard of engineering for bottling and packaging lines. Europool seeks out the most advantageous solutions thanks to their technology and market solution know-how as well as the extensive experience of their team of engineers and technicians. For each project Europool acts as
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a technical office at the service of the customer in order to obtain solutions with definitive costs and times. Europool offers the customer a global service: sourcing of suppliers and their quality control, coordination and direction even for subsidiary works, drawing up of systems plans, safety requirements and personnel training.
Description of Application: Managing machine intake and output flows, often high performance and high efficiency, sometimes in-
terfacing with pre-existing or third party devices which requires us to predict and prevent any critical issues in the product flow and at the same time to comply with maximum production flexibility. This is possible thanks in part to the new Europool Aculine which is a single line accumulation conveyor equipped to manage all types of products. In the event of problems on the line upstream this application accumulates the flow of bottles exiting the primary packaging machines without holding up production.
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By means of a cart which is managed with positioning the bottles are conveyed in serpentine transport which can be of variable length depending on the needs of the line. Once the problem is resolved, the accumulated product is returned to the line at a speed sufficient to clear the accumulated product, ready for storage.
Needs of the customer: 1) Complete automation solution from a single supplier 2) Modularity of the machine 3) Reduction of the number of product codes / Improved service and warehouse management costs 4) Energy savings 5) Electrical panel reduction 6) Cabling costs reduction 7) Reduction of start-up and optimisation times / costs
Description of the solution: We decided to provide a solution complete with the whole machine: 1) The supervisor part is managed through operator panel SEW DOP11B-30 to read the line speeds, bottles accumulated and machine
fault management. 2) Control of the entire machine process is managed with the SEW PLC MoviPlc DHF41B board with standard IEC 61131-3 programming. This board allows management of all the SEW automation products (Movigear / Brushless) as well as all the sensor components for bottle counting or accumulation management. 3) The bottle conveyor belts are moved with the mechanatronics Movigear B system which includes inverter, brushless motor and parallel axis reducer in one product. This product provides a series of advantages: IE4 energy efficiency, reduction of installed power, creation of a line with a limited number of codes thanks to the fact that it allows a high range of speeds, managing up to 250% of the rated torque in the
take-off phase. All the machine sensors are connected to the GIO11B boards which reside on the Movigear for remote digital intake and output management, significantly reducing cabling times / costs. 4) Positioning of the accumulation trolley was managed with the ECR Movigear B version with built in encoder. 5) The linear motion of the belts is synchronised by means of a SEW PLC board with the rotary motion of the belts used for transfer of the bottles onto the accumulation belt. This rotary motion is generated by two servo geared motors controlled by SEW Movidrive actuation.
Conclusion: Compared to standard solutions the following advantages were obtained: 1) The installed power was cut in half from 11KW to 5.5KW. 2) Absorption was reduced by 50% 3) The entire machine was created with only 6 codes, including the electrical panel. Mr Bruno Docimo SEW-EURODRIVE Italia
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SOLUTIONS OF ENGINEERING SOFTWARE FOR AUTOMATING
ekno Data is a System Integrator of Pianiga, Venice since 1997 develops solutions to engineering software and hardware for monitoring, management and automation of industrial processes. Provides a service to the main contractor who coordinates all operational phases, from design and development to the provision of software and hardware, the implementation and testing to maintenance and ongoing support. In 2011 Tekno Data has introduced a new system called MES WITC (Web-oriented Independent Tracer Custom-build) completely modular Web-oriented. In fact, just any browser (Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome) for instant access to WITC and control production in real time. Its easy and intuitive interface can be used without specific IT knowledge. WITC is also a MES designed to last over time as free licenses for third and independent of the operating system
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and database. A MES able to integrate real-time data from the production (field) from the warehouse and laboratory analysis and put them in direct connection with the company management (ERP). WITC besides ensuring complete
control of the entire production, including through performance indicators (KPI) and OEE method allows the use of information through mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and PDAs.
Respondingto the specific needs of traceability in the food sector, WITC has already found applications in mills, pasta factories, feed mills and other industry food processing companyas sweets and coffee. Through the Service division, Tekno Date takes care of continuous plants of its customers and the solutions implemented. The profile service is defined together with the customer according to their needs and search and modes of intervention. The purpose is to ensure a cost reduction unexpected by providing training and support to guarantee the best performance. More than 15 years after its foundation, Tekno Data continues to innovate in order to continue to be responsible, concrete innovative and dedicated listeners. These are the shared valuesâ€‹â€‹ that inspire the work of the development team and offer the best guarantee of quality of service to its customers.
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PRODUCTION LINES FOR BUTTER AND MARGARINE FROM VEGETABLE FATS
argarine is an emulsion of water in oil with additional ingredients. The main process sequences of this completely automatic line are: ❱ Reception of oils – fat (in trucks or drums) keeping the melting temperature and relevant standardi-
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❱ Preparation of the fat phase with liposoluble ingredients ❱ Preparation of aqueous phase with water-soluble ingredients ❱ Fat/water mixture emulsion with automatic preparation and dosing of product recipes ❱ Emulsion pasteurizing
❱ Crystallization of the solid phase and plasticization of crystallized emulsion. Thanks to the supervision system the operators are in the position to keep under constant control the production in all its details and to dialogue with the company’s management software. The use of highly sophisticated and high efficiency instruments is especially foreseen for the control and dosing of raw materials, the control of process temperatures and pressures. The supervision system assure accurate ingredients control, running different type of products formulation (low and full fat), CIP control.
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THE ADVANTAGES OF A CHAIN TRANSMISSION
Rosa Catene: listens, evaluates and solves the Customer’s problems. Mr Rosa, tell us something about your production. Our Company was founded as a manufacturer of standard transmission roller chains. Changes in the market and mainly, competition with the Asian market for these products, brought us to invest in sectors with higher values where our great experience accumulated through the years can be better expressed with products, such as: special custommade chains for the food industry, chains suitable for particular working environments with high or low temperatures, self-lubricant chains which allow customers to completely avoid the use of polluting oils or grease and last but not least, which eliminate periodic maintenance, chains with special coatings which can range from simple galvanization
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to chemical nickel-plating, ali according to the Customer’s needs. The present philosophy of our Company is to listen, evaluate and solve our customer’s problems.
the pull or power to be transmitted) , but for its overall size. With the same pull, the chain is definitely narrower and it can generally utilize gears with lower pitch diameters.
What are the advantages of chain transmission
What are the characteristics of your products?
The main advantage of chain transmission is the possibility to transmit either small or large powers with the same level of safety, limited size and optimal performance. Another advantage is the high level of elasticity of the chain links and therefore the ability to neutralize the discontinuity of the transmission to a large extent and to mitigate “tears”. Chain transmission , in comparison to belt transmission , takes up less space, not so much for the shafts and the supports (which depends on
Unlike belt transmission, the chain can operate without difficulty at relatively high temperatures with the only requisite being the use of suitable lubrication. Standard configuration chains can work up to 180° C , something “standard” belts cannot do. There is also no slipping between the chain and the pinion teeth. Only a slight adjustment is present allowing the chains to transport heavier loads with respect to belt transmission. Chain transmissions ensure long
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working life. The chains are manufactured with materials, heat treatments or with special coatings to permit the chain to operate in difficult environments.
How do you select the chain that better suits the needs of a customer? The solutions we suggest must be effective and must have the unique aim to solve the problem of an application. l’m not talking about miracles. l’m talking about competence.
Our readers mainly operate in the food industry. Others are suppliers of machinery and technologies. How do your products meet the needs of the food industry? The co-operation takes piace in our technical department , depositary of ali our experience accumulated over decades. The Customer indicates the relevant technical data of the requirements of the application and informs us about any eventual problems regarding the environment in which the chain will have to work. We examine the information and discuss ideas. We try to find the weak points that we have to correct even with simple but perceptible improvements and then we choose the best solutions and offer our proposals. Then, the customer must decide which solution better suits his needs, taking into consideration the econimical side, which is also quite essential.
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Can you give us a real example of a benefit that your customer can take advantage of by using your products? lt is precisely the food industry that has considerable needs and performance requirements . Our product has always been defined a “pollutant” in food plants because they are often full of dirt, oils and various lubricants that can affect the hygiene of the environment in which they work. Our decision to intervene by putting “self-lubricant” chains on the market was based on these principles. These chains, mentioned above, avoid any contamination and maintenance. The feedback has been extremely positive. We have customers who install the product and “forget” about it. We solved many problems and many customers rewarded us with their loyalty.
Where do you manufacture your products? In what parts ofthe world do you export? Our Company’s production site is in Calolziocorte in the Itaiian province of Lecco. We export about 60% of our products: ali over Europe, North Africa, Turkey, and Australia.
Tell us about your future projects. Talking about pians for the future, in times like these, with this world wide economica! crisis and in particular with the Italian economy, is not easy. We are investing in resources in new markets where we expect significant returns and we never stop developing new technologies that allow us to reduce the internai production costs. Our Company has continually grown over the years and it has found its piace in the market. We trust in the future because we believe that the “best” will survive and we will be among them.
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SINCE 1921... AND WE STILL LOVE IT For more than eighty years, we at Costacurta have been constantly and resolutely committed to the development and manufacture of special steel wire and plate components used in many different industrial processes. Every day at Costacurta, we work to improve the quality of our products and services and the safety of all our collaborators, paying ever-greater attention to the protection of the environment. Within the wide range of Costacurta products you will
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also find METAL WIRE AND FLAT WIRE CONVEYOR BELTS, some of which are used specifically in the food industry in spiral cooling, freezing and proofing towers, in tunnels in continuous pasteurisation lines, in bread, pizza and biscuit ovens, in continuous pasteurisers and driers used for fresh pasta production. For more information visit our website or contact the division 'B' conveyor belts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Costacurta S.p.A.-VICO via Grazioli, 30 20161 Milano, Italy tel. +39 02.66.20.20.66 fax: +39 02.66.20.20.99
Management systems certified by LRQA: ISO 9001:2008 ISO 14001:2004 OHSAS 18001:2007
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OERLIKON LEYBOLD VACUUM MOVES TO ITS NEW LOGISTICS CENTRE
erlikon Leybold Vacuum, one of the largest hightech vendors for vacuum pumps and systems has at the beginning of this year moved into its new, modern lean logistics centre at the Cologne site. Designed by planning company Dr. SchĂśnheit + Partner, the building was erected by construction company GĂźnther GmbH & Co. KG from Netphen, Germany. This new building is the logistics hub supplying production facilities with goods and controlling international goods flows from Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum to customers and worldwide subsidiaries. Logically placed at the centre of the surrounding production facilities, this new building offers some technical novelties cutting the length of internal pathways and the warehousing time for incoming materials thereby also reducing the door-todoor time of the products. Within a construction period of just under one year, 13,000 t of concrete and 570 t of reinforcing steel were used creating an enclosed space of 59,000 cubic meters. The three-storey building comprises a basement with technical plant room and sprinkler tank. Located on the ground floor is the entire warehouse with automatic small-parts warehouse, narrow-aisle warehouse, and large pallet warehouse as well as functional areas like foyer with waiting area, and areas for picking and provisioning with different building heights. The administration is accommodated on the top floor with a floor space of over 450 square meters. The erection of the building included a peculiarity: the former riverbed of the Rhine had left in this area sandy soil so that the soil con-
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Narrow aisle warehouse Copyright Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum ditions required thorough and diligent preparations for the foundations. Moreover, old foundations and basements were found in this area which now had to be bypassed by pile foundations and which had to be prepared for accommodating the construction of the building itself and the floor slab. 228 large drilled piles were driven up to 17
meters deep into the soil and are now carrying the building and the new 70 cm thick floor slab which is now bearing the load of the 16 meter high storage racks. In order to ensure high turnover speeds of the forklifts in the narrow-aisle warehouse, the flatness of the floor slab had to meet exceptionally high requirements.
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New Logistic Warehouse Copyright Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum
“This project was professionally and logistically highly demanding for us, but owing to our long- standing experience in the erection of turnkey industrial and commercial buildings as well as our competent staff, we were able to manage the project once more to the full satisfaction of our usually long-standing clients”, explains Mr Siebel, executive director of the construction company Günther GmbH & Co. KG. In spite of the rather adverse weather conditions during the relatively harsh winter of 2012/2013, the construction company Günther was able to meet all deadlines without delay so that we were able to move into the building in November starting up operations there. “We are highly satisfied with the architectural planning and the realisation of this concept. In spite of running operations, the restricted space and increased traffic on the factory premises everything worked out without a hitch. We are now in a position to optimally implement our future oriented logistics visions” says Dr. Martin Füllenbach, CEO of
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Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum GmbH. Mark Gabriel, Oerlikon Vacuum Project Manager adds: “Also the cooperation and the consistent solution-oriented efforts from the construction company Güther were highly positive and characterised by a high degree of openness. We would like to thank both partners for their excellent support in the implementation of our aim of being able to move to this building in time”.
Basic building data: Total floor space including outdoor areas and incoming goods space: 3,900 m² Erection time 12 months including warehousing facilities, planned deadline October 2013, investment in the two digit million range, warehousing area 1904 m², functional area 1224 m², administrative floor space 478 m², building height up to 20 meters.
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QUADRANT LAUNCHES BROADEST RANGE OF EU 10/2011 COMPLIANT STOCK SHAPES FOR FOOD INDUSTRY
uadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP) has updated its range of Food Grade Plastics in line with the new European Union Regulation (EU) 10/2011. The move makes Quadrant EPP the first and only engineering plastics’ manufacturer to offer such a broad and fully-tested range of thermoplastic stock shapes complying with the regulation. The portfolio of certified materials, covering PE through to PEEK, gives food producers the assurance of fulfilling the highest safety and quality levels for their food and beverage production systems. New Regulation (EU) 10/2011 is a further development of Directive 2002/72/EC for plastics materials in contact with food, and specifies much stricter test conditions for migration. Within the EU, compliance is required for all food contact materials. All Quadrant EPP Food Grade semifinished stock shapes and customized finished parts are processed and handled according to the new regulation and to the consistent quality control guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). Quadrant EPP accompanies each delivery with complete documentation, from choice of raw material to finished parts. This allows
full traceability and also supports customers in reducing their own in-house product testing time and costs. Customers receive a Declaration of compliance with the order (DCO) according to EN 10204-2.1 that ensures the uninterrupted traceability of the plastic product from the stock shape back to the raw material used by batch. Each production step is tested and documented by Quadrant EPP. Quadrant is also ahead of the market in introducing a Declaration of Compliance (DoC) for every delivery – a documentation requirement valid as of 2016 – that includes the complete test conditions together with the migration values of the materials. Tests to determine the migration values of Quadrant EPP’s food contact polymer materials were conducted on the thermoplastic stock shapes by independent external laboratory Intertek. These tests were performed according to regulation (EU) 10/2011. The portfolio of over 30 products was tested per Overall Migration Limit (OML) and Specific Migration Limit (SML) to measure the material inertness and provide a toxicological evaluation of individual substances. By including the pre-tested results with the DoC, customers can more easily calculate migration values for
Quadrant Food Grade semi-finished stock shapes with Food Grade and traceability labels.
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Quadrant Food Grade semi-finished stock shapes with Food Grade and traceability labels. their individual applications – a further step in supporting their overall cost-efficiency. As part of its complete Food Grade Program, customers can benefit from Quadrant’s international partner network to select the right material for their application. The material selection and application advice considers the food type in contact with the plastic parts, and temperature and food contact time. “Quadrant is constantly developing innovative production and application solutions to help customers improve their production performance,” comments Ulf Barth, Market Segment Manager Food Processing Industry, Quadrant EPP Europe. “The Quadrant Food Grade Program offers the food market the widest selection of engineering plastic stock shapes and design possibilities. Materials certified to the highest safety level, migration calculation support, and application selection recommendations, assist our customers in reaching the best possible cost-performance ratio for their individual system.”
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FOOD MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MUST MEET THE INTERNATIONAL HACCP STANDARDS AND BE “FOOD SAFE” The food sector’s greatest challenge Raw materials and ready-to-eat foods need to be dealt with in a particularly responsible and correct way. Damaged or incorrectly stored goods can not only cause commercial losses, but at worst may also lead to cases of food poisoning for consumers. Food manufacturers must therefore check goods regularly and be able to prove their duty of care according to strict regulations. To ensure this, supervisory authorities, dealers, logistics companies and foodprocessing businesses use modern measuring technology which helps them perform the daily balancing act between food safety on the one hand and cost-effectiveness on the other. Implementation of the HACCP directives which apply all over the world is mandatory. These form the definitive standard for safe food and are increasingly implemented in country-specific laws and regulations. HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) pursue the goal of minimising food-related illnesses. The concept requires systematic checks, most often of the food temperature over the whole cooling chain, but also of pH levels or cooking oil. Technical monitoring, including documentation, is of prime importance in this area.
Measuring technology innovations must meet sector requirements The international measuring technology manufacturer Testo AG from the Black Forest adapted to
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the specific framework conditions of the food sector at a very early stage and in a very comprehensive way. The company’s aim of offering professional, fast, yet safe measuring solutions for food have recently been rewarded by the HACCP International organisation. Testo AG is the only company in its sector to receive an award for its food-safe measuring instruments. The instruments were really put through their paces in testing according to HACCP standards and certified as “food safe”. A series of demanding criteria had to be met for this: from the testing of the material for robustness and for appropriate design, which does not transfer any dirt or germs to food, along with easy cleaning, through to user-friendly handling and the possibility of documenting measurement data. For businesses in the sector, “food safe” means the greatest possible safety when using the measuring instruments and when monitoring the temperature of goods. Testo temperature measuring instru-
ments for contact and non-contact measurement, the cooking oil tester, along with the data logger family and Testo Saveris passed the test and are rated as safe in measurements on food. “Our high requirements in terms of the quality of the measuring instruments are the basis of this success. When developing the instruments, we pay very close attention to fulfilling the HACCP criteria. This means, for instance, that we deliberately involve the suppliers in this area as well, so as to guarantee a universal standard. Certification according to the DIN EN ISO 13485 and 12830 standards goes without saying”, says Stephanie Knill, Product Manager for Testo hand-held measuring instruments, talking about the success.
