Selecting the Right Meat Dicer for Your Needs

If you were the manager of the 10 greatest engineers in the world and you wanted to design the perfect meat grinder for a variety of application needs, how would you do it? We asked some of the customers this key question and here's what they said.

Solve employee challenges with icon-based HMI

What is happening in meat processing plants today is a serious shortage of workers In order not to unduly interfere with this production, the human-machine interface (HMI) of the meat dicers should be very comfortable and intuitive without language barriers. This makes the user interface very easy to learn and use, regardless of the language the operator is in.

Solve food safety challenges with ultra-hygienic designs

The food and packaging industry sees about 18 recalls of meat or poultry products each year simply because of possible Listeria, Salmonella, or E. coli contamination. Some of these recalls have been huge, involving hundreds of thousands of pounds of product.

The increasing frequency and cost of recalls, combined with the FSMA, puts more pressure on processors to do whatever it takes to ensure food safety. In a meat processing plant, this starts with ensuring the cleanliness of the equipment.

Based on this feedback, companies have designed the meat slicer to be easy to disassemble and clean, eliminating as much of the risk of bacteria escaping from the machine as possible. The surface is sloping, even, and there are no external hinges on the door cover or handle.

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