tna roflo VMCS 3 vibratory chip sizer
The tna roflo VMCS 3 chip sizer uses vibratory motion to separate large from small chips to maximise packaging efficiencies and speeds. The sizer is suitable for a wide range of fried snack products, such as potato chips, as well as fruit and other root vegetable chips. The system’s pan design ensures that each chip is sized, sorted and gently transported along the line for a continuous product flow with minimum breakage.
Contrary to conventional systems that employ rotary motion to separate the chips, the tna system uses vibratory motion to limit maintenance requirements and gently convey product across a cascading chip-sizing screen, mounted on a shallow conveying pan. Smaller chips pass through the screen to the lower level and larger chips will continue on the higher level, each one continuing on separate conveyors towards their designated bagging station.
The removable screen is designed in such a way that it maintains product quality and ensures no product blockages during sizing. Integrated product-divert gates can act as an effective bypass feature when sorting is not required.
The interchangeable chip-sizing screens can be customised for various sizes to accommodate a wide range of ratios between small and large chips. Each screen can be easily removed within just a couple of minutes. The system’s simple yet effective design further ensures that all parts are easily accessible to facilitate cleaning and maintenance procedures, reducing downtime.
The product is available in standard and larger pan sizes of 600 and 750 mm width, respectively.
Phone: 02 9714 2300
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