Everything measuring technology must be able to do The conditions in which food measuring instruments are used are
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very varied. The HACCP criteria must be fulfilled at every stage of the process which foods go through – From Farm to Fork. The requirements involved in doing so could not be more different in each individual area. All areas of the process do however have one thing in common: the working environment is harsh. Work is done under great time pressure. This means a measuring instrument can be dropped, suffer liquid or dirt ingress or be incorrectly used in the hustle and bustle.
Robustness and simplicity Testo AG’s consistent quality policy takes these special conditions into account. The measuring instruments are appropriately designed. This is the case for example with the testo 104, a folding thermometer for core temperature measurement with an extremely robust metal folding hinge. The possibility of being able to fold the probe up after the measurement makes the instrument easy to handle and solid. Or the testo 108, a temperature measuring instrument with standard penetration probe which gets by with only two keys. It is so easy to operate, that the user does not need to have previous knowledge of any kind. Both instruments cannot be harmed at all by the harsh working environment. At the same time, they meet the HACCP criteria in terms of hygiene, as they are cleaned under running water and germs cannot develop at all in the first place. In addition, there are no superfluous functions which would complicate rapid measurement. Also no preparation time is needed for the measurement in whatever form. Even untrained staff can use these instruments intuitively and carry out safe measurements. Handling is literally accessible at the touch of a button.
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Precision In addition to the very high level of toughness, the Black Forest manufacturers also prioritise the precision of the instruments. These must also be able to measure precisely under more arduous conditions, e.g. where there are big differences in the ambient temperature from one minute to the next. Because the question which is posed for instance in a spot check of the temperature is not just whether the goods are at the correct temperature, but whether the measured value really does correspond to the real situation as well. Testo measuring instruments dispel these doubts. They are calibrated, as well as being approved by DAkkS [the German Accreditation Body] - and now also “food safe”.
Documentation Fulfilling the HACCP criteria does not just mean taking regular measurements. When food inspectors check a business, the operator must be able to prove compliance with the directives at all times. This is done through the time-consuming, often manual documentation of measurement results. For this reason, numerous Testo measuring instruments have appropriate data storage resources or even PC software for data analysis and logging. As an option, handy fast printers can be connected and measurement protocols still developed directly on site. This offers users a high level of safety in terms of being able to verify the proper condition of their goods at all times. For instance, data loggers travel with food being transported in trucks and continuously display the temperature at specifically defined intervals. The smallest temperature fluctuations during transport can therefore be proved. Results can later be read out on the PC. Radio probes are installed at the
important measuring points in large cold stores and warehouses and the data acquired is forwarded to Testo Saveris. The system can save 40,000 measuring values per measurement channel and achieves a storage capacity which means a measurement could be taken every 15 minutes for one year. The temperature is continuously monitored and an alarm is set off at the smallest deviation. Maintenance of the cooling chain is not just ensured, it can also be proved. This means goods which are stored in large quantities are optimally monitored at all times.
Only Testo measuring instruments are “food safe” From a purely technical viewpoint, almost every conventional measuring instrument on the market today is capable of fulfilling the HACCP criteria, to the extent that users are aware of their duty of care and act in an appropriate way. Only a small number of measuring instruments also ensure absolutely safe measurements on foods in the process. “The demands on measuring instruments have been constantly increasing over recent years. In addition to many other factors which measuring technology must comply with in this sensitive area, we also pay attention to the easiest possible use of the instrument. We look on this as a basic requirement of the sector. We know that staff can often change and design our instruments to be as easy and intuitive to use as possible. Because it is only when an instrument can be used correctly that you also get safe results,” says Stephanie Knill and continues: “We are proud of the HACCP International Certification and view this as a spur to make our measuring instruments even safer in the future. We will be a reliable partner for the sector in the future with new innovations all the time.”
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FEFCO INTRODUCES NEW FACE: MR CORRUGATED
FEFCO, the umbrella organisation of the European Corrugated Board Industry, is launching an impactful advertising campaign this spring to reinforce perceptions about the many benefits of corrugated packaging. The campaign is be fronted by ‘Mr Corrugated’, an animated character made from corrugated board. The aim is to engage key influencers on an emotional as well as rational level. Print and video executions emphasise the vast array of advantages associated with corrugated packaging, including its recyclability, its renewability, its versatility and its popularity with shoppers. As well as introducing ‘Mr Corrugated’, the campaign will also drive interested parties back to the organisation’s “Corrugated of Course” website (www.corrugated-ofcourse.eu), which brings together the latest news and stories from
THE CLASSICAL TASTE OF ITALIAN OIL ENCOUNTERS TECHNOLOGY The MONINI oil mill has been bottling and marketing high quality extra-virgin olive oil in Italy’s and the Mediterranean’s major production areas for 3 generations. In the Poggiolo mill, the company is committed to developing the culture of extra-virgin olive oil, raising awareness, examining and controlling all the parameters of the production chain: from the selection of the plants to grow to the verification and adaptation of harvesting, processing, and pressing methods. Over the past few years, P.E. LABELLERS has supplied the Monini oil mill with three cold glue labelling machines for their 8,000, 18,000 and 10,000 bph lines. The P.E. LABELLERS cold glue units stand out for their cutting edge structural and conceptual features: sturdiness, durability, reliability, thanks to the widespread use of low wear materials and almost no maintenance required. Besides the cold glue stations, the last labelling machine, supplied in 2012, is equipped with three adhesive stations, out of which one is for applying the U-shaped seal. The installed adhesive stations are among the most advanced available on the market. All parameters can be adjusted from the control panel with the possibility to store up to 200 different labels.
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across the supply chain to highlight how corrugated packaging can bring value in all areas. Ben Blydenstein, Marketing and Environment Director at FEFCO, comments: “Our industry’s corrugated packaging solutions have many benefits: they minimise waste by protecting products on their journey through the supply chain. They reduce the costs of logistics and handling and sell the products they display. All this is achieved using a fully renewable and recyclable material. Also corrugated board’s adaptability means that it’s a great material to innovate with. Our challenge is to get these messages across clearly. With ‘Mr Corrugated’ we have a fun, impactful and appealing way of achieving this.”
PROEXPORT COLOMBIA AND OTHER EXHIBITORS PRESENT THEMSELVES AT FRUIT LOGISTICA 2013
Bad Soden in Taunus (Hasselkus PR – January, 2013) – The agency Hasselkus PR organises the press and public relations work for Proexport Colombia, the Colombian foreign trade base for the support of export, investments and tourism with headquarter in Frankfurt am Main, during the FRUIT LOGISTICA 2013 in Berlin. We invite you warmly to get to know Colombia and his exotic fruits and herbs. A cook will present the fresh goods and indicate the processing. Test dry and fresh fruits and enjoy the small Colombian Catering at the booth! At the FRUIT LOGISTICA from the 6th to the 8th of February 2013 in Berlin Proexport Colombia presents itself on a subject booth “Colombia” together with seven enterprises that grow and export exotic fruits, vegetables and aromatic herbs. The aim is to open new markets in Europe. A part of the enterprises present their products afterwards at the fair BioFach 2013 in Nürnberg from the 13th to the 16th of February 2013 in hall 4A/250. Proexport Colombia and the other exhibiting enterprises are available as contact in hall 23/E-01 at the FRUIT LOGISTICA in Berlin from the 6th to the 8th of February 2013. Hasselkus PR will be present on the FRUIT LOGISTICA. We coordinate with pleasure your interview inquiries with Proexport Colombia and the enterprise representations. From Proexport Colombia Mr. Sergio Calderón, the Manager of Proexport Colombia Germany, is available as your interlocutor.
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NEW XPERT C600 X-RAY SYSTEM MEETS PRODUCT INSPECTION NEEDS FOR LARGE FOOD PACKAGES
Larger aperture handles bigger individual products, packages and cases
ood processors can now better meet product inspection needs of larger individual products or packages, as well as filled cases, with a new X-ray system designed specifically for detecting metal, glass, dense plastics and other foreign objects in large food packaging. The Thermo Scientific Xpert C600 X-ray system features a 50 percent larger aperture and wider X-ray beam than that found on the previously-launched Thermo Scientific C400. The 22-inch wide by 10-inch tall aperture enables larger food products that do not fit through standard X-ray machines to be examined for contaminants or inspected for missing or damaged pieces. Examples include larger diameter pizzas (individual or stacked in multipacks), bagged or cartoned items, bulk packages and/or those already placed in corrugated cases. “This larger aperture unit addresses several market needs. For example, some food processors prefer endof-line detection because after a product is sealed and cased it can no longer be con-
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taminated. Also, with many brand owners supplying larger-sized items to big box stores and warehouse clubs, the Xpert C600 gives them a way to meet retailer-mandated inspection requirements,” said Bob Ries, lead product manager, metal detection and X-ray inspection, Thermo Fisher Scientific. “The new Xpert C600 reflects Thermo Fisher’s continual investment in product inspection enhancements designed to meet customer needs.” The system can analyze an X-ray
image to estimate weight and fill or determine whether a packaged item has missing objects. Its highly-sensitive detectors are available in 0.8mm resolution, and its suite of algorithms is designed to find small contaminants in complex images with few, if any, false rejects. The Xpert C600 also features a high power 160W X-ray source for better penetration of large objects. The unit’s flexible software design also allows up to eight lanes to be simultaneously fed through the aperture to maximize throughput and reduce cost of inspection. Like its predecessor model, the Thermo Scientific Xpert C600 is designed to run around the clock in harsh environments with less maintenance and fewer repairs than other systems. It operates over a wide 5° to 40° C temperature range and is available in both IP54 and IP65 dust and washdown ratings. Because of its modular design and built-in remote support capability, technicians can troubleshoot and service the system quickly, minimizing expensive downtime.
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FT-NIR SPECTROSCOPY AS A FAST SCREENING METHOD FOR THE MEAT PROCESSING INDUSTRY
ithin the meat industry the continuous analysis of fresh meat and other ingredients is necessary in order to adapt the recipes to ensure a constant batch to batch quality of sausages and various types of meat products. Moreover, legislation bodies require consistent documentation based on accurate data. Therefore, an increasing demand of fast but reliable analytical tools can be observed which are able to replace the often time and labor consuming classical analyses like gravimetric fat determination or combustion method for protein content. The potential of near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy was discovered in the 1960s first for the rapid characterization of agricultural products like grain. Today NIR is widely used in the food industry for non-destructive qualitative and quantitative analysis of raw materials, in-process materials, and finished products throughout the entire manufacturing process. The FT-NIR technology offers a lot of advantages over classical wet-chemical and chromatographic analyses. It is very fast with analysis times below 30 seconds, cost-effective and safe,
since no hazardous chemicals are used. It simply measures the absorption of near-infrared light of the sample at different wavelengths. The recorded NIR spectrum is characterized by absorbance bands of C-H, N-H or O-H groups in the different molecules, making NIR spectroscopy first choice for the analysis of natural materials like meat and sausage products for fat, protein, moisture and other main components. It will help to
homogenizing the meat or sausage by using a knife mill. These types of mill are usually available in the meat analysis lab already. The sample is then put into an open Petri dish and analyzed by placing it on the bench top FT-NIR spectrometer (Figure 1). The use of modern fiber optic probe technology and contactless NIR measurement heads allows even the analysis of carcasses or complete hams without any sample preparation.
- produce a consistently high product quality - make the most efficient use of valuable raw materials - improve product efficiency and reduce downtime.
Analyzing raw meat
The sample preparation step for a reproducible NIR analysis is simply NAME
Meat can be a very complex raw material where small changes in external impacts like animal nutrition can lead to large variation in the final meat quality. The consumer however expects a consistent standard of quality of sausages and other meat products. For the producer it is therefore impor-
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Table 1: Calibration results of different meat types
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tant to know the exact composition of each incoming batch in order to adapt the recipes accordingly. Measuring the fat content of carcasses is also often a criterion for the value-based payment of the suppliers. FT-NIR offers here a valuable tool for assessing the incoming material. The parameters fat, protein and moisture can be determined simultaneously with only one measurement. With the results, decisions can be taken on how to proceed with the production. Table 1 shows typical results of NIR calibrations with RMSECV being the mean analytical error of the method. The NIR analysis can of course not only take place in the laboratory or at-line. Often, the aim is, to measure continuously in the process, e.g. in a mixer, wolf or conveyor screw. The instant results can then be utilized to decide if making adjustments to a batch e.g. for total fat content is required.
Monitoring the final product quality In Germany alone, there are more than 1500 different types of sausages available in the shops, including fresh or fresh smoked, dry and cooked sausages. In addition a wide variation of hams is produced, including the famous Black Forest ham. By law it is
Table 2: Calibration results of raw and cooked sausages required to determine the maximum amount of water, minimum amount of protein and total amount of fat in every type of sausage. Moreover, the salt content is of interest for the producer as well as for the customer. FT-NIR spectroscopy has proven to be an efficient analysis method for the determination of moisture, fat, protein and salt content in various types of sausages. Table 2 shows an example of raw and cooked sausages, analyzed in the laboratory of a large German sausage producer. Another big topic for the production of sausages is the optimization of shelf life. One critical parameter is the water activity (aw). It is defined as the amount of water available for microbial (e.g. bacteria, mold or yeast) growth. The larger the value is, the more likely the sausage is prone to decay. The Spanish institute for agrifood science IRTA (Institut Recerca TecnolĂ˛gia Agroalimenta) confirmed in a successful study that water activity in e.g. fermented sausages (Figure 2) can be analyzed by FT-NIR spectroscopy with high accuracy alongside the determination of water and salt. The study further suggested that FTNIR is appropriate for monitoring the dry curing process non-destructively in the production.
Compositional analysis of rendered products NIR analysis fermented sausages using a contactless measurement head
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Approximately 40-50% of the weight of any slaughtered animal is not fit for
human consumption. This material is mostly transformed by the rendering industry into highly nutritional ingredients for the animal feed production. These include sources of energy like tallow or lard as well as protein rich material like meat and bone meal or poultry meal. FT-NIR is well established for the analysis of edible fats of animal origin where parameters like the total fatty acid content as well as free fatty acids and iodine value can be analyzed simultaneously. For animal meals the classical constituents like moisture, fat, protein, fiber and ash can be determined as well as more specialized parameters like energy values or amino acid profiles.
Conclusion With the growing global demand for meat and meat products it can be a challenge to keep the standard quality requested by the customers. FT-NIR Spectroscopy being able to provide analysis results in less than a minute has the potential to complement or even substitute a wide range of classical test methods for the quality assessment of meat and meat products in the laboratory as well as online. Bruker Optik GmbH Rudolf-Plank-Str. 27 76275 Ettlingen Tel. +49 7243 504 2000 Fax. +49 7243 504 2050 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MONDI STATE OF THE ART SOUP PACKET WINS 2014 WORLDSTAR AWARD
ondi is very pleased to announce that the “ROYCO” soup packet of Mars Africa has won a 2014 WorldStar Award for Packaging. In partnership with Afripack Consumer Flexibles and the customer Mars Africa, Mondi Extrusion Coatings developed an innovative material for food packaging. “Afripack are proud to be associated with World Class organisations such as Mondi Extrusion Coatings and Mars. This achievement was only possible by driving the principles of true collaboration by all three parties, and the continuous commitment to the joint goal of finding a solution. Our partnership with Mondi Extrusion Coatings in Europe has proven to deliver value to our market in South Africa,” says James Hynd, Executive Director Afripack International. As a result, Mars can reduce the carbon footprint of their instant and packet soup range by 25%. Removing an ingredient – aluminium foil – was the key to success. As replacement, Mondi Extrusion Coatings developed a non-foil, co-extruded paper laminate that protects the product and gives it a long shelf life. By introducing a special sealing polymer, the sealing temperatures could be significantly reduced, resulting in much lower energy use and higher efficiency on the filling lines. “We are both proud and inspired by the recognition that comes with winning a 2014 WorldStar Award! It is a true testament to the innovative spirit, persistence and excellence in collaboration that was required to deliver this great packaging bre-
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akthrough,” states Lisa RonquestRoss, R&D Director, Mars Africa – FOOD. “This outstanding project started two years ago and is the result of a professional and successful cooperation between Mondi Extrusion Coatings and Afripack, our partner in South Africa. We like the combination of Afripack’s high professionalism and spirit for new ideas and we are proud that we, as a team, can offer outstanding new innovations to our business partners and customers,” says Michael Strobl, Managing Di-
rector Mondi Extrusion Coatings. The judgement of the 2014 WorldStar Awards took place on 7 November when representatives from 24 packaging associations, members of WPO (World Packaging Organisation), reviewed 249 packaging projects applied from 35 countries. As a WorldStar winner Afripack Consumer Flexibles will be formally honoured at an Awards Presentation Ceremony at the Interpack Trade Show which will take place between 8 and 14 May 2014 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
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BRAVO, THE PRIVILEGED PARTNER OF THE PASTRY CHEFS FOR THE EUROPEAN CUP, SELECTION FOR THE COUPE DU MONDE DE LA PÂTISSERIE
The best European pastry cooks will be meeting for the European Pastry Cup on January 26th at Palexpo, as part of the Sirha Geneva trade exhibition. Bravo France, 30 years of innovation for master pastry chefs and ice-cream makers.
or over 30 years, Bravo France has accompanied pastry professionals with innovating products which make it possible for pastry chefs and icecream makers to offer their customers remarkably tasty products.
ment by fitting out the candidates with equipment at the leading edge of innovation.
An increased presence around the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie network of pastry chefs
The K24 EVO coating machine for the best chocolate After several years of work with a company which is a leader in the production of machines for chocolate, BRAVO decided to enter this field as a manufacturer by applying the TRITTICO software for heat control to its new K24 EVO coating machine. This is a revolutionary approach in which temperature control is carried out at the heart of the chocolate and not at the sides of the tank. This makes a perfect crystallisation of the chocolate possible.
