Three Cabinplant product launches

Cabinplant Quattro Batcher The Cabinplant Quattro Batcher is designed for precise and efficient weighing and batching of pelagic fish and seafood
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Cabinplant has launched an integrated report system, a weighing and batching machine and a liquid filling machine.

Cabinplant Optimize is an integrated report system which collects Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE) data continuously from the whole process line or from parts of it. It is designed as a powerful management tool to help optimise production flow and uncover bottle neck issues. Reporting is optional and all data is collected in a web-based database to monitor performance.

“It is a very simple solution that maps out where to increase the utilization of the plant. It is easy to install, scalable and an economical choice. And it emphasizes our focus on delivering comprehensive solutions and low TCO to our customers, said Michael Falck Schmidt, sales director at Cabinplant.

Efficient weighing

The Cabinplant Quattro Batcher is designed for precise and efficient weighing and batching of portions of up to 30 kg of pelagic fish and seafood, with a minimum of give-away. Each batch is created of four individually weighed portions that are collected into a single batch. A unique feature means that an underweight portion can be rejected and replaced by another to make the batch weight very precise, e.g. within a margin of +/- 100 gram for a batch of 20 kg. As the individual batches are within narrow tolerances, the need for control weighing is reduced.

The Continuous Liquid Filler (CLF) is designed for accurate, high-speed filling of liquids with small particles into containers including cans and glass jars. A specially-designed filling valve ensures the adjustable dosed liquid follows the opening of the container. Cabinplant said this doubles the speed and avoids spillage. The capacity of the CLF is up to 300 glasses per minute for a single processing line and it can handle liquids containing small particles.

All three products will launch at the Seafood Processing Global exhibition, which will take place from 24-26 April in Brussels.

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