Marel ProCon Flowline fish-processing flowline
Marel has introduced ProCon Flowline fish-processing flowline. The system uses RFID technology to track all product on the line and monitor performance.
With real-time feedback, dashboards display data on individual operator performance, which the company says enables production managers to improve overall yield, throughput and quality.
The basic principle of the flowline is to replace traditional manual table processing, where the raw material is constantly stacked and stored and then manually transported between processes. The flowline enables a continuous flow of the raw material to and from operators.
The flowline conveys product in baskets to and from the line, allowing for a high volume of product to be conveyed to and from the workstations. Compared to a manual table system, this involves less handling and decreases processing time, the company says. Handling all raw materials in a continuous flow increases capacity and can increase worker productivity.
Suitable for trimming various types of fish fillets, the flowline is also suitable for hand filleting whole fish. It is claimed to have low maintenance costs.
The flowline has data integration directly to Innova Filleting and Trimming - a solution that can help processors improve performance by gaining total control over yield, throughput and labour efficiency throughout the filleting and trimming process.
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