Reflecting the values and culture of a continent that has always widely contributed to the history and prestige of pastry in the world, The European Cup -the selections for the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie - gathers together the best European pastry chefs in a high flying competition associating flavours and art. Long time partner of the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie, Bravo is a major support for the profession. With the expansion of the selection network for the competition which results in the second edition of the European Pastry Cup, Bravo is naturally increasing its involve-
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Equipment meeting the requirements of the best pastry chefs, ice-cream makers and chocolate makers in the world
The main specifications of the BRAVO K24 EVO are: ❱ Accurate and constant temperature control, ❱ Memorisation of temperatures used, ❱ Automatic heat balancing, ❱ “Easy cut” transport paper cutting system, ❱ User friendly display screen and commands.
FLOW PACK PACKAGING MACHINES AND AUTOMATIC PACKAGING SYSTEMS
hree decades have passed since in the early 80’s, in a small factory located on the outskirts of Schio, two eager and enthusiastic engineers began to try their hand at used packaging machines, with a view to restoring them to an acceptable working condition. This operation was called an overhaul, a term which has now gone out of use in today’s “disposable” world. It was exactly this constant disassembling, replacing, modifying and testing of old machinery that led to the decision to create new and modern machines. In 1985 the first packaging machines of the newly established Tecno Pack were introduced on the market, immediately enjoying great appreciation among the clientele. Thus began the company’s long journey, focused on responding promptly and professionally to the ever more demanding needs of the market, advancing with courage and determination down the challenging road of automatic packaging
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systems. These were years of commitment, sacrifice and constant research, but also great satisfaction and growth. In the meantime, Tecno Pack moved to a new headquarters in the Schio industrial zone, an area better suited for the company’s evolving and growing logistic production needs.Since 2011 the continuity of our work is ensured in a new 6000 m² site also situated in the traditionally hard-working town of Schio, industrially nicknamed “the little Manchester of Italy” since the second half of the nineteenth century. Machine after machine, system after system the story continues, inevitably entwined with professional and personal affairs without, however, affecting the company’s ideological continuity which has been guaranteed over time by constant investment and commitment in research and innovation, the solid genesis of success which led Tecno Pack to qualify as a full-fledged market leader. Tecnopack is pleased to inform that during IBA 2012 it is presenting
the vertical pillow-pack machines on completion of its already wide range of machinery.
Tecno Pack S.p.A. the best technology for the packaging of food in CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE The present of food industry offers products as diverse in relation to the geographical area of production. Even a short distance can ‘determine significant differences peculiar to the final product. Tecno Pack S.p.A. provides its technology summit with FP 027 BB create a tailor made for each type of food . The packaging system can be obtained with flow pack machines Tecno Pack can ‘ensure: SHELF LIFE: a long lifetime of the product while maintaining the quality ‘initial PROTECTION: an armored box that also protects the product from external shocks and movements such as mechanical and TRACKING‘: coding systems of
printable film and labeling will assure the correctness and completeness of sensitive data: - Weight, price, barcode, time and shift packaging, expiry etc etc. WHY ‘PACK YOUR MEAT with Tecno Pack FP 027 BB ALL SIZES: FP 027 allows a flexible ‘can range in a few minutes in the same horizontal packaging machine totally servo. PERFORMANCES: high speed ‘and great operational flexibility’ allows us to depend formats, to package your product at rates up to 100 packs per minute. COST‘: realizing envelopes perfectly sealed on three sides by barrier film is packaging has a cost much lower than any other system such as, for example, thermoforming. LONG LIFE TO YOUR PRODUCT: The flow pack packaging in controlled atmosphere tested and proven certainties guarantee long preservation of the product thanks to the preheating of the gas injected into the envelope and the tightness of the welds.
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TWO DRESSES AT THE SAME PRICE: thanks to the high precision control of the gas temperature Tecno Pack can guarantee the achievement, with the same machine, the packaging is aesthetically usual, that the version with a vacuum effect. SANITATION: The cantilevered construction of the packaging Tecno Pack, also known as cantilever, al-
lows a complete separation between the groups in movement of the machine, the motors and the electrical system, this system allows the end user an easy and quick cleaning and sanitizing of machinery POSSIBLE MANY CLOTHES: The wide range of Tecno Pack packaging, and fittings in various versions, offers the following options: › Flow pack or classic for all sizes: three seals with central fin with or without a vacuum effect in MAP. › Flow pack or “L” for medium and small cuts, three welds with side fin with or without a vacuum effect in MAP. › Flow pack or open and close: three seals with zips recommended for medium and small cuts in MAP Envelope or “L” thermo retracted: film-to-skin three seals on the product to present to protect the consumer and not typing MAP.
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FLEXIBLE, EFFICIENT AND THE FASTEST IN ITS CATEGORY: INTRODUCING EVOFLEX™, THE NEXT GENERATION OF PALLETIZING TECHNOLOGY
ith the global launch of the EvoFlex™ palletizing range, historic packaging expert Gebo, part of the newly formed Gebo Cermex Group, is pointing the way towards the industry’s future. Designed to offer optimal flexibility, EvoFlex™ high speed palletizer can handle any and all types of products and secondary packaging, with a single-column design, double lifting unit and floor level infeed which sets it apart from dual-column and robotic alternatives. And what’s more, EvoFlex™ is the fastest palletizing system of its category, capable of processing up to twelve layers per minute. Already sold to key bottlers in USA, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, the EvoFlex™ palletizer is the first in a new family of equipments that looks set to change the face of the industry, a comprehensive range of end-of-line solutions offering unparalleled flexibility, modularity and all-round performance. EvoFlex™ represents the first major product launch from Gebo Cermex,
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the industry-leading packaging line group born earlier this year of the merger between Gebo, a legendary conveying and line engineering brand, and Cermex, the proven expert in overwrapping and end-ofline equipment. Gebo Cermex Business Unit Director - Palletizing/Depalletizing JeanFrançois Tourrenc explains the thinking behind this new range: “The end-of-line packaging market is complex, and becoming more so by the day. With EvoFlex™, we believe we’ve achieved the perfect balance of flexibility and performance. Our customers often need to package a wide range of products with a maximum of speed and reliability and a minimum of operational maintenance.” The flagship EvoFlex™ palletizer is capable of handling all types of products and secondary packaging, and turning out pallets at up to twelve layers per minute. The single column, double lifting unit system is both reliable and efficient, and of course the quality and integrity of the packaging re-
main impeccable, even for the very lightest containers.
Superior functionality and value for money Key to this impressive performance is EvoFlex™’s innovative design (patent currently pending). At a time when robotic solutions are frequently touted as the future of the technology, EvoFlex™ is a unique proposition: a high-performance, ergonomically-designed system allows just one operator to control the whole end-of-line area. Because as well as being the fastest palletizing system with low level infeed on the market, EvoFlex™ is also one of the easiest to use. The simplicity of the single-column system enables the machines to automatically switch between different product and packaging formats in under a minute with no manual adjustment, cutting changeover time and line downtime to an absolute minimum. The ground level infeed means that no pack elevator or platform is required, enhancing the system’s er-
gonomic efficiency and improving health and safety conditions for the operator and the maintenance teams. And EvoFlex™ has another clear advantage over its robotic rivals, which Jean-François Tourrenc is eager to point out: “It’s flexible, fast, easy to use and… simply a better investment than the alternatives! EvoFlex™ has all the functionality of robotic systems and, when you factor in the reduced total cost of ownership, including operational and maintenance costs as well as substantially reduced energy consumption thanks to servomotor technology, our customers really get a great value out of their investment.” An asset which helps explain the instant success this new range has enjoyed: having only just been launched into the market, EvoFlex™ systems have already been sold in the UK, USA, South Africa, Peru and the Philippines, for beer, water and CSD packaging operations in both PET and glass. Professionals from the beverage sector will have the opportunity to judge for themselves this September at Munich’s drinktec show, the world’s largest trade fair for beverage and liquid food technology. Gebo Cermex will be in attendance, presenting their latest innovations to the world and heralding the arrival of the next generation of palletizing solution.
FLEXIBLE, EFFICACE ET LA PLUS RAPIDE DE SA CATÉGORIE : DÉCOUVREZ EVOFLEX™, LA NOUVELLE GÉNÉRATION DE SYSTÈMES DE PALETTISATION
vec le lancement mondial de la gamme de systèmes de palettisation Evoflex™, Gebo, expert emblématique de l’emballage aujourd’hui intégré au groupe nouvellement formé Gebo Cermex, ouvre une nouvelle voie pour le futur de l’industrie. Conçu pour offrir une flexibilité optimale, le palettiseur haute cadence Evoflex™ peut prendre en charge tous les types de produits et d’emballages secondaires, et se distingue des solutions robotiques et à double colonne grâce à un système mono-colonne doté de deux tables de transfert
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des couches et d’une alimentation au niveau du sol. De plus, Evoflex™ est le système de palettisation le plus rapide de sa catégorie, capable de traiter jusqu’à douze couches par minute. Déjà vendu à de grands embouteilleurs aux États-Unis, en Amérique du Sud, en Europe, en Afrique et en Asie, le palettiseur Evoflex™ est le premier d’une nouvelle famille qui pourrait changer la physionomie de l’industrie du conditionnement, grâce à une gamme complète de solutions fin de ligne qui offrent une flexibilité inégalée, une modularité et des per-
formances uniques. Evoflex™ est le premier lancement majeur pour Gebo Cermex, groupe leader de l’industrie des lignes de conditionnement né il y a quelques mois de la fusion entre Gebo, marque phare du convoyage et de l’ingénierie de ligne, et Cermex, l’expert reconnu en machines d’emballage et solutions de fin de ligne. Jean-François Tourrenc, Directeur des Opérations Palettisation chez Gebo Cermex, explique l’analyse qui a sous-tendu la création de cette nouvelle gamme : « Le marché de l’emballage de fin de ligne est com-
plexe et le devient un peu plus chaque jour. Nous pensons qu’avec EvoFlex™, nous avons atteint l’équilibre parfait entre flexibilité et performance. Nos clients ont souvent besoin de conditionner de larges gammes de produits et ce, avec un maximum de fiabilité et de rapidité, ainsi qu’un minimum de maintenance. » Le palettiseur Evoflex™ est capable de traiter tous types de produits et d’emballages secondaires à une cadence jusqu’à douze couches par minute. Le système mono-colonne à deux tables de transfert des couches est à la fois fiable et efficace, et garantit la qualité et l’intégrité des emballages, même pour les contenants les plus légers.
Fonctionnalité et rapport qualité-prix supérieurs La clé d’une telle performance est le design innovant qu’offre l’EvoFlex™ (brevet en cours). A l’heure où les solutions robotiques sont souvent présentées comme l’avenir de la technologie, EvoFlex™ est une proposition unique : un système dont la performance et l’ergonomie autorisent un contrôle total de la fin de ligne par un seul opérateur. Car tout en étant le système de palettisation avec arrivée basse le plus rapide sur le marché, EvoFlex™ est également l’un des plus faciles à utiliser. La simplicité du système à colonne unique permet des changements automatiques de format de produits ou de packaging en moins d’une minute et sans réglage manuel, réduisant ainsi au strict minimum les temps d’arrêt de la ligne. Grâce à son alimentation basse, plus besoin de système d’élévation de packs ni de plateforme : l’ergonomie du système est totale, et les conditions de sécurité pour l’opérateur et les équipes de maintenance sont optimum. Enfin EvoFlex™ possède un autre atout sur ses concurrents robotiques, comme le souligne JeanFrançois Tourrenc : « Il est flexible,
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rapide, facile à utiliser et... c’est tout simplement un meilleur investissement que toute autre alternative ! EvoFlex™ intègre toutes les fonctionnalités des systèmes robotisés et si l’on ajoute à cela la réduction des coûts total de possession, coûts d’exploitation et de maintenance, ainsi que la diminution substantielle de consommation d’énergie grâce à la technologie servomoteur, il est clair que nos clients trouvent là la meilleure valeur ajoutée du marché ». Un atout de poids qui explique le succès immédiat que cette nouvelle gamme a rencontré : tout juste lancés sur le marché, les systèmes EvoFlex™ ont déjà été
vendus au Royaume-Uni, aux EtatsUnis, en Afrique du Sud, au Pérou et aux Philippines, pour le conditionnement de la bière, de l’eau et des boissons gazeuses en PET et en verre. Les professionnels du secteur des boissons auront l’occasion de juger par eux-mêmes des qualités de l’EvoFlex en septembre au salon Drinktec de Munich, le plus grand salon au monde des technologies pour boissons et liquides alimentaires. Gebo Cermex y présentera aux visiteurs internationaux ses dernières innovations et annoncera l’arrivée de la prochaine génération de solutions de palettisation.
ISHIDA FIRST RANGE OFFERS ECONOMIC SNACK FOOD PACKING SOLUTIONS WITH HIGH FLEXIBILITY AND FAST PAYBACK
shida Europe has developed a range of entry-level weigher/ bagmaker combination units which offer an economic, medium speed solution for food manufacturers, thus delivering a fast payback on a reduced investment cost while ensuring consistent weights, pack quality and seal integrity. The Ishida First Range comprises either a 10 or 14 head CCW-SE economy multihead weigher with an intermittent motion Astro-S-103 bagmaker or a 14-head economy weigher with a rotary motion At-
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las-113 packaging machine. Whilst the Atlas option is ideal for handling pillow bags at speeds of up to 90 bpm, the Astro will usually be specified for speeds up to 70 bpm, offering in addition to pillow bags also gusseted and block bottom bag formats with minimum change parts and simple machine maintenance. Both the Atlas and Astro bagmakers feature servo-motors and software controlled variable seal time, jaw temperature and pressure that allow the handling of many film
types, including standard, metallised, recyclable and biodegradable. Stripping plates clear the seal area before sealing which ensures good pack quality, and servo driven and vacuum assisted pull down belts enable accurate and consistent bag lengths to maximise film use and optimise pack presentation. A user-friendly operator interface includes integrated self-diagnostics and a colour touch-screen. This allows easy and rapid transfers between bag types and film, and minimises downtime
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Sustainability is demonstrated in practice at BUERGO.FOL
UERGO.FOL, the renowned manufacturer of flexible films, rigid films, reclosable films, skin films, and shrink films for the food industry and for numerous technical applications, is increasingly focusing on sustainable packaging systems. The film manufacturer therefore not only pledges to realize real and verifiable protection of the environment, but also translates this concept into action. Saving resources and recycling while maintaining its renowned product quality are the goals declared by the company headquartered in Siegenburg, Germany, in the lower Bavarian district of Kelheim.
1. Are the current bioplastics really sustainable? Everyone uses the term „sustainable“ today, but due the extremely widespread use of this term, especially in the packaging industry, very few people actually know what is meant by this term. Wikipedia says the following: „Sustainability is the capacity to endure. For humans, sustainability is the long-term maintenance of responsibility, which has environmental, economic, and social dimensions, and encompasses the concept of stewardship, the responsible management of resource use. In ecology, sustainability describes how biological systems remain diverse and productive over time, a necessary precondition for human well-being. Longlived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems.“ . All too quickly now - under the guise of „sustainability“ – companies are bridging the gap to the use of renewable raw materials in the production of films, the manufacture of biologically degradable films, and to the natural cycle by subsequent composting of the films or packaging. It is a very
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good and well-rounded concept that will surely forge its own path in the future. However, in the year 2013 this concept will not yet become complete because when you take a critical look behind the green curtain, you will see numerous corners and edges. For example, the raw material polylactic acid (PLA) is a renewable resource, but it is unfortunately manufactured today in the USA based on genetically modified corn. It is unthinkable to use this PLA in films and packaging in many European countries, and especially in Switzerland. The exact same criticism applies to the heavily advertised compostability of packaging made using biomaterials, which can even be certified according to DIN EN 13432 . Only a few packages and bags land in (industrial) compost – just like before, they continue to be fed to incinerators . Experts in the field of biopolymers also expressly recommend their incineration . Furthermore, there is not any method available for recycling biomaterials. In contrast: If large amounts of PLA were to be sent to the recycling plant, then the raw materials would contaminate the waste stream and make other recycled plastics unmar-
ketable. Based on a report from the experts at Euwid, the Petcore organization views the recycling of PET bottles to be at risk. Even a small market share of PLA could lead to a serious disruption of the infrastructure for recycling PET bottles in Europe.“ . Another setback in relation to the use of biopolymers for packaging arose at the beginning of 2013: Until the end of the year 2012 biodegradable packagings made from renewable raw materials were exempted from the DSD fees. This “promotion” ends from the beginning of the year 2013 . As the European Bioplastics has announced in June 2012, further amendments of the German Biowaste Ordinance lead to restrictions, that not all “biopackaging” may be disposed of in the brown bin . The entire system of biopolymers based on renewable materials is evidently still in its infancy. There are only a few suppliers, and they often have a monopoly in the market. Even in terms of the properties of the materials, films made of biopolymers cannot measure up yet to established products manufactured on a petrochemical basis because in many cases they are still too
brittle, sensitive to water, temperaturesensitive (below 60°C for PLA based biopolymers), poor-sealing (for cellulose-based), difficult to process, and do not function as a barrier. BUERGO.FOL Managing Director Gregor Schleicher does not see the end of the possibilities for biopolymers by a long shot yet. Without the support of petroleum-based polymers, it is impossible to achieve the properties in films and packaging that customers are accustomed to. In addition, Schleicher also expressed moral considerations regarding the manufacturing of plastics using food intended for humans and livestock. In summary, it can be said that this still does not justify the high price for films made of biomaterials. Very few consumers are willing to pay for them because they are not convinced yet of the advantages of packaging made of biomaterials and are even confused and insecure about their use due to the continuous flood of new organic logos and controversial public discussions. It may take many years before bioplastics, praised as
being renewable and sustainable, and the products produced using them become a serious alternative to petroleum-based plastics. BUERGO.FOL is monitoring these developments very closely, but only after the concept of renewable resources is sensible and consistent in all aspects will consumers be willing to accept them.
