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Cibus Tec 2007, technology at the service of food

Raytec Vision and Fbr-Elpo exhibit their latest technological gems

The place: Parma. The date: 17th October. The event: Cibus Tec 2007, Italy’s most important food processing and packaging technology fair.
By presenting cutting-edge technologies and methods that are complementary, Cibus Tec provides an excellent integrated overview of the entire production cycle, as a matter of fact, the fair is divided into three main sections: Tecnoconserve, which focuses on food preservation, Milc, for the dairy area, and Multitecno for inter-industrial and production chain technologies. This 2007 edition is expected to attract visitors from over one hundred countries; they can look forward to a packed programme of conventions and workshops (in addition to three theme-based days dedicated to tomato, milk and salami processing respectively).
A not-to-be-missed fair, then, for Sacmi, which will be heading for this Emilia-based city in strength with Raytec Vision, at Hall 6 stand G006, and Fbr-Elpo, at Hall 6 stand H006.

The latter, a specialised producer of tomato and fruit processing plants and aseptic filling machines/plants based in Parma, will be exhibiting the following machines.

  • A single-head aseptic AS-I1000/2 filler (ideal for filling aseptic bags with capacities of up to 1000 litres with liquid and semi-liquid products and mixes with pieces in suspension).
  • A bag-in-box AS-I-30/WEB filler for 5, 10 and 25-litre bags that is continuously conveyor-fed (widely used in the dairy field for aseptic UHT milk, milk-shake and cream filling) and an integrated compact aseptic SR6.150/200 for sterilisation and aseptic filling. This machine, a number of variants of which have been designed, has enjoyed considerable market success for some years now thanks to the following advantages: compactness, reduced cost, greater practicality and outstanding reliability.

Raytec - a Sacmi Group company – is the industry’s leading designer of optical systems for fresh/frozen/dried food quality control and also the leading producer of X-ray inspection systems especially suited to food safety checks. Raytec will be exhibiting its two latest creations: Discovery and Rayview.
Discovery is a new optical sorter for high-quantity production of legumes and diced fruit and vegetables: featuring Blueight technology, this machine can eliminate insects and other foreign bodies from spinach and various salads at output rates of up to 5 tons per hour!

Rayview, instead, is an innovative X-Ray analysis unit for the elimination of faulty glass bottles and jars. It uses “Panoramic Vision” of the container bottom and has new CVS software that runs on the Windows operating system. Moreover, this new compact, integrated system provides the user with both the lamp and high voltage generator functions and, to enhance practicality even further, the contaminated jar rejection device on Rayview is fitted externally.


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