cubes / bacon
Machine designed to dice bacon stripes out of bacon pieces at a temperature of about -12°C (±5°C according to the concentration in salt).
The loading capacity of the machine is 700 x 300 x 120mm, the machine accepts out of shape bacon pieces.
The automatic belt allows the loading of the machine
The bacon piece is pressed to get a 210 mm wide block, it is then pushed through a bi-dimensional cutting disk to produce bacon stripes from 4 mm to 11 mm of section according to the tools used.
This machine also allows the production of stamps (20 mm x 2 mm for example).
Working station to optimize the movements and moving of the operators.
A touch screen makes the communication easier between the operator and the machine. The screen includes a self-diagnostic system displaying a picture of the faulty component for example.
Productivity: 2 200 kg/h for bacon pieces of about 4.0kg (cycle time of about 6.5 seconds to produce bacon stripes of 8 x 8 that is to say about 9 bacon pieces / minute with a 6-cutting disk).
Loading capacity: 700 x 360 x 120
Power: electrical control, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical power.
Materials: stainless steel and polymers
This material is in conformity with the following directives and bills:
Food contact: EC1935/2004
Good manufacturing practice: EC2023/2006
CEM: EC 2004/108
This machine offers a top-quality cutting which became THE reference onto the bacon stripes market. It includes a hydraulic press which allows to dice bacon pieces with a maximum bending of 120 mm.
The machine uses the EMSENS patented cutting device with 6 cutting tools by disk.
The MDL2000C is a machine designed to dice over 2200 kg of bacon stripes / hour (calculation based onto a bacon piece of 4.0 kg / unit).
The automatic belt allows a maximum productivity of the machine thanks to a fast loading. The exit of the products is done with a vibrating belt.
The distinction between waste and good products is done automatically thanks to a specific belt.
The machine is easy to clean and takes into account the constraints of the food industry.