2. Real Sustainability In the meantime, BUERGO.FOL is following and realizing a different path to more sustainable products. As a pioneer in Germany, the company has been offering foamed APET films in thicknesses ranging from 300 to 800 μ under the new brand name „BUERGO.PET expanded“ for some time now. These films are produced on the ultramodern facilities available at the site in Ingolstadt, Germany. The weight of the foamed film is approximately 30% lower in comparison to that of conventional APET films. This results in significant material savings, and therefore to a more sustainable use of natural resources. BUERGO.PET expanded has
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Black bottom section of a package made of BUERGO.PET expanded (left) with a magnified view of the foam structure (right)
BUERGO.PET expanded is very suitable as package for meat and sausages. In combination with barrier films, an excellent barrier effect is obtained
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a very high mechanical strength and is perfectly suited for use as a deep draw film on all common thermoforming and packaging machines, even on older models. This means processors of the film and packagers using the film can still use their existing machines without having to retrofit them, and they can even continue working with their standard machine settings. The thermal formability is also much better in comparison to non-foamed films as well. For example, extremely deep recesses can be formed without requiring the use of a stamp. The structures applied to the thermoforming mold are formed precisely and with detailed contours on the foamed film. Furthermore, the foamed APET film can be cut perfectly – sharp edges and sharp corners are a thing of the past now. At the same time, wear on the cutting knifes is minimized. The foaming effect also provides other advantages in addition to the advantage of a reduction in weight: due to the insulating effect, the keeping quality of the packaged product improves as well. Visually, the foam structure is very appealing and attractive, and the film and packaging feel soft and smooth in your hand while still providing a good grip. This provides an additional incentive to the consumers at the point of sale to purchase the product. In addition, BUERGO.PET expanded is also available in various colours, and the film can be printed with excellent results, which means it is possible to realize new and individual packaging ideas as eye-catchers on the shelves and ideal product presentations. The innovative foam films based on polyester are therefore superbly suited for the manufacture of trays, tablets, pans, plates, dishes, and cups for the food area as well as for the non-food area. Their use for packaging foods such as meats and sausages, cheese, snack items, fish and seafood, poultry, baked goods and ready-made meals on the one hand, and for consumer and industrial goods such as hygiene products, household goods, office sup-
plies, electronics on the other hand, must be particularly emphasized. The combination of stackability and slippage resistance in the packaging is guaranteed.
Composite Films Just like before, the new foamed APET films can also be bonded to a laminate with barrier films from the BUERGO. FOL company in an additional refinement step. The bond is strong and permanent. Delamination does not occur in top films or in bottom films. By selecting suitable laminating films, it is possible to vary the barrier properties for oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapour as well the opening characteristics of the packaging. The spectrum ranges from tight sealed packaging to packaging that is especially easy to open, i.e. easy to peel. As a whole, this allows the realization of customized packaging, and the film specialists from Bavaria are ready to meet the demands and requirements of manufacturers, retailers, and consumers.
4. Savings Sustainable development will be part of the future of the packaging market. In times of heavy pricing pressure, the economical use of resources will become more important than ever. The following table shows the potential savings in packaging by comparing the foamed APET film BUERGO.PET expanded with the non-foamed BUERGO. PET film. The table shows how much packaging material weight can be saved when using the foamed film. In addition to the cost savings in material and the lower transportation costs Typical bottom film
resulting from the lower packaging weight, it is also necessary to consider the not-so-insignificant savings in DSD (dual refuse system) fees for the „Green Point“ system. Particularly noteworthy in this context is the fact that the foamed APET sheet BUERGO.PET expanded is mainly produced with recycled materials. This results in a very low value for the carbon footprint (kg of CO2 eq. / kg polymer) in a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and a considerable saving of energy.
5. Summary and Outlook The new, verifiably sustainable concept from BUERGO.FOL, who has already realized the production and sales of foamed APET films in the BUERGO. PET expanded product class, also offers a whole range of advantages on the product side: • Excellent processing characteristics on existing machines • Appealing look and feel • Outstanding mechanical properties In comparison to other plastics, Gregor Schleicher, Managing Director of the BUERGO.FOL GmbH, stated the fol-
Not foamed Foamed APET-Film BUERGO.PET BUERGO.PET expanded APET/PE APET/PE
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lowing: „In comparison to polypropylene PP, the foamed APET film stands out due to is significantly better processing properties, higher plant effectiveness, and lower energy consumption. Compared to polystyrene PS, BUERGO. PET expanded has significantly better mechanical properties with comparable recyclability.“ One of the reasons why the marketing of foamed APET film is now being advanced is the fact that weight savings of up to 30% are possible in packaging and that the packaging material show a very good LCA-value. This responsible handling of resources is environmentally friendly since it reduces the overall energy consumption and CO2 emissions. This and other sustainable concepts will be more intensely pursued in the future at BUERGO. FOL because this company is aware of responsibility for the environment and for the living conditions of future generations.
About BUERGO.FOL BUERGO.FOL produces flexible films, rigid films, reclosable films, skin films, and shrink films for the food industry and a number of technical applications at three locations in southern Germany using an ultra-modern machine park, and employs almost 300 people.
About the Author Dr. Kurt Stark studied chemistry at the University of Bayreuth with emphasis on polymer and colloid chemistry. In 1999, he began his professional carrier at Wacker Polymer Systems in Burghausen. As a laboratory head, he
was responsible for the development new polymer products, the optimization of existing products, and supporting production. From March 2005 to September 2011, Dr. Stark worked at Huhtamaki in Forchheim, a manufacturer and processor of polymer films. In his function as head of the Research & Development Department for the technical film and packaging film market segments, Dr. Stark worked on renewable and biologically degradable films, primarily on those based on PLA. He developed completely new blowing and casting PLA film systems for custom solutions. Since October 2011, Dr. Kurt Stark has assumed a position at the BUERGO. FOL GmbH in Siegenburg as a head of product development for techni-
Dr. Kurt Stark Director Business Development BUERGO.FOL GmbH cal films and as the Business Development Director. In this function, he will also promote the development of new packaging solutions and technical films for the next generation at BUERGO.FOL.
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UERGO.FOL GmbH from Siegenburg in Bavaria is a company of around 300 employees specializing in the manufacture and converting of rigid and flexible films. We offer a diverse and advanced product catalogue comprising shrink-wrap films, skin films and reclosable films for the food industry, medical products, pet food, the chemical industry, as well as special customized applications. With more than 40 years of experience, BUERGO.FOL provides unique know-how in the development of modern packaging solutions. Our wealth of experience combined with the constant drive to advance the current state of technology has made BUERGO.FOL market leader in the field of high-tech technical films and special-purpose films with content customers in many different branches of business and industry. At BUERGO.FOL we provide a full inhouse service in the development and manufacture of highly customised packaging solutions ranging from the production of advanced rigid films and flexible films to customized printing of
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the films. We pride ourselves in only providing products of outstanding quality to our customers. Over the last 40 years our unique combination of using only highest quality raw materials, cutting-edge research and state-of the art production facilities has made us a trusted brand as a supplier of barrier films to many branches of industry especially the pharmaceuticals, food, non-food and converting industries. This longstanding business relationship has given us the expertise to help our customers meet their specific needs e.g. production under the very high hygiene standards compliant with HACCP and BRC/IoP. However, we believe that there is more to quality than producing outstanding products: True quality means taking
seriously our responsibility to our customers as well as to the environment and the societies we live in. At BUERGO.FOL we rise to every challenge and always strive to offer innovative, efficient and effective solutions to our customers. In order to achieve this, we draw on our 40 years of experience as a highly successful system provider of standard films, heavy-duty high-barrier applications for MAP, vacuum packaging and flow packs. Furthermore, we invest in the future by constantly improving existent films and developing new film recipes designed to meet specific customer requirements. email@example.com · Tel. +49 (0) 94 44/97 91-110
TLM – THE NEXT GENERATION
erhard Schubert GmbH is again boosting the capacity of its extremely flexible TLM packaging technology. The latest TLM generation will premiere at interpack 2014. A prototype of the world’s first packaging machine without a switch cabinet will be among the innovations presented. The launch of 3D scanners has set a milestone for product image processing. Both the housing and the inner workings of the transmodules have been updated. Schubert will exhibit a total of three TLM picker lines and a TLM packaging line at trade fair stand 14A06 in Hall 14. The packaging line utilises automatic tool change to produce shelf-ready cartons of aerosol cans. With all of its innovative projects, Schubert pursues the principle of combining intelligent software with reduced mechanical systems. This approach is also embodied in the
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packaging machines without switch cabinets. The more narrow head section of the TLM machine, which itself is known as “robot heaven”, is a visible indication that conventional electrical systems have been eliminated. In the future, less room will be required where Gerhard Schubert originally placed the con-
trol cabinet when launching the TLM series. This is due to the fact that the servoamplifiers are part of the TLM robot within a decentralized controller system and no longer take up space in the control cabinet. In addition, the number of electronic parts has been significantly reduced.
Schubert already achieves higher efficiency in manufacturing and configuring the lines in the current stage of development. Customers benefit from lower maintenance expenditures. Because each function can also malfunction, having fewer components means a lower susceptibility for error.
New performance dimensions for the Vision System The 3D scanner from Schubert realizes spatial perception. The resulting height profile reflects the threedimensional shape of the product to be packaged. This development is based on the stereoscopic approach, which means that the scanner
captures two views of each product from different viewing angles. In doing so, it realises a height resolution of 0.5 mm in a measuring range of 60 mm height. This advancement has facilitated numerous application options. The first TLM picker line with a 3D scanner has already been put into operation by a candy manufacturer in Belgium. This technology has raised quality assurance to a new level of performance. The 3D scanner opens up attractive control parameters such as volume, weight and stack height. The Vision System tolerates belt soiling, as long as it remains below a certain height threshold, which allows products to be detected under difficult conditions.
Sophisticated multi-talent: The transmodule Since the transmodule was introduced in 2009, around 3,000 of these transport robots have been put into use in TLM packaging lines worldwide. They convey products and boxes in TLM standard machines or picker lines, act as carrier carriages for the deep-drawing tools, or facilitate automatic tool change. The transmodule ultimately made it possible to realise the new TLM filling machines. As part of the latest TLM transmodule update, the transport carriage was shortened and equipped with an LED display to indicate the operating status. The transmodulesâ€™ control electronics are now based on a Uni 5 assembly, the current controller assembly of the latest generation of the Schubert packaging machine controller. The values for maximum acceleration and speed have been significantly increased. Furthermore, Schubert has already announced the next conceptual product for the intelligent transport robots: transmodules that can move along curves. Negotiating curves allows
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even more freedom when designing the layout. Unnecessary interfaces are eliminated and the line’s compactness increases. New VMS generation: Improved performance for data transfer There is also news regarding the VMS packaging machine controller. The fifth generation of VMS modules now communicate via Sercos rather than via the signal bus. As a standardized, real-time-capable Ethernet bus, Sercos provides advantages in data transfer while at the same time guaranteeing the deterministic transfer of signals. The data transfer of the VMS controller now achieves 16,000 signals per millisecond and 10 million data bits per second, which corresponds to a performance increase of 400% or 20.000%, respectively. Schubert utilises Sercos in its TLM machines only in the form of loop structures. If a component fails or a line is interrupted, the controller can localise and display the fault location reliably. Because each station can be reached from two sides, the line itself continues to run failure-free even if the Sercos cable breaks.
Applications Flexible for all products Thank to its flexibility, TLM technology is fundamentally suitable for packaging any product. The four packaging machines displayed will give an impression of the broad range that Schubert offers. The packaging machine prototype without switch cabinets processes infusion bags as its product. Members of the new Schubert Pharma expert team will be available to consult customers from the pharmaceutical industry. The packaging line for cartoning aerosol cans will be delivered to a customer after interpack. With this exhibit, trade fair visitors can obtain information regarding the function of the automatic tool change and be
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persuaded of the added value of this technology on-site. The line comprises just four sub-machines. It currently processes aerosol cans of four different sizes and makes shelf-ready cartons in four different dimensions (cardboard tray plus lid). The output is 320 products per minute. A picker line which groups bottles on transmodules using TLM-F44 robots conveys an impression of the diverse options for the beverage industry. The trade fair machine runs with an output of 12,000 bottles/ hour and demonstrates product handling without any backup. Schubert combines a compact design with high flexibility, which is exactly what is required in many production plants in the beverage industry.
Another picker line groups chocolate bars on TLM transmodules. The trade fair machine runs with an output of 600 bars per minute and visualises how TLM lines handle products both flexibly and extremely gently. Ralf and Gerald Schubert are looking forward to the prospect of presenting the result of having invested many thousands of manhours in research and development for the first time at interpack. “Our customers appreciate Schubert as a partner who is always ahead of its time,” reports Gerald Schubert. “In fact, with our innovations we are determining the future of packaging machine engineering.” Further information is available at www. gerhard-schubert.de
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AK GIDA RELIES ON OYSTAR HASSIA The dairy producer AK Gida, a subsidiary of Turkey’s largest food group, Ülker, is increasing its cream cheese production capacities. The company has purchased yet another THM 16/48 form, filling and sealing (FFS) machine manufactured by OYSTAR Hassia.
ltogether, AK Gida markets more than 20 different dairy products, from cheese and butter to homogenized milk and powdered milk, all the way to yoghurt and pudding. The dairy producer, whose brands also include Petit Suisse, a cream cheese product made of pasteurized cow’s milk enriched with a wisp of cream, is one of the leading manufacturers in the Turkish market. Now AK Gida intends to strengthen its production capacities in the cream cheese segment even further by turning to the latest machine technology. OYSTAR Hassia’s THM 16/48 form, filling and sealing machine with an aseptic dosing system. “It was our goal to achieve the very best production for our top seller, Petit Suisse,” explains Ömer Murat Gümüşdağ, Production Director at AK Gida. “OYSTAR Hassia has been supplying us with the highest quality of innovative machinery for years now and that makes them the right partner to help us reach our goal. The food manufacturer had already purchased an aseptic machine for its pudding production in 2003. Two additional machines followed in 2007: a stick pack machine for chocolate sauce as well as an additional FFS machine for the production of cream cheese.
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Maximum Efficiency The new THM 16/48 from OYSTAR Hassia is distinguished by its reliability and high rate of efficiency. The FFS machine produces 54,000 45-gram cups per hour at a nominal output of 30 strokes per minute. “This output has allowed us to increase our production capacity several times over, even as we reduced our downtime”, states Ömer Murat Gümüşdağ. AK Gida also enjoys improved flexibility; in addition to handling Petit Suisse, the THM 16/48 can switch over to the 35-gram cups used to make the Smartt brand chocolate pudding when necessary. Both the cream cheese and the pudding cups are manufactured in 6-pack units (30-up format). The 6-pack units are provided with perforated snaplines to allow the cups to be separated easily. The tool is designed for “lowwaste” perforation with trimming and star-shaped punching. “This offers us more than maximum efficiency; it promotes the environmentally friendly manufacture of our products”, summarizes AK Gida’s Ömer Murat Gümüşdağ. Steam Disinfection To ensure the quality of the product, the THM 16/48 comes in the “Hygienic Active” version for the active disinfection of the bottom web and lid material. In other
words, steam is used to disinfect the wrapping materials, which are then passed on in a tunnel with sterile air overpressure until the cups are sealed to prevent re-infection. In addition, a membrane valve dosing system (CIP/ SIP-capable) in aseptic design featuring 30 filling nozzles is integrated and a gas flushing of the cup headspace takes place. “This ensures the highest hygienic demands are met and guarantees an optimal product protection with the best-possible quality assurance”, emphasizes Ömer Murat Gümüşdağ of AK Gida. The FFS machine is operated using the TEOs HMI panel developed by the OYSTAR Group. Machinery operation is intuitive, using a modern multi-touch system similar to that of a smartphone. Operators further have the support of a help system integrated into the HMI software: Each time a parameter is entered, the system offers tips on choosing the right settings, and if an error message appears, it displays photos, graphics and tips from the operating manual and the circuit diagrams. “I believe we’ve really made the best possible choice here,” Ömer Murat Gümüşdağ from AK Gida sums up. “We have the ideal setup for our cream cheese production. Once again, further investment in an OYSTAR machine has paid off!“
HOWEVER YOU SLICE IT, SUPERLOCK’S A WINNER FOR SALAMI
alami manufacturer Norwegian Grilstad has met consumer demand for an exciting new packaging format using the acclaimed SuperLock® from RPC Superfos. A survey run on behalf of Grilstad showed clearly that Norwegian consumers were not satisfied with the available packaging for sliced salami and would prefer a twist-off, screw-on lid to replace the traditional tear-open flexible pack. The results were so clear that Grilstad decided to act immediately, with the goal of being the first on the market with this type of salami packaging. The company worked closely with RPC Superfos and came up with the idea of also using the pot upside
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down so that the lid acts as a serving dish – an innovation which further enhances ease of use. It can then be resealed easily, minimising food waste. Development Manager at Grilstad, Terje Sørnes, explains: “We chose the SuperLock pot because it is the only solution on the market offering three desirable qualities all in one: an oxygen barrier, decoration with In-Mould Labelling and a twist-off screw-on lid. ”When we came up with the idea of using the pot upside down, we found it so obvious that we had to ask ourselves why no one had thought of it before.” Grilstad reports good sales since the 1 September launch for all three of its varieties; Jubelsalami, Su-
persalami and Trønderfår in 120g and 150g variants. Terje Sørnes adds: “Working with RPC Superfos has been exciting and rewarding. The project was run with very tight deadlines to shorten the time-to-market. Thanks to our close cooperation we can be proud of the launch.” In addition, the new approach to sliced salami has generated substantial media excitement: “The attention that we got from the media was overwhelming. Thanks to the packaging, we received a great deal of coverage in major newspapers and news websites. “Also on our Facebook page, the new pack has created a lot of buzz people want salami with a twist-off screw-on lid.”
