Revised Application technology cutter treatment in Food & Beverages sector

Cutter treatment with gases

In the process applied heat can be well-compensated by introducing cryogenic gases.

GAS APPLICATION 

Cooling with the aid of cryogenic gases enables a more targeted temperature control in comparison to the use of chipped ice or double-walled containers during the cutter treatment of meat. Furthermore, a particularly good product quality is achieved. Depending on the product and the respective cooling task the following variants are used for cooling: Cooling with liquid nitrogen and cooling with liquid CO2.

Advantages:

  • Very rapid cooling of product through direct contact with cooling medium
  • Optimum utilisation of the cooling medium through direct introduction
  • Immediate removal of frictional heat
  • Secures the microbiological stability by means of targeted lowering of the raw material temperature
  • Production of frozen meat granules
  • Precise separation of fat and meat particles as a quality feature in the production of raw sausage
  • No dilution of the product due to chipped ice cooling

 

MESSER SOLUTION

Messer has developed the Variocut-Process for cooling with liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon dioxide. 

Revised Customer process cutter treatment in the Food & Beverages sector - Meat

Cutter treatment for meat

Keeping the temperature under control

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Revised Customer process cutter treatment in Food & Beverages sector - Poultry

Cutter treatment for poultry

Keeping the temperature under control