Online meat analysis
The CFS MultiTrack online meat analysis system means that the mixing process no longer needs to be interrupted in order to measure the fat, water and protein content of batches of meat. Rapid adjustments can be made if any deviation is detected from the desired target value. The result: greater efficiency, effective checking and thus the security of achieving constant quality levels for meat products.
It is possible to mount the MultiTrack at the screw conveyer or pipe between the pre-grinder and the mixer. This allows the batch of meat to be analysed even while it is being loaded. Any required adjustments can be made immediately without having to interrupt the mixing process.
Relocation of the online measuring point also increases the reliability of the meat analysis at the same time. Continuous removal of samples means that about 5% of a given batch of meat is measured while filling a meat processing machine. The random sampling technique is more representative since errors and any form of manipulation are completely excluded. Further improvements and standardisation of production are achieved.
The computerised control system for the MultiTrack has a modem that allows CFS to analyse data from online measurements at any time on request from a manufacturer and to make required adjustments. Handling of the system is not only simplified from the producer's point of view but also regular checking and maintenance maintains the reliability of the MultiTrack meat analysis system at a constant high level.
CFS MultiTrack also offers tailor-made solutions. It is not the user who has to adjust the method of working but CFS who will make all changes necessary to exactly match the MultiTrack to the individual needs and requirements of producers.
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