THE LABELX UNIT IS CAPABLE OF RESOLVING A WIDE RANGE OF PROBLEMS IN THE FIELD OF LABEL APPLICATION
ncreasingly valued by the market, the LABELX device has emerged as a strategic resource implemented by LABELPACK for the purpose of addressing a wide range of label application issues. Produced in thousands of different versions, the LABELX is an extremely reliable and high-performance labelling unit that’s available with a complete range of accessories designed to facilitate its integration within any automatic packaging line. The units, in fact, are available in three different widths of 140mm, 250mm and 350 mm, all of which feature an advanced electronic management system that’s capable of ensuring exceptional speed and accuracy. All the operating parameters are managed via a simple and highlyfunctional Touch-screen operator’s panel. With the integration of thermal transfer printing units, the LABELX device can be transformed into a high-performance label prin-
ting and application system that’s capable of resolving numerous label printing and application problems on high productivity shrink wrapped packages, complete with “non-stop” production line management functions, as well as the verification of the proper application of the label and the legibility and compliance of the relative bar codes. The LABELX is even available in a version with a dual motorization system, which allows for speeds of up to 80 m/min. to be obtained. The range of labellers produced by LABELPACK is complemented by the LABELX JR version, which is perfectly suited to low productivity applications and can even be equipped with thermal transfer printing modules for printing various data items and bar codes. The LABELX and LABELX JR units even serve as the basis for the MODULAR and COMPACT labelling systems designed by LABELPACK to meet all the
demands of the most important industrial sectors. These COMPACT solutions have been specifically designed to satisfy the various application requirements of the food industry, above all in terms of integration with industrial bakery and pastry packaging lines, combining high modularity with exceptional design efficiency and reliability, all at an extremely affordable price.
LABELX RÉSOUT LES PROBLÈMES D’APPLICATION D’ÉTIQUETTES LES PLUS DISPARATES
e plus en plus appréciée sur le marché, LABELX se révèle comme la ressource stratégique lancée par LABELPACK pour affronter tous les types de problèmes d’application d’étiquettes. Produit en plusieurs milliers d’exemplaires, LABELX est
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une unité d’étiquetage performante et fiable, et disponible avec une gamme complète d’accessoires qui en facilitent l’intégration sur n’importe quelle ligne de conditionnement automatique ; elle est disponible en trois largeurs différentes 140 mm – 250 mm – 350 mm
avec une électronique de gestion évoluée susceptible de garantir des vitesses élevées et une bonne précision d’application. Tous les paramètres de fonctionnement sont gérables depuis un panneau opérateur Touch Screen simple et fonctionnel. Avec l’intégration d’une unité d’impression à transfert thermique, LABELX devient un système impression-application hautement performant avec lequel ont été affrontées diverses problématiques d’impression et d’application d’étiquettes sur des emballages individuels ou des paquets de haute productivité avec gestion des fonctions “no stop” de la ligne de production, et de contrôle de l’application de l’étiquette et de la lisibilité et conformité des codes-barres. LABELX est disponible aussi en version avec double motorisation qui lui permet d’atteindre une vitesse d’application de 80 m/min. La gamme des étiqueteuses produites par LABEL-
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PACK, s’enrichit avec la version LABELX JR, adaptée aux applications de moyenne et basse productivité, mais elle aussi susceptible d’être équipée de modules d’impression à transfert thermique pour l’impression de données variables et de codes-barres. LABELX et LABELX JR sont aussi le cœur des systèmes d’étiquetage MODULAR et COMPACT, conçus par LABELPACK pour satisfaire les besoins de tous les plus importants secteurs industriels. Les solutions COMPACT sont les plus indiquées pour affronter les diverses applications demandées par le secteur alimentaire et en particulier pour l’intégration dans les lignes de conditionnement de panification et de pâtisserie industrielle, associant une grande modularité de construction, une excellente efficacité et fiabilité, et une valeur d’achat avantageuse.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND VERSATILE, THE MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS OF EPS PACKAGING
The wide range of physical/mechanical properties and the superb flexibility of Expanded Polystyrene to the most diverse needs provide competitive solutions, both economically and environmentally, to the problems of packaging, which can vary greatly according to level of protection required for products.
Thermal Insulating Containers The outstanding and peculiar characteristic of EPS to preserve food and beverage enable freshness extension of food for a long period of time, thus limiting temperature ranges of the packaged products. The usage of EPS ranges from fish boxes to ice-cream containers, passing through the little-known take away disposable cups and mozzarella boxes; the main parameters to be considered here are temperature and how to keep the right one. The high insulating capacity which characterizes expanded polystyrene (EPS) is crucial to satisfy the requirements of isothermal containers, which can keep packaged products in the best and constant temperature conditions. The capacity of a material to conduct heat is commonly expressed by the measure of “thermal conductivity” (λ): the lower this value, the better its insulating capacity. If we compare the thermal conductibility value of EPS (about 0.035 W/mK), with the value of other conventional packaging materials, we realize that EPS is an ideal material to manufacture packaging which must ensure thermal insulation. The peculiar thermal insulating properties of EPS combined with hygiene and safety features (it is resistant to fungi and bacteria) makes it ideal to be used, for example, to keep a perishable product such as seafood in a
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evenly fresh environment for the time needed to send it to the market. Moreover EPS is inert to fats, salts, acids and its closed cell structure prevent water or any other liquid from being absorbed.
Fish Boxes Available in a variety of custom molded shapes (boxes, containers, trays, plateaus, etc) EPS is the most popular material for seafood products, which remains a major food industry sector in which EPS dominates with many thousand of tons used, replacing wood almost completely, thus satisfying the strict regulations in force, both at a European and at a national level. This is possible mainly thanks to three fundamental roles which EPS fulfils simultaneously: insulating protection, hygienic protection and anti-shock protection. EPS effectively retards balance with room temperature and ensure to keep optimal thermal conditions for the packaged goods. Fish maintains its qualities and freshness and is not subject to thermal shocks, thus preserving from abrupt temperature changes that may alter it. EPS boxes for seafood packing/packaging are waterproof and ensure product protection against contamination, keeping it in satisfactory hygienic conditions. Moreover they are designed so as to facilitate drainage of meltwater,
as required by the regulations in force. As for the latter aspect, fish boxes are designed in two ways: › The box base has a separated compartment, serving as a collection system, so that meltwater, or even the physiological fluids of fish, can percolate there and do not come into contact with the product. Therefore the product lays on a surface having some cracks/splits of a reduced size (which does not compromise their performances) suitable to the aim. › The internal lining is manufactured with special material to absorb the melted ice and other liquids for the necessary time. The current EPS boxes are manufactured by using the technique of surface crystallization, a production technology involving different products, which provides a better surface finishing, both as for mechanical resistance and hygiene and easier cleaning. These are extremely relevant aspects for the compliance to the strict existing reference standards found in this field of application.
Ice-cream Containers For takeaway ice-creams and frozen cakes, both for handicrafts and industrial products, a consistent range of EPS thermal insulating containers is available on the market, in different shapes and types: there are containers that can be stacked, which facilitates storage in ice-cream shops, saving on space, or others coming in various shapes (flower, small case, etc…) providing attractiveness and packaging design to the end product. Different finishing of containers can be obtained: smooth, rough, mat, decorated or embossed surfaces, according to different specifications and requirements. Such a wide range of customized products offers endless options in terms of appearance and communication. The transfer phases are the most critical moments and the use of EPS containers can better solve the problem of transporting the ice-cream from cold storage of the sales point (display fridge of the ice-cream shop for example) to the fridge-refrigerator of your home. The most widespread containers are made up of two components: one EPS molded and a thermoformed part in crystal polystyrene (PS), intended to contain the foodstuff, later introduced or directly glued to the first one during the manufacturing stage. The “crystallization” technology has been recently introduced for ice-cre-
am containers also.
Bottle Containers (oil/wine cellars) EPS is also used to manufacture interesting types of bottle packaging: versatile containers, with an innovative and modern look, to transport
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any type of bottle (Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhenish, Champagne, as well as round and square oil bottles). In this case expanded polystyrene is no longer a primary packaging (since it does not come into contact with the food-beverage) while it turns into a practical bottle-holder: the packaging is extremely handy, which ensures goods protection and thanks to its insulating properties, it preserves wine and oil from abrupt changes in temperature (remember that the
packaging can always be personalized by using silk-screen printing). Different solutions are available on the market, with the most diverse models according to the customers needs: gift packages characterized by an elegant design, providing single packaging for 1 or 2 bottles, or bottle holder systems which can receive up to 6 bottles, handy, resistant and suitable for big shipments. Finally real “display/packaging” are available on the market, that is systems that package products, allow their handling and they are then turned into a display to be used on the point of sale. This new concept of handling (the packaging which displays) can be used with all the items c onnected to world of mass retailing and in particular preserves, oil, beverage, pasta, cakes, gifts and fancy goods.
EPS is widely used in the fruit and vegetable industry, since its features are well suited to the operating, trading and communication needs of the sector, thus making it a packaging product useful for collection and preservation, for shipment and transport, for retailing and display. EPS provides actually a robust and protective packaging which can reduce logistic damage and the consequent deterioration of food and at the same time able to keep its freshness and nutritional values. According to some studies, fruit and vegetable products, especially in the mass distribution, are subject to packaging damage (on the average, 30 to 45% of more than 80,000 tons of fruits and vegetables packaged in one yean in US proved to be damaged) and for this reason some international research institutes carried out analysis by comparing different types of packaging to optimize the transport of fruit and vegetable products and reduce the relevant bruises. EPS packaging proved to be the best, thus showing that EPS can keep nutritional values of these delicate products. (Studies carried out on apples, pears, grapes, marrows, cucumbers, tomatoes).
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PREMIUM LINSTAR TRAY IS LEADING LIGHT OF EPS RANGE BY LINPAC
pioneering new foam tray developed by leading food packaging manufacturer LINPAC Packaging for meat and fish products can save retailers thousands of Euros each year thanks to its innovative absorbent core. The LINstar EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) tray incorporates a built-in patented high capacity absorbent core to draw unsightly meat juices from view and prevent leaks from the pack, removing the need for separate soaker pads which are found in standard EPS packs and often disliked by consumers. LINPAC Packaging, which has a manufacturing site in Verona and its sister company Infia based in Bertinoro, has developed the unique trays for Italian retailers and food manufacturers looking for lighter, value-added packaging and who want their products to stand out from the competition. Cristiano Madama, Managing Director at LINPAC Verona, said: “Italy has been strongly affected by economic weakness and aging populations both of which have impacted consumer markets across Europe. The high unemployment rate and wavering consumer confidence has resulted in changes in the shopping behaviour of Italian consumers. In response, product and packaging manufacturers need to keep abreast of altering consumer preferences in order to be able to cater to wide-ranging demand.” Despite the challenging economy, the value of the Italian protein sector is forecast to grow by almost 10% between 2013 and 2017, from €13,402m to €14,691m. Market volume is expected to see similar growth, of 12%, during the same period; in 2010 market volume in Italy was 1,837m Kg and by 2017 this is predicted to increase to 2,058m Kg (source: Canadean). Cristiano continued: “Changing con-
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sumer preferences are affecting the packaging industry in varied ways, driving the need for greater innovation and design. Our LINstar trays are at the cutting edge of innovation in EPS. The patented absorbent core locks away meat juices, greatly improving the onshelf appearance of the product and driving up sales. Whilst the premium quality of LINstar commands a higher cost than that of a standard EPS foam tray, we are confident that retailers will reap the benefits of having an efficient packaging solution like LINstar on their shelves and will quickly see a return on their investment.” The LINstar trays were trialled by a leading supermarket retailer in The Netherlands early last year. The cost savings - €50,000 at one store alone – led to the trays being rolled out for use across all its stores in the country. LINstar’s absorbent core significantly improves pack and meat presentation helping to drive sales and reduce the number of packs exceeding their sellby date and wasted. “Consumers want a ‘clean’ pack and are likely to leave those which have blood and other juices visible on the shelf, even if the meat looks juicy and fresh,” said Cristiano. “Packaging manufacturers have been challenged with cutting waste across the whole supply chain – not just packaging waste but food waste too – and the LINstar tray excels in this area. With its lock-away core, the quality and freshness of meat was deemed higher by consumers when it was packed in a LINstar tray compared with other EPS trays. This means the amount of pack price mark downs and loss of sales due to quality issues is greatly reduced.” EPS foam trays are often viewed as a low cost option for in-store packing of goods. However, the associated cost of cleaning down shelving systems
when packs leak as customers search for their preferred cut of meat is often not taken into account. Similarly, the extra costs related to the rewrapping of leaking packs, for example additional films, labels, printing and man hours are overlooked. The revolutionary absorbent core within LINstar trays means retailers will no longer be faced with these issues. The LINstar range delivers all the environmental benefits associated with EPS, making it an ideal choice for retailers and packers who are looking to minimise their carbon footprint and drive up sustainability in their business. Alan Davey, Director of Innovation at LINPAC Packaging, said: “Foamed materials meet all the requirements of modern packaging with regards to the environment and recycling. Given that EPS is 98 per cent air, it is the ultimate low carbon packaging option. It is one of the lightest packaging solutions on the market significantly reducing transportation costs and thus further reducing the carbon footprints of manufacturers and retailers throughout the supply chain.
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MAKRO LABELLING: EVOLVING TECHNOLOGY FOR GREAT NUMBERS.
hanks to excellent results in 2013, the Marmirolo based company of Makro Labelling has further consolidated its position and laid solid foundations for further growth and competitiveness in 2014. Marmirolo, February 2014. A dynamic and rapidly expanding business, a closely knit team with thirty years of experience behind it, an extensive international sales network, a rapid pre-sales and aftersales assistance service, great operational flexibility and an ability to anticipate the needs of a constantly changing market: these are some of the characteristics that in only a few years have established Makro Labelling of Marmirolo as a national and international reference point in industrial labelling for the beverage, food and detergent sectors. Every machine in the companyâ€™s range is known for exceptional modularity and flexibility, and for an ability to label between 1500 and 45,000 bottles per hour, applying up to five label parts per bottle. Makro Labellingâ€™s patented star wheel movement system allows the same machine to process various bottle formats. All machine structural elements are made entirely from stainless steel or are finished with industrial anticorrosion treatments for maximum hygiene and durability over time. Makro Labelling produces nine models of labelling machine: Mak0 to Mak8; four models of labelling unit: Mak AN, AS, AHS1 and AHS2; three models of cold glue unit: Mak G, GHS and GLL; and a new hot melt gluing unit. All Makro Labelling machines are CE marked
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and conform to applicable EU directives Massimo Manzotti, Chairman and Sales Director of Makro Labelling, declares: â€œWe are delighted with the results we achieved in 2013. Despite the dramatic effects of the crisis on the international market, we closed 2013 with a 20% growth in turnover, consolidated our exports which now account for 90% of our business, and made major investments to develop our company, our sales network and our workforce. We shall be using this greater potential to penetrate new markets and continue to grow in 2014. Our vast experience and technical expertise, combined with the creativity and motivation of our people, have been key to success on the road to innovation and growth.â€? In 2013, three new figures were selected to work alongside the five founding shareholders: sales manager Massimo Manzotti, joint production managers Cesare Lavarini and son Luca, electronic engineer Simone Marcantoni, mechanical engineer Marco Bellini, and purchasing and administration manager Stefano Ghizzi. The new additions were Nicola Manzotti, who will work as spare parts
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manager, Silvia Ghizzi, a new assistant sales manager and NiccolĂ˛ Bellini who will join the technical section of the design department. More than a simple growth in numbers this expansion represents real generational change and confirms the solidity and dynamism of Makro Labelling and its commitment to becoming even more competitive, expanding into new markets and maximising company potential.
Makro Labelling is planning to move into new premises half way through 2014. The new plant will occupy 11,000 square metres of land with a factory building of 3000 square metres in Goito, in the province of Mantua, some 15 km from the provincial capital. The new plant will give the company a lot more space to grow and will provide far larger offices and production facilities.
A RANGE OF INNOVATIONS FOR THE DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY YEAR
heegarten-Pactec is showcasing a new unit which groups individual products for secondary packaging and completes any product formation. Defective products are rejected without affecting the grouping operation. The grouping unit buffers any empty cycles until the right number of products for transferring to the secondary wrapping machine has been reached. The company developed this technology for the new generation of the HCW4/ FPC5 packaging machine, which is premiering at the trade fair. Theegarten-Pactec has a total of twelve exhibits at its stand, A21 in hall 4. Visitors to the stand can experience the latest developments in the machine range for the wrapping of small pieced confectionery items. The HCW4 wraps preformed candies in bottom-fold wrap. This style of wrapping is usually combined with secondary packaging. At this yearâ€™s interpack, TheegartenPactec is presenting the FPC5 horizontal flowpack machine, thereby bringing to bear one of the HCW4â€™s new features which enables it to be linked up with continuous-operation wrapping machines such as the FPC5.
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Normally, entire product formations have to be rejected if a single product is found to be defective when it reaches the secondary packaging machine interface, resulting in the loss of perfectly good products. For manufacturers, the HCW4/FPC5 combination means they no longer need to write off any rejects during grouping. Any individual products that are not wrapped or spliced will already have been rejected by the HCW4 during full machine operation. The new solution is based on a machine with three grouping units, each equipped with its own servo motor. The flexibility and capacity of the design serves as a buffer and absorbs any empty cycles. The latest model in the HCW range features a number of other innovations besides. Products are removed from the removal wheel while wrapping materials are fed in there simultaneously. This method of organising the wrapping process minimises the number of transitions, thus ensuring particularly gentle handling of the products. The HCW4 is also a more compact machine than its predecessor and increases the wrapping capacity from 1,300 to 1,500 operating cycles
per minute. Theegarten-Pactec is also bringing its CWM2 wrapping machine for chocolate products to interpack. Compared with the previous model, this one provides a much higher level of user accessibility. As before the model update, this wrapping machine offers a variety of different wrapping styles. The improved ergonomics make it quicker to change between wrapping styles and formats, while also making them more reproducible. At the exhibition stand, a CWM2 wraps dome shaped products in top twist style. A gondola storage system feeds the machine. Another CWM2 wraps Neapolitans in envelope fold. Theegarten-Pactec offers manufacturers twenty wrapping styles across its machine portfolio. One of them, vienna-fruit fold, is being showcased with two new capacity figures. The maximum operating speed is now up from 400 to 800 products per minute. The rise has been made possible because the MCC wrapping machine is set up to facilitate vienna-fruit fold wrapping.
