Provisur Technologies to showcase range of solutions at CFIA 2024

Provisur Technologies will present the Formax free movement system (FMS) and other solutions from its brands for mixing and grinding, defrosting, marinating and cooking (DMC), and separation.

Slicing

As well as presenting solutions from Hoegger form pressing and Formax slicing, Provisur will be showcasing the Formax FMS, which features a design that cuts space requirements significantly. The core features include a handling and buffer plate, along with transport units known as movers which are available in different sizes and efficiently handle products up to 1.5kg. The movers operate on magnetic fields, without contact, eliminating the need for guiding elements such as rails or conveyor belts. The system also handles up to 100 incoming and outgoing portions per minute, of multiple assortment portions within a minimal footprint.

Further processing

Further processing with the Weiler and Formax brands. The Novamax 400 former is designed for a high processing rate in the forming of burger patties, meatballs, chicken nuggets, and more. Provisur’s Weiler brand establishes industry benchmarks by offering a range of inventive mixing, grinding, and material handling solutions for meat, poultry, seafood, and pet food.

Defrosting, marinating, and cooking

Lutetia is a Provisur brand which specialises in the processing of sensitive products that require gentle handling during defrosting, smoking, or cooking, with chambers or tumbler processes. It also minimises cycle times and improves product quality.

Separation

Utilising a combination of rotation, belt, and pressing technologies, the Provisur portfolio stands out for delivering comprehensive separation processes essential for the efficient production of meat, poultry, and various raw materials such as potatoes, fruit, vegetables and depacking. Through machinery from AM2C, Beehive, and Hoegger, Provisur provides solutions with diverse performance parameters that share a common goal: achieving high-yield separation of bone fragments, sinew, cartilage, and other materials.