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Elea is introducing its new PEF Advantage B1000-850 system for the processing of chips and fries, the company’s highest capacity belt system to date. With all safety features included in the belt vessel, the design enables processing of up to 100 t/h with compact, easy-to-install features.
The B1000-850 is said to be the largest free cross-section machine on the market and its optimized product in- and outfeed enables a high product-to-water ratio with only a generator required.
Other new features include new pulsed power connections with extended cable length, a range of belt types with enhanced belt lifetime, integrated belt motoring, improved water management, and cleaning. The design is fully suitable for sinking and floating products.
Available options for the B1000-850 also include split belt options for multiple products, anti-foam dosing and automated conductivity control.
Stefan Toepfl, Managing Director at Elea says: “Our team’s development work has focused on increasing the capacity of our machines with reduced energy and water requirements. We have combined ten years of experience, process know-how and user feedback into the design, enabling our clients to process more for less.”
In addition to the B1000-850, Elea presents the new B100-535 system design and will promote upgrades on the B1 design, the PEF Pilot range and new process control options.
Visit Elea in hall 2 at booth No. 224 during Interpom 2022 and talk to the Elea snack experts, taste PEF products and discover what Elea’s Pulsed Electric Field technology can do to add value to your business.
Watch the video below to discover the new features of the B1000-850.
Source: Elea Technology
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