The MCC is the first continuous-operation machine to offer vienna-fruit fold wrapping. At interpack, Theegarten-Pactec and LoeschPack are again demonstrating their expertise as system suppliers for confectionery wrapping. The FPC5/280 horizontal flowpack machine from Theegarten-Pactec wraps chocolate bars in flow packs before transferring the products to an LTM-K from LoeschPack, which adds secondary packaging in the form of individual cardboard boxes. A classic in the field of forming, cutting and wrapping machines that has had a substantial market
impact over many decades is the U machine range. Theegarten-Pactec is displaying the U1-DCW at this year’s interpack, boasting a new operating speed up from 1,600 to 2,000 articles per minute. The U machine range premiered at the fifth interpack in 1969. It was originally developed by Rose-Theegarten in Cologne. Having been established by Justus and Franz Theegarten in 1934, the year 2014 marks the 80th anniversary of Rose-Theegarten’s foundation. Twenty years ago their successors acquired Dresden-based company Pactec, which belonged to the GDR’s sta-
te-owned combine Nagema prior to German reunification. The long tradition of this part of the company’s history is also represented at the exhibition stand: the EK4 wraps preformed candies in double twist wrap and remains unparalleled to this day with its 2,300 operating cycles per minute. An EK1 is also on display as an example of the company’s retrofitting service. The first EK1 was showcased by Nagema in 1981.
MAGAZINES FOCUSING ON FOOD&BEVERAGE TECHNOLOGIES
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PIGO: FROM EXPANSION IN THE AMERICAN MARKET TO TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS The industry-leading company presents its technological innovations and projects for the upcoming year
n this issue we present some of the innovations by Pigo, world-wide leader in designing and manufacturing equipment and machines for fruit and vegetable production. There are three main news items: Pigo’s expansion in the American market; the development of new machines; and the improvement of cutting-edge machines, the Pitting Machine PG 103, and Easy Freeze. We are also publishing the company’s updated trade show calendar.
EXPANSION IN THE AMERICAN MARKET Pigo plans to further expand in the American market. The objective for 2014 will be two-fold: to confirm its
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solid presence in North America and Canada, culminating with registration in the NWFPA (North West Food Processors Association) and the FPSA (Food Processing Suppliers Association); and to win over the rest of the United States. Pigo was present in the major trade shows in the U.S., particularly the Chicago Process Expo from November 3-6; in Michigan for the Great Lakes Fruit Expo, December 10-12; and finally, it will be present in Portland for the 2014 Expo, January 12-14.
THE NEW MACHINES; INNOVATION IN CUSTOMER SERVICE Pigo has developed new machines such as:
EASY Dry SPYRO, the best solution for drying various products. With similar construction, Easy Dry SPYRO offers the same advantages as Easy Freeze SPYRO in terms of hygiene, ease of use, and energy efficiency. WASHING MACHINE PG 018, is the new washer for fruits and vegetables with an innovative system of nozzles, valves, and filters. CAULIFLOWER MACHINE PG 415, separates pieces of cauliflower, cutting at the base.
EVOLUTION THROUGH IMPROVEMENT Always looking to improve its equipment, Pigo has even invested in innovating its cutting-edge ma-
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chines: A centralized lubricating system was installed on the PITTING MACHINE PG 103, which allows for fast, perfect lubrication. A new, fast and effective automatic-wash system was installed on the EASY Freeze, allowing for a quick,thorough wash. The innovative centralized lubricating system was also installed here.
NEW TRADE SHOWS SCHEDULED Pigo was present in the major trade shows in the U.S., particularly the Chicago Process Expo from November 3-6; in Michigan for the Great Lakes Fruit Expo, December 10-12; and in Portland for the 2014 Expo, January 12- 14. This is the opinion they have in Pigo after the last exhibitions: “After a great success and a very profitable experience at Fruit Logistica in Berlin, and after our first time at the CFIA Rennes, we continue with an
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important presence as a member of the Sacramento CFPL Process Expo and as a member of the AFFI-AFFI San Diego. These memberships confirm our new success in the U.S. market, and then we will continue with our presence at Aahar International Fair in Delhi (10-14 March) and SEAFOOD PROCESSING BRUSSELS (2014). The well-known Fruitlogistica was challenging but profitable for us, like
never before. The success and participation we had this year is much higher than the one we have ever had in all the years that we attended. It’s a great satisfaction and we had many impressions. Then we exhibited in Rennes for the first time and it was a pleasure to be present for the first time in this area. It was a overwhelmingly positive experience that we hope to repeat in the next years.”
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INDUSTRIE FRACCHIOLLA: INVOLVED IN CONTINUOUS RESEARCH OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
ndustrie Fracchiolla srl is proud to show successful plants and machinery, developed by the thirty-year experience of its staff: qualified professionals involved in continuous research of new technologies. High quality products for must fermentation, stabilization of wine, tanks for food & beverage able to match hardiness, functionality and design in the best way, guarantee maximum customer satisfaction. Latest manufacturing techniques, care for details and product reliability are some of the factors that made Industrie Fracchiolla famous worldwide.
OIL – designs and manufactures: Storage tanks with heating coils inside, underground tank coverings in stainless steel. We install tanks on site
FOOD AND BEVERAGE – designs and manufactures: Aseptic storage tanks for vegetables and fruit juice, tanks with mixers to mix products like sweetened syrup, jams, dairy products, concentrates and alcohol beverages; Completely insulated Fermenters with cooling jackets for beer, alcoholic and soft drinks.
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PASSION, INTERNATIONALISM, RESEARCH AND SUBSTANCE INDUSTRIE FRACCHIOLLA S.r.l., ISO 9001/2008 certified, is a leading company in Italy as well a well-established International reality, specialized in design and manufacturing of process equipment for: CHEMICALPHARMACEUTICAL AND FOOD INDUSTRY: Storage and Process Tanks: Beer fermenters, crystallizers, dissolution vessels, heated and refrigerated mixing tanks, for any capac ity, for pasty, liquid, semi-.liquid, granulated products and powder products. For over 40 years, passion, in ternationalism, research and sub stance have been the pillars on which the company has built its success. Industrie Fracchiolla is masterly managed and can count on: Manpower
consisting of 100 employees; 20.000 m² industrial facility; Fleet of machines consisting of 40 vehicles and 4truck cranes; Comprehensive range of tech nologically advanced machines; The Company is run by the three Fracchiolla brothers and their sons, who are strongly motivated to develop their family business. Prompt and timely response to all customers’ urgent requirements are the company’s top- priority matters, possible thanks to an efficient and qualified technical assistance assuring maintenance also during holi days. Latest processing techniques, care for details and product reliability are some of factors that made “ INDUSTRIE FRACCHIOLLA S.r.l.” worldwide famous and also a continuous increase of export.
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SEASONER/HOLDER CABINET GENERAL FEATURES Monocoque built with inside and outside finishing in AISI 304 18/10 stainless steel (Scotch-Brite satin finish) Outside back and bottom in zinc-plated steel Printed inside bottom Insulating thickness of 60mm in polyurethane without HCFC with approx. 42 kg/m3 density Evaporating copper coil with aluminium grilles that protect against corrosion with non toxic coating Condensing iron painted coil with high thermal yield Adjustment of relative humidity (RH%) through appropriate probe and steam generator Air change through automatic and timed by control extractor fan Anti condensate resistance on door frame Magnetic gasket on four sides and counter-magnet on the gasket ledge AISI 304 18/10 Stainless steel door (Scotch-Brite satin finish) Self closing door with opening block at 100° Full height ergonomic knob Stainless steel Ø 2” adjustable feet H 150÷180mm
Forced and controlled ventilation cooling system to guarantee maximum efficiency and uniformity of the generated microclimate in the whole cell Automatic defrosting cycles for energy saving Evaporation system of the defrosting water with overheated gas and thermostat electric resistance The evaporation of the defrosting water for the pre-arranged versions, happens through thermostat electric resistance CoMMANDS, controlS AND SAFETY DEVICES 10 programmes with n.6 phases each to check temperature, humidity, time Control able to maintain the correct degree of humidity inside the cell from 30÷95% of RH Micro processor control equipped with cell probe, evaporator probe, condenser probe and RH% probe for the complete monitoring of the Seasoner good functioning
Intelligent electrical defrosting (activates only if necessary for frozen evaporator) Compressor with automatic re-arm Thermal Protection against overheating or burning Evaporator fan automatic stop when door is opened Alarms signal: HACCP, Door Open, Faulty defrosting, Dirty condenser, Black-out HACCP The new control is in compliance with the most severe HACCP Standards, memorising and signalling high and low temperature alarms, both on board and remotely The alarms and functioning data can be displayed on a PC through Software and infrared Remote Control VersionS / AccessoriES (OPTIONALS) Water condensation Pre-arranged with remote condensing group Right/left door inversion kit Wheels kit
INTERNAL SET-UP AISI 304 18/10 Stainless steel uprights and guides, removable without the use of tools for easy cleaning 12 Meat hangers adjustable on “C” guides (4 x shelf) suitable for hanging cured meats REFRIGERANT UNIT Electrical connection with Schuko 230V1Ph-50Hz plug Water Load connection pre-arranged with .” M fitting Roof top monoblock plant to allow to use the entire refrigerated volume (no max load line) Refrigerated monoblock removable from the top for simple and easy maintenance or replacement Refrigerated liquid R134a
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Alloows use of 10 different seasoning climate controls, each one programmable with 6 different microclimates to obtain the following phases: › stifling › drying › seasoning › holding
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CAP REFORM: DAIRY INDUSTRY FAVOURS INTERVENTION PURCHASING SYSTEM AS PART OF AN EFFECTIVE AND COST NEUTRAL SAFETY NET
In view of the current ‘trilogue’ discussions, the European dairy industry puts forward an effective safety net as an alternative to any form of supply management. This safety net should primarily operate through an intervention purchasing system, which has already proved itself to be effective and cost neutral to the EU budget in the past. EDA urges therefore the negotiators in the trilogue to make the appropriate modifications to the safety net to make this a viable measure against extreme price volatility.
n several occasions, the European Dairy Association (EDA) has voiced serious concerns about proposals for supply management in times of crisis by the EU in the dairy sector. The European dairy industry is not in favour of such measures for a number of reasons: first of all, it will not result in the desired price effect and second, it would primarily assist other, non-European, countries to profit from the growth in world market demand. There are also important concerns with regards to the efficiency, competitiveness, investment, budget, timeliness and administration of such a system. Yet freely operating markets are inherently volatile, and can cause needless destruction to productive potential. As there are no valuable private sector solutions in place yet, the EU should play a continued role in market management until these solutions become available.
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EDA is of the opinion that the provision of an effective safety net, primarily through the operation of an intervention purchasing system, would be a more effective means of addressing price volatility than supply management. Intervention purchasing has proven to be effective in 2009 in placing a floor in the market. It has also shown itself to be cost neutral to the EU budget. Concretely, the European dairy industry is asking policy makers to, as a part of the CAP reform, expand
and modify rules governing the use of intervention to: › Ensure that support prices can be adjusted to take into account relevant factors › Reassure the market that intervention will not be exploited to create artificially high support prices. This system would not prejudice the ability of the Commission to take action in response to emergency situations. Also, an appropriate intervention support price for the future would need to be determined by the Commission via exhaustive econometric analysis. “We feel that supporting and strengthening the safety net will equip the EU with a cost effective instrument for addressing price volatility whilst still giving all stakeholders confidence to expand and take advantage of the growing global demand for high quality dairy products,” concludes Joop Kleibeuker, SecretaryGeneral of EDA.
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SGORBATI GROUP: GROWTH THROUGH INNOVATION
hirty-year of experience gained through daily contacts with farmers and processing companies operating in the preparation of vegetables and fruit: these are the conditions that have made Sgorbati Group a firm believer that a comprehensive line of processing can not be made up by machinery and equipment of a single manufacturer. There are so many variables and elements involved in a production cycle, that every manufacturer tends to specialize in one of the phases that compose it. This is in order not to dilute their experiences and resources in achieving those levels of absolute performance and reliability that the market currently demands. In view of these considerations, Sgorbati Group was established
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to combine experience and relationships with market leading partners, providing technical advice needed to identify the best equipment for each job, and supplying such equipment complete with the necessary links to compose a perfectly integrated and efficient system. Whatever the product to work and the state in which it is to be reduced at the end of processing (cooked, raw, frozen, whole, sliced, in form of sauce or preserve ...), Sgorbati Group, thanks to the freedom from any production constraints, ensures the achievement of all the targets set by the customer, both from operational and economical stand point. To find out how our innovation can help your growth, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT FOR FOOD STORAGE AND FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES
n the space of just 10 years the Italian-based cooling devices manufacturer Zanotti group has more than doubled annual profits, thanks to a successful business plan which was introduced right after the company’s privatisation in 2002. Today the group is ready to exploit the full potential of new markets by extending its international influence as a global player. The Zanotti group designs, develops, manufactures and tests refrigeration equipment for food storage and for industrial purposes, including cooling devices for transporting foodstuff. As a world
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leader in the production of air treatment and cooling solutions, the Italian company puts its success down to a number of key factors, including technological improvement and the introduction of customisable solutions for the needs of each customer. One of the company’s key tactics has been to find the best practical application for our cooling devices. It is very important in the refrigeration sector to meet the particular needs of each customer, and, since we mainly work with food makers, this principle is even more important for our company. Technological research is another strong points.
With over 50 years of specialist experience, ZANOTTI is proud to say that its know-how is reflected in products and everything Zanotti produces. The firm was founded as a familyowned company in 1962. From the very beginning the group has developed its potential as a leader in the field of refrigeration, by introducing new and revolutionary solutions such as, for example, the so-called ‘uniblock’ – a completely self-contained and ready-to-use cooling device for small environments. The company soon began to specialise in the production of domestic and non-domestic refrigeration devices
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for food preservation, and in the meantime its refrigerating systems became bigger and bigger so as to meet the increasing demand of industries. During the 1990s, this trend led to the creation of big multicompressor plants to meet the needs of large-scale retail trade. In the same period, Zanotti also introduced a new line of products for transports – the so-called ‘transblock’. In the past tenth years, the Italian company has seen enormous growth. Today it employs 650 people distributed over eight plants located all around the world. Many things have changed since 2000. Zanotti has become a public company, and the new management has introduced a revolutionary business plan. Thanks to this new plan, the company’s development process has accelerated: for instance, in 2002 our annual turnover was only €30 million, but in 2012 it had reached € 106 million.
Fixed and transport devices It is particularly important for the Zanotti group to offer its customers only the best solutions in terms of quality. That’s way the company has been certified according to the ISO 9001 standard since 1996. Moreover, every single product manufactured by Zanotti in each part of the world is certified according to local parameters for quality, such as the CE parameters in the European countries and the UL parameters in
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the US. Under the name of KING of COLD, Zanotti produces and develops refrigerating units to cover the needs of small, medium and large-sized cooling necessities, as well as transport refrigeration. The cooling devices made by the Italian company can be subdivided
The key factor is investing in research that’s because in this sector it’s not important how powerful or well-balanced the cooling device is, but how much the device meets the customer’s requirements. In more than 50 years of activity Zanotti has developed a sort of ‘applied knowhow’ for its products. This has only
into two categories: fixed and transport devices. The first category includes uniblocks, multicompressor plants, condensing units, racks and refrigeration devices for food preservation, while the other category includes diesel uniblocks, battery drive split units and others especially designed for trailer devices for the medium to long distance transportation of food. Up to 10 years ago Zanotti only manufactured fixed devices; then Zanotti decided it was time to diversify and started to make transport devices as well. In hindsight, the decision was very wise. Today, in fact, the two lines of production are equally important for the group, since their growth rate is just the same. Moreover, transport devices were the natural completion of what we call ‘the chain of cold’, which includes all kinds of cooling devices from the initial storage process to the final transport itself. Zanotti is proud to give its customers the possibility to choose the cooling devices that mostly meet their needs. And this is definitely its most exclusive feature. So, customer care is an essential feature to Zanotti.
been made possible by the continuous investments in research and development. The R&D Department is big and well-organised and takes care of company’s applied technological improvement. Companies from the Zanotti Group are designing and manufacturing systems for ice rinks, such as the ones in Courmayeur, Italy or in the Arena of Minsk, Belarus.
An international concern Zanotti’s plants are not only located in Italy. Apart from our two plants in Italy, which include the head office, Zanotti has a very important facility in Germany and a number of new plants located all around the world. More precisely, in the past two years Zanotti has built four new production plants owing to the fact that the output has increased a lot since 2002. The plants are located in the UK, in Spain, in China and in Brazil. This is just the production sites; the international sales network is much wider. In fact, Zanotti’s sales chain covers something like 70 countries worldwide. Zanotti is currently exporting 86 per cent of its production,
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which means that foreign markets are fundamental to the company economic growth. The presence in the European markets is strong, since Zanotti has sales points almost everywhere in Europe.
Green alternative to traditional refrigeration system The know-how Zanotti acquired over 50 years also concerns the environmental aspects involved since the products are developed to provide low energy consumptions and reduced noise levels; as to meet the current technological trends that aim to contain greenhouse gas emissions. In compliance with the international standards on global warning, as the Protocol stipulated in the Japanese city of Kyoto on December 11, 1997, by more than 180 countries at the COP3 conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changes (UNFCCC) and which became effective in 2005, Zanotti implemented major changes to the manufacture its products. Currently, Zanotti produces units operating with ecological gases such as
propane, propylene, ammonia and CO2. These units are widely used in all sectors of the food industry. Zanotti will continue to invest large sums of money every year to research new technologies that can reduce the amount of harmful emissions released into the atmosphere. Under the energy saving concept, was created the BESTCOPÂŽ technology. It is applied on the motorized condensing units that are manufactured by Zanotti to improve the efficiency and energy consumption levels of the cooling equipment. This basically can be translated into energy savings (from 15 to 20% depending on the different environmental conditions). Zanotti Spa developed the first Italian magnetic cooling at room temperature prototype, the only one of its kind worldwide, in collaboration with the TEC division of the Mechanical Engineering, Energetic, Production, Transportation and Mathematical Models Dept. (DIME) of the University of Genoa. This enabled Zanotti to acquire the basic elements needed to achieve this technology and to apply it by im-
plementing a one of a kind cooling unit. This innovative achievement represents the foundation for the potential engineering development of the product in the future; always seeking better performances and applications that are competitive on the market. The attention devoted to customers and the flexibility of the products are essential characteristics for Zanotti: investing in Research and Development to better meet customer demand by providing more convenient solutions in terms of energy savings and reliability of use is a priority.
ZANOTTI FLIGHT EMIRATES
ANOTTI Spa, which has been operating in the industrial refrigeration field for 50 years, was recently chosen to become a partner of Emirates Flight Catering, a company of the Emirates Group, to implement the refrigeration system at their facilities in Dubai International Airport. Emirates Airlines, a renowned national airline company of the UAE, was awarded the best airline company worldwide in 2013 at the World Airline Awards 2013 (source SkyTrax Airline of the Year). The contract, worth approximately 21 million dollars, was stipulated to implement the new Catering production of Dubai International Ai-
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rport and increase daily production to total 260,000 meals that will be distributed on board Emirates flights for Economy, Business and First Class. This will become the biggest and most modern structure of this kind worldwide and, therefore requires highly reliable systems, top-notch final touches and strict hygienic conditions with regards to the equipment. The German company IO-Consultants designed the layout of the facilities, which stretches over an area of about 68,000 square meters, and Zanotti will supply the whole refrigeration system on turnkey basis. The extensiveness of the work that needs to be implemented
for the refrigeration system includes: 103 cold rooms, 100 blast chillers, 16 ice makers for a capacity of 32,000 kg a day, one spiral chiller and plenty of other appliances. ZANOTTI Spa will need about 2 years for the design and implementation of this system that will become operative in 2016 to cope with the needs of logistic support of the increasing number of new aircrafts, including Airbus A380. ZANOTTI Spa is very proud to have won this contract and to have been chosen out of the best global competitors. This affirms itâ€™s a reliable company that is able to provide suitable guarantees to guarantees to a giant like Emirates Airlines.
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EQUIPMENT FOR THE DAIRY INDUSTRY AND FOR SOFT DRINKS, JUICES AND BEVERAGES
ietribiasi Michelangelo was established between the end 1960 and the beginning of the next decade. From the beginning the family-run company specialized in the construction of equipment for the dairy industry and developed later into the field of soft drinks, juices and beverages in general. Today the Pietribiasi name is among the more well-known in the dairy and beverages sector and the company is internationally acknowledged, particularly in the realisation of “turn-key” projects, and in the specific processing sectors, such as production of cheeses, pasteurisation and packaging ones. Looking more closely at the company’s product ranges, the Pietribiasi division covers the research, project design and supply of complete systems for the process of milk (HTST – HHTST – ESL – UHT), cream – fermented products from milk process (yoghurts in the various known versions, sour cream, Smetana, kefir, leben, etc.), fresh soft cheeses, as well semi and hard cheeses, “pasta filata-pizza cheese” (such as mozzarella, kashkaval, etc.) and other products processed from cow – sheep and goat milks. In this field the company has a wide experience and can cover all equipment needs from small to bigger plants for the production of: pasteurized drinking milk, yoghurt, different kinds of cheese, butter, etc. Pietribiasi designs and produces plate and tubular heat exchanger for pasteurization and thermal treatment (cooling and/or heating) of different liquid foods (milk, cream, ice-cream mix, fruit juice, eggs mixture, beer, wine and many others).
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In the beverage field, the range includes pre-mix units, sugar dissolving systems, filters, mixing and storage tanks as well as of course the complete thermal treatment up to the filling. These kinds of plants are “tailor-made” and designed according to customer’s specific demands. The company is also renowned and appreciated for following products: Batch pasteurizers; discontinuous cream pasteurizers; butter churns (available in a wide range of models from 20 L to 3000 L total capacity); semi-automatic butter forming machines. Its fifty-year experience in the food-stuff field, its long lasting cooperation with many European organisations and companies, the specialised knowledge in these processing fields, equipment and technologies, skilled
1. Example of flash pasteurization line, capacity 5.000 L milk/h, composed by constant level tank, centrifugal pump, flow meter group, plate heat exchanger, holding pipe, flow diversion, hot water group, stainless steel control panel, complete of self cleaning separator, homogenizer, round insulated holding pipe 2. Ripening/fermentation tank for yoghurt, cream, kefir, etc.
level of staff operating in Pietribiasi, a flexible and friendly management and lead of company by ownership, are the powerful basis of the success of Michelangelo Pietribiasi company.
Insulated mixing tank with hot/ice water circulation, complete of hot water preparation group, stainless steel control panel, on base frame 3. Example of UHT plant for the high temperature processing of liquid food for long shelf life, in this case for fruit juice with pulp; complete of degassing unit/deodorizer, control panel with PLC control – TUBULAR VERSION
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INNOVATION: CUSTOMIZED SOLUTIONS & PROJECT IN SORTING EQUIPMENT Over 20 years old, Italian sorting equipment company Protec has made its mark worldwide. With Its research and development department at its core, the company continues to innovate, by his President & Owner Mr. Luigi Sandei
bsolute safety Protec Sorting Equipment’s technological commitment is imbued in efficient machines offering many advantages. The company Protec was founded in 1990 and has become a leader in the design and production of dual-vision sorting machines for the food industry. Protec has always invested in ideas and resources and the over 3000 plants installed worldwide are evi-
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dence of the company’s thorough and targeted managerial policy, which aims to have a team of professional people whose main target is offering their customers reliable, accurate and efficient solutions. The company’s technological commitment can be found in a machine called Duett, which is the first dualvision sorting machine for fresh salads proposed by Protec; it enables examining produce on either sides, indicating defects or foreign
bodies. In addition to this, some cameras and an exclusive visual and fluorescent lighting system allows identifying the chlorophyll that all vegetables usually have. Polluting agents, such as plastic, paper, cardboard and insects as well, can be easily kept apart. The particular configuration of the inclined conveyor belt enables separating defective produce by means of air jets. The visual system makes use of the most up-to-date electro-
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nic technology and exclusive software for processing images. Duett can be easily put in production lines because not only is it waterproof but also resistant to the usual cleansing sanification products. Protec has always focused on technological innovation and the investments of the past years have enabled the companyâ€™s team of engineers and designers to perfect this new technology at one of the most important European producers of IV range produce. To this regard, it is worth of special mention the fact that in addition to being a leading company on the market, Protec is also leader in tomato sorting, and in the past years it has developed high technology for IV range products, such as ready salads, corn, peas, and more. In addition to tomatoes, it is now possible to sort whole fruit, tomato and fruit pulp, extrusions, purees, jams, leaf vegetables (fresh or dehydrated), legumes, diced fruit and potatoes (in almost every form). As a result, a simple product such as a tin of peas or a pot of jam, which people buy everyday, embodies a high-level technology aimed at achieving the highest quality, the one that Protec has always targeted UVA. Protec is happy to present the X-TRI line, optical ari-jet sorter for winemaking grapes. The development is the result of efficient investment. Protec, a company which has been active since
Sorter for whole tomatoes, fruit, potatoes and vegetables.
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Optical Air-jet sorter for winemaking grapes.
1990 in the sector for optically sensing sorters. The x-tri line consists of a destemmer, a vibrating mat for even distribution and an optical unit. Belt elevators may be needed to connect between different levels. How x-tri functions: the fruit exiting the destemmer is distributed on the vibrating mat, in preparation for feeding the optical unit. The optical sensor recognises the different defects (stalks, leaves, leaf stems, insects and foreign matter) and expels them using a jet of air. The good produce is discharged directly for subsequent processing
Air ejection sorter with 2 or 4 vision cameras system for fresh vegetables, fresh-cut and fruit dices. Inspects the product on both sides.
into the pressing unit. The optical system also makes it possible to recognise less ripe fruit (having a different colour), which can also be expelled along with the other defects. The defects to be rejected can be programmed using a touch screen. The x-tri line can handle up to approximately 15 t/hr of grapes. The capacity depends on a number of factors, such as the type of grape, the degree of ripeness, the number of defects, etc. For more information, please to contact: Mr. Rocco Sandei (sales manager) r.sandei@ protec-italy.com
Suction ejection sorter with 1 to 4 cameras for pulps, compotes, liquids, for tomatoes and fruits. Special citrus version.
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DAIRY TECHNOLOGIES Dairy production - seamlessly integrated, universally successful Seamless interaction of dairy production-related processes is vital to successful operations. We can provide you with complete dairy technology solutions to meet your production requirements - from milk reception to finished goods, from field level to the ERP level. This breadth of dairy production expertise ensures that your dairy workflow achieves perfect quality with increased flexibility and at reduced costs
Efficient dairy operations with sophisticated engineering tools Our SIMATIC PCS 7 process control system provides advanced engineering tools for dairies and cheese makers that allow you to meet all technological requirements of the dairy process. In addition to standard functions, our tools handle dairy industry-specific functions in an
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extremely efficient manner -Â ranging from raw material reception through finished products. See for yourself the benefits you can gain from the PCS 7 with Dairy Functional Toolset tailored specifically to dairy operations, and the Advanced Process Functions (APF) engineering tool, a cross-industry functional enhancement. The integrated process control system specifically for your industry The SIMATIC PCS 7 and the dairyspecific software concept let you carry out all the standard functions of dairy operations efficiently and throughout the complete process.
Safe material transfer The Process Line Manager works on a job-specific basis. Therefore, this manager ensures that material transfers reach their goals safely and at the correct quality level. The individual jobs - recirculation, heating/ cooling or mixing, for exampleÂ - can
be entered manually or run automatically using the SIMATIC PCS 7 recipe archive or a host system. In order to ensure a reliable process, an internal plausibility check is carried out before the start of the job (1.) with the Tank Manager for the source and target tank, (2.) with the Pipe Module and optionally (3.) with the Route Control System. If the Process Line Manager receives the go-ahead, it assigns a unique batch ID for all tanks and valves that are involved (to ensure efficient product traceability) and transfers all order-related data to the archive manager. These procedures conducted by the Process Line Manager ensure the process is reliable and provides support for efficient tracing. Reliable tank management The Tank Manager module of SIMATIC PCS 7 with Dairy Functional Toolset works closely with the Process Line Manager and our SIMATIC IT Unilab laboratory information mana-
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gement system. Together they monitor all the specifics relating to tanks and mixers – physical parameters, contents, all releases,relevant status information And CIP requirements. Traceable material movements The Archive Manager for SIMATIC PCS 7 with Dairy Functional Toolset records each individual material movement within the systems. When a transfer begins, all relevant information about the source - starting time, quantity reference value or destination - is stored in the user archive. At the end, the finishing time, quantity required and status are also stored. The process visualization allows monitoring and tracking of the corresponding material movements at all times. Host IT systems can also use the interfaces of SIMATIC PCS 7 to access this data. The same quality worldwide If you want to bring innovative products to the market more quickly, then you must ensure consistent product specifications worldwide and at all times. The Interspec module acts as a complete product specification database for the company as a whole and creates ideal prerequisites for intelligent Product Lifecycle Management. It also enables product specifications to be exchanged and standardized on a global basis.
Everything for the dairy industry Milk quality is tested and sorted; the milk undergoes a gentle treatment and an equally gentle transport process; then intermediate products are prepared for possible further processing. And of course, quality is guaranteed at every stage. We supply you with the appropriate range of automation products, systems and solutions for all processing steps.
Achieving goals with perfectly coordinated processes Whether it’s milk, cream, butter, soured milk and yogurt, cream cheese and rennet cheese or concen-
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trates and powders, you have to coordinate a large number of process steps en route to the end product. These include heating and cooling, adding cultures, homogenizing and fermenting. You also have to meet numerous simultaneous requirements, which include safe product quality, production optimization, and efficient process line utilization. Throughout all of these responsibilities, we will be there to support you with our solutions that help you achieve your goals safely. Our SIMATIC PCS 7 process control system and software tools with predefined functions provide you with processes that seamlessly integrate and operate economically. MES solutions also use dairy-specific engineering tools and support you with process expertise requiring minimal engineering effort. Further modules complete the range of offerings from high-speed local area networks to high-end process instrumentation. These allow us to provide you with solutions using optimally coordinated components, and allow you to react perfectly to unanticipated incidents and deal efficiently with all production challenges.
Flexible cleaning-in-place (CIP) system for perfectly clean dairy operations Hygiene and cleanliness are absolutely essential for ensuring your dairy products only contain what they should - and this applies throughout the entire production chain. We have the perfect answer to this challenge with our solution for your CIP system automation. Since CIP systems often vary greatly in practice, our flexible CIP system is a standardized software solution that supports easy creation of individual cleaning programs, automatic implementation, and flexible changes as needed. Your operations staff can define relevant program sequences quickly and
easily, and without any programming knowledge. Cleaning types that are typical for dairies and cheese makers are stored in the Online Engineering Tool, enabling quick processing during operation. This added benefit pays off throughout the complete life cycle of your CIP system for dairy. With precise dosing and capabilty for continuous optimization, a flexible CIP system will achieve optimal cleaning and disinfection while saving time and minimizing consumption of cleaning materials. These capabilities are integrated into Siemens SIMATIC PCS 7 system, which means our flexible CIP system for dairy can deliver significant cost savings of between 20 and 30%.
Cut costs with Optimized Packaging Line The filling plant and packaging department represent high cost factors on the path to ready-to-deliver dairy packaging. This results from heterogeneous and isolated solutions. We offer an efficient alternative with our Optimized Packaging Line, the integrated automation solution for dairy filling and packaging lines and machines. The Siemens Optimized Packaging Line integrates filling and packaging systems in a common automation and communication standard. Our packaging standardization and integration of individual machines delivers cost- and energy-savings throughout the entire production line. Integration risks are lower and allow the use of scalable production data acquisition and evaluation systems from Optimized Packaging Line like line overview, diagnostics, OEE, tracking and tracing, and energy recording and management. Moreover, the costs of training, operation, and servicing can be reduced significantly with Optimized Packaging Line. Additionally, dairy packaging line efficiency, productivity, and availability during operation are all noticeably improved.
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CHILLED NFC JUICES: THE BERTUZZI APPROACH
he market of fruit juice is developing quite rapidly and the share of NFC juices is considerably increasing because of their high quality. In Europe and the US (but also in whole world) 100% juice (not from concentrate) category is showing a strong growth potential. Of particular importance, in this sector, are the chilled juice, fruit juices that are prepared directly from the fresh fruit and then are just chilled and filled or slightly pasteurized and chilled in order to retain all organolectic characteristics. The majority of the chilled juice found in the shops shelfs is based on orange but other varieties like pineapple, grapefruit, carrots as well as blends (orange-carrot, orangepineapple, carrot-lemon-pineapple etc.) are becoming more and more popular. The main hints for the design of a plant processing fresh fruit into chilled juices are: Optimization of flow of fruit/juice Optimization of characteristics of process equipment Optimization of processing cycles in order to: 1. Decrease processing times 2. Minimize oxidation of the juice 3. Keep high organolectic characteristics Optimize CIP system to control the
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microbiology of the juice. Some of the machines used for the application are dedicated for a certain type of fruit, for istance: Dedicated citrus juice extractors (orange, lemons, grapefruit), in order to minimize the essential oil content in the juice and assure a good control of the pulp. Deshellers and dedicated presses for pomegranate to produce cloudy or clear juice which importance is considerably increasing for the beneficial health characteristics. Dedicated pineapple juicing in order to obtain high quality juice only from the edible part of the fruit without contamination with the peel. These are some examples but few. Extractors for juice/puree can be provided for apples, carrots, pears, passion fruit, banana, beets, mango, spinach, asparagus, berries, hawthorns, guava etc. The obtained juice is immediately (blended or not) slightly pasteurized (65-70°C) and chilled before filling. All these examples of equipment have been designed, built and put in operation by Bertuzzi Food Processing Srl, an Italian Company that operates in this field since 1936 and that supplies plants and machines to process fruit and vegetables to produce juice, concentrates, baby food, jam, readymade drinks etc…
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FROM TECNINOX INNOVATIVE PASTEURISER FOR BEER AND FILLING MACHINE FOR JARS AND CANS
asteuriser for beer
Since 1975 Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & c. s.n.c. has been building machines for the food and beverage industry, as well as the pasteuriser for beer, and is willing to examine any customerâ€™s enquiry and request of supply. Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & C. SNC plants and pasteurisers for beer are built according to the latest manufacturing technologies and are used for the beer heating processing and the pasteurisation lines in full bottles or cans. The strength of Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & C. SNC is in heat treatment. Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & C. SNC builds single machines and complete lines. The Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & C.
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SNC machines are built entirely of stainless steel and are made to the customersâ€™ requirements. At the basis of the Tecninox di Aldo Namaziano & C. SNC work is the great production flexibility, combined with a high degree of professionalism in order to offer the most advanced technology in realising pasteurisers for beer.
INFORMATION: Main production range: Machines for food and beverage industry. Additional production range: Machineries for tomato processing; machines for fruit processing; ma-
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chines for jam processing; machine to process vegetables, mushrooms, vegetables with oil or vinegar pickle; pasteurisers for beer â€“ cooling tunnels for any type of container and product; pasteurisers â€“ tunnel coolers for beer and beverage; static sterilizers for any type of container and product; batch evaporators; cooking vessels; autoclaves; cutters; cooker for snails and other food products, autoclaves, line-
ar filling stations, linear filling stations by water rain, circular and volumetric fillers.
Filling machine Filling machine for jars and cans, suitable for filling with small tomatoes, calibrated cucumbers, fruit and vegetables both whole and cubed. Built entirely of stainless steel AISI 304, the machine is made up of:
Receiving tank built with a feed elevator of the vibrating hopper, controlled by a speed-change drive unit. Vibrating hopper for distributing the product in the containers, controlled by a speed-change drive unit. V-belt transporter that transfers the containers under the vibrating hopper, controlled by a speed-change drive unit, equipped with a vibration device for settling the product in the containers. Recovery system of product overflowing the containers, sending it back to the receiving tank in a privileged area to aid priority intake in the containers, controlled by a geared motor. Electric control panel in a stainless steel AISI 304 box with low voltage controls. Format change is extremely easy, with no need for equipment changeover. The machine can be adjusted for all allowed formats, therefore does not need extra equipment.
Technical charateristics Electrical power installed: 2 kW
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INTERNATIONAL FOODTEC BRASIL IN AN EXCELLENT POSITION, SIX MONTHS BEFORE THE PREMIERE
wo thirds of the floor space is occupied after expiry of the Early Bird - top players in the sector have already registered Text. Six months before the start of the trade fair, the outlook is extremely promising for International FoodTec Brasil, which is celebrating its premiere from 5 to 7 August 2014 in Curitiba, Brazil. Upon expiry of the early booker period, two thirds of the floor space has been let for the Food Technology trade fair, organised by Koelnmesse in cooperation with Hannover Fairs Sulamérica (HFSA). The big names in the sector have already announced their participation. Recent registrations include, among others, Cabinplant (Denmark), CSB-System (Germany), Dixie Toga / Bemis Company (Brazil / USA), Ishida (Japan), Marel (Iceland) and Seydelmann (Germany). International FoodTec Brasil
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is a new information and business platform for the industry in Brazil, one of the most important sales markets, and offers a comprehensive overview of machines and processes for the production, processing and packaging of food that are available on the national and international market. Its position as leading international trade fair for the food technology sector in Brazil highlights the trade fair even before it begins. Almost 50 exhibitors from twelve countries have registered at present. Furthermore, pavilions are planned for the USA, Turkey and Italy. “The international sector is eagerly awaiting the trade fair. With new registrations from CSBSystem, Ishida and Marel, we have again been able to increase the number of big names participating”, says Denis Steker, Vice President International / Foreign Trade
Fairs at Koelnmesse GmbH. “In addition, we have recently been joined by two strong international partners With the high density of international exhibitors, International FoodTec Brasil clearly rises
above the existing formats in Brazil and offers trade visitors a centralised, high quality platform with professional and efficient solutions that have hitherto been missing in Brazil. Focusing on the sectors of meat, poultry, fish and cheese, the trade fair is directed at the most important purchasers in the region in southern Brazil.
Registered companies at International FoodTec Brasil 2014 (extract, dated 22.01.2014): ADI Systems / Acqua Engenharia e Consultoria, Afoheat, Altmann S.A. Importação e Comércio, AMFE, Bettcher do Brasil Comércio de Maquinas, Bremil Indústria de Produtos Alimentícios, Busch do Brasil, C&K Propack, Cab Produkttechnik, Cabinplant, Cozzini Middleby do Brazil, CSB-System, Dixie Toga / Bemis Company, Equindo Equipamentos, Handtmann do Brasil, Ibrasmak Industria Brasileira de Maquinas, Incomaf Indústria e Comércio de Máquinas para Frigoríficos / Risco, Ishidal, Jarvis do Brasil Ferramentas Industriais, Klippa do Brasil, Linco Food Systems, Marel, Metalplásticos Bertoldi, Multivac do Brasil Sistemas Para Embalagens, New Max Industrial, NI Solutions Poly-clip System, Schmid & Wezel / EFA Germany, Seydelmann, Sunnyvale Comércio E Representações, Tecmaes tecnologia de Maquinas Especiais, Ulma Packaging, Usinox Centro de Usinagem Industrial, Vemag do Brasil.
About International FoodTec Brasil: International FoodTec Brasil is a new information and business platform for the industry in Brazil, one of the most important sales markets, and offers a comprehensive overview of machines and processes for the production, processing and packaging of food that are available on the national and international market. The aim is to create a trade fair
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that is optimally tailored to the particular requirements and needs of national and international exhibitors and visitors in the region. With International FoodTec Brasil, Koelnmesse has resolutely extended its international activities in the food sector. Koelnmesse has many years’ experience in this sector due to its involvement with leading international trade fairs Anuga and Anuga Koelnmesse has been bringing people and markets together for 90 years. The success story of the Cologne trade fair started in 1924 with the launch of the first event at the Köln-Deutz site. During the economic miracle of the postwar era, the “Rhineland trade fair” grew to become a global trading arena. Today, Koelnmesse has the largest exhibition site in the world
and organises about 75 trade fairs in Cologne and around the world. In the anniversary year of 2014, Koelnmesse is communicating its history to the public with numerous campaigns, publications, and events. Hannover Fairs Sulamérica (HFSA), member of Deutsche Messe Group, plans and organises international trade fairs in Brazil. HFSA works with a number of national and international partners, such as associations, government agencies and major exhibitors who seek to use B2B trade fairs as a gateway to the Brazilian market. In its history, HFSA has created new concepts, started custom shaped events and managed trade fairs on behalf of third parties. HFSA will be operating partner in Brazil.
HIGHLY REGARDED IN THE IMPORTANT RUSSIAN MARKET Specialist trade fair in Moscow records constant high level of visitor interest
ackaging continues to play an important role on the Russian market, and interest in innovative technologies and materials for productions persists. In the food and beverages industry, in the confectionery market, in the cosmetics and the pharmaceuticals sectors, consumer demands with regard to goods and their packaging are becoming increasingly clear, and packaging manufacturers in the Russian Federation are investing in order to improve their market position. The industrial and transport packaging sector, in particular for construction materials, is also gaining in importance. The expansion and modernisation of Russian plants are the consequences, high-performance, energy and resource saving machines are highly regarded. There is also a significant need for innovative packaging materials. Interest in the UPAKOVKA/UPAK ITALIA 2014, the leading Russian Trade Fair for Packaging Machinery, Process Technology, Packaging
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Production and Packaging, was correspondingly high. This was the 22nd time that the fair, organised by Messe Düsseldorf and its Russian subsidiary OOO Messe Düsseldorf Moscow in collaboration with the Italian event coordinator Centrexpo, was held in Moscow. Along with the concurrent interplastica 2014, International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, it attracted 20,000 trade visitors from Russian and the neighbouring CIS countries. Almost 300 exhibitors presented a comprehensive range of products in a an exhibition space covering around 5,500 square metres net. The companies involved reported interesting and sustainable discussions with both existing and new customers, and concrete deals were struck and contracts signed at the fair. However, in some sectors it became clear that the current weak state of the rouble and the associated economic uncertainty combined with new legal regulations, e.g. for alcoholic be-
verages, had led to a decrease in demand. Erhard Wienkamp, Division Director of Messe Düsseldorf, came to a positive conclusion: “The Russian Federation, with around 143 million inhabitants Europe’s most populous country, is one of the most important markets for food, beverages, cosmetics and pharmaceutical products. Modern packaging solutions are extremely important for these industries; the interest from the experts in the products and services at UPAKOVKA/ UPAK ITALIA was impressive. The fact that, just a few weeks before the start of the world’s leading trade fair interpack from 8-14 May in Düsseldorf, we have experienced constant high visitor interest at UPAKOVKA/UPAK ITALIA shows how highly this event is valued in an important market.” Dr. Guido Corbella, CEO of Centrexpo, backs up this opinion. “Italian providers continue to experience strong interest in the Russian packaging market, which, in most areas, particularly in the strong
food and confectionery sectors, is showing steady growth. And with their innovative and extensive range they are faring very well in this region. Exports of food processing and packaging machines from Italy to Russia rose by around 10 per cent in the first eleven months of 2013 compared to the previous year.” For German providers of packaging and food processing machinery, Russia continues to be highly important, lying in third place in the export statistics behind the USA and China. After the increase in previous years, a fall in exports was recorded for 2013: At around 432 million Euro, the total volume of exports of German food processing and packaging machines to Russia in the first eleven months of 2013 was approximately 14 per cent lower than for the same period in the previous year. Confectionery making and bakery machinery as well as meat processing machinery fared better than packaging machines.
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Vera Fritsche from the VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association emphasised the great importance of the Russian market. “The need for modern technology is far from satisfied and there is a plenty of interest. However, at the moment investment is restrained as the Russian consumer has become more subdued. This is particularly noticeable in the field of high proof alcoholic beverages: due to higher taxation and sales restrictions there has been a significant reduction in demand. As a result, the Russian market is currently subject to uncertainties, but continues to offer great opportunities. And thanks to their innovative technology and reliability, German products have a very good reputation; Russian customers value the quality, the comprehensive service and the consulting from the suppliers.” The exhibitors at UPAKOVKA/UPAK ITALIA came from 28 countries; there were official national presen-
tations from Germany, France and Italy. The biggest contingent of exhibitors came from the host country, Russia, with 86 companies, followed by Italy with 71 and Germany with 63 exhibitors. The supporting programme entitled “Future Forum” again proved very popular. In workshops and lectures current issues in the packaging industry were addressed, including solutions for hygienic packaging and current trends in the cardboard and folding box industry, design and marketing aspects as well as financing issues. The new themed area “World of Packaging Materials” also attracted great interest. It focused not only on innovative machinery technology for the packaging industry, but also on the choice of the right packaging material, the design and brand image of packaging. The next UPAKOVKA/UPAK ITALIA is scheduled to take place from 27 January – 30 January 2015 in Moscow and will once again be held in parallel with interplastica.
FIERE - EXHIBITIONS
china east europe meeting • events • fairs
russia middle east • asia
семинары • china • asia • middle east • east europe SIGEP
18-22/01/2014 RIMINI Salone Internazionale gelateria, pasticceria e panificazione artigianali International exhibition for the artisan production of ice-cream, pastry, confectionery and bakery
31/03-03/04/2014 BARCELLONA Fiera internazionale sull’industria alimentare International show about food industry
26-29/01/2014 COLONIA Salone internazionale dei prodotti dolciari International exhibition about confectionery
06-09/04/2014 VERONA Salone internazionale sui vini e i liquori e le tecnologie per produrli International exhibition on wines and liqueurs and technologies
05-07/02/2014 BERLINO Salone Internazionale di frutta e verdura International fair for fruit and vegetables
08-12/03/2014 PARIGI Salone Internazionale sulla tecnologia per la panificazione e la pasticceria International Show for the Bakery and Confectionery Industry
23-26/03/2014 ROMA Fiera sulle attrezzature, macchine, ingredienti, formazione, arredi etc. dedicati al food ed alla ristorazione Exhibitions about raw materials, plant, furnishing and fittings for the artisan gelato, bakery, pizzerias and restaurants
07-09/04/2014 PARMA Manifestazione su prodotti, tecnologie e servizi dedicati al mondo delle pizzerie Exhbition on products, technologies and services completely dedicated to independent and chain pizzerias
20-22/05/2014 PARMA Salone delle Tecnologie per l’Automazione Industriale Trade fair for manufacturers and suppliers in the industrial automation sector
21-23/09/2014 DÜSSELDORF Fiere internazionali per i prodotti lattiero-caseari, alimenti surgelati, gelati, tecnologia, carne e salsiccia international trade fairs for dairy products, frozen food, ice cream, technology, meat and sausage
24-26/09/2014 CESENA Mostra Intenazionale di macchinari e impianti per l’industria ortofrutticola International exhibition of machinery and equipment for the fruit and vegetable processing
05-08/05/2014 PARMA Salone Internazionale del prodotto alimentare International food exhibition
01-05/10/2014 MADRID International bakery, pastry and related industries show Fiera internazionale sula panificazione e la pasticceria
08-14/05/2014 DÜSSELDORF Fiera della tecnologia per imballaggio, confezionamento, panificazione, pasticceria Technology fair for packaging, packing, bakery, pastry
12/06/2014 BOLOGNA Mostra Convegno di una giornata sulle tecnologie per l’industria alimentare One day exhibition and conference on the technologies for the food industry
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19-23/10/2014 PARIGI Fiera della tecnologia per l’industria alimentare e del packaging e del prodotto alimentare International exhibition and conference on technologies for food& beverage and food products
17-20/11/2014 PARIGI Salone internazionale dell’imballaggio Exhibition about packaging technology
21-24/10/2014 PARMA Fiera della tecnologia per l’industria alimentare e del packaging International exhibition and conference on instrumental and process analysis and laboratory technology
2-4/12/2014 BORDEAUX Fiera internazionale sulla filiera vitivinicola e sulle tecnologie per l’industria dell’imbottigliamento International exhibition for vine-growing,wine-producing and bottling industry
28-29/10/2014 VERONA Mostra Convegno delle Soluzioni e Applicazioni Verticali di Automazione, Strumentazione, Sensori International exhibition for food processing
02-05/11/2014 CHICAGO Fiera internazionale delle tecnologie per l’imballaggio International Packaging Trade Fair
09-11/11/2014 DUBAI Fiera della tecnologia per l’industria alimentare e del packaging International exhibition and conference on instrumental and process analysis and laboratory technology
11-13/11/2014 NORIMBERGA Fiera su materie prime, tecnologie, logistica e processo per la produzione di birra e bevande Fair of raw materials, technologies, logistics for production of beer and soft drinks
17-21/01/2015 RIMINI Salone Internazionale gelateria, pasticceria e panificazione artigianali International exhibition for the artisan production of ice-cream, pastry, confectionery and bakery
01-04/02/2015 COLONIA Salone internazionale della subfornitura per l’industria dolciaria The international supplier fair for the confectionery industry
24-27/03/2015 COLONIA Salone Internazionale delle tecnologie alimentari e delle bevande International food and beverage technology exhibition
21-24/04/2015 BARCELLONA Manifestazione internazionale su macchine, impianti e tecnologia per il packaging International packaging exhibition
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congressi meeting • events • fairs middle east • asia
семинары • china • asia • middle east • east europe PULIRE
19-21/05/2015 VERONA Mostra internazionale delle produzioni e delle tecnologie per le attività dell’igiene ambientale International exhibition of products and technologies for environmental hygiene
19-23/05/2015 MILANO Mostra Internazionale per l’industria del confezionamento International exhibition for the packaging industry
19-23/05/2015 MILANO Fiera sulle tecnologie per il confezionamento e la lavorazione della carne Pocessing & packaging for the meat industry
10-11/06/2015 Istanbul Esposizione su snack, patatine, noccioline, pistacchi, mandorle secche, savoury snacks, chips, biscotti salati, tortillas, pretzels, popcorn, crackers di riso, flips . Event about: savoury snacks, snack nuts, potato chips, corn chips, potato sticks, peanuts, pistachios, hazelnuts and almonds, baked snacks, tortillas, pretzels, popcorn, pork rinds, rice crackers, flips, savoury biscuits.
29/09-01/10/2015 NORIMBERGA Salone Internazionale su Soluzioni e tecnologie per il confezionamento Trade Fair for Packaging Solutions
10-14/10/2015 COLONIA Salone Internazionale delle tecnologie alimentari e delle bevande International exhibition of food and beverages
23-27/10/2015 MILANO Salone tecnologico per la panificazione e la produzione di pasta e pizza Show for Bakery and Fresh Pasta and Pizza Industry
Novembre 2015 MILANO Fiera internazionale sulla filiera vitivinicola e sulle tecnologie per l’industria dell’imbottigliamento International exhibition for vine-growing,wine-producing and bottling industry
12-17/09/2015 MONACO Salone Internazionale per l’ind. della panificazione e della pasticceria International fair for the bakery and confectionery industry
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meeting • events
middle east • asia
семинары • china • asia • middle east • east europe UPAKOVKA UPAK ITALIA
23-26/04/2014 GUANGZHOU Mostra internazionale sull’industria delle materie plastiche International exhibition on plastic and rubber industries
28-31/01/2014 MOSCA Salone Internazionale delle macchine per imballaggio International packaging machinery exhibition 10-14/02/2014 MOSCA Fera internazionale su alimenti, bevande e materie prime per alimenti International exhibition for food, beverage and food raw materials
03-05/03/2014 GUANGZHOU Fiera internazionale per il confezionamento, l’imballaggio e le bevande International fair for packaging, packing machines and beverage technology
19-21/03/2013 S. PIETROBURGO Salone Internazionale di prodotti alimentari, di bevande e ingredienti International exhibition for food beverages and ingredients
24-27/03/2014 CHENGDU Fiera internazionale su vini e liquori International wine & spirits show
23-26/04/2014 MOSCA Salone internazionale delle attrezzature per la panetteria e degli ingredienti alimentari International trade fair for bakery equipment and food ingredients
09-11/04/2014 KIEV Fiera internazionale per i produttori di alimenti e bevande International trade exhibition on food and beverage producers
13-16/05/14 SHANGHAI Fiera internazionale della panificazione e dell’industria dolciaria in Cina International Trade fair for the bakery and confectionery trades in China
17-20/06/2014 MOSCA Saloni internazionali per l’imballaggio alimentare ed industriale International food and industry packaging exhibition
WORLD FOOD MOSCOW
15-18/09/2014 MOSCA Salone Internazionale dei prodotti alimentarie delle bevande International exhibition for food and drink products
06-10/10/2014 MOSCA Salone Intern. dei macchinari e delle attrezzature per il settore agroindustriale International trade exhibition of machinery and equipment for agroindustrial industry
WORLD FOOD UKRAINE
28-30/10/2014 KIEV Salone Internazionale dei prodotti alimentarie delle bevande International exhibition for food and drink products
PROPACK - BEVTEK China
16-18/07/2014 SHANGAI Mostra internazionale delle tecnologie per l’industria alimentare e per il confezionamento International exhibition for the food industry and for packaging technologies
09-11/09/2014 MOSCA Fiera internazionale sulle tecnologie per l’industria alimentare International specialized trade fair of equipment and technologies for food processing industry
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MONDI 69 Via Balilla, 32 24085 Romano di Lombardia Bergamo - Italy
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MORELLO FORNI 44 Via Raffaello, 6 90145 Palermo - Italy
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SIEMENS AG 114-115 Wittelsbacherplatz 2 80333 Munich - Germany
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PIGO SRL 100/102 Via Pontaron, 30 36030 Caldogno - Vicenza - Italy PROTEC SRL 112-113 Via Nazionale Est, 19 43044 Collecchio - Parma - Italy QUADRANT ENGINEERING PLASTIC PRODUCTS 60 Hardstrasse 5 5600 Lenzburg - Switzerland
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ROSACATENE 56 Via San Rocco 5/b 23801 Calolziocorte Lecco - Italy
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