Treif Falcon Hybrid continuous slicing/portioning machine
The Treif Falcon Hybrid is a continuous slicing/portioning machine for boneless or bone-in meat products. This high-production machine is suited to mid- to large-scale food processing facilities where it can be used for slicing portions of a prescribed weight as well as slices to a certain thickness without any kind of weight specification.
A 4D camera system joins forces with top-speed computer technology - four cameras measure the product extensively so that cuts can be made with high precision.
Different software programs meet special requirements such as a specific tolerance range within which the weight of the individual slices may vary. Yield on some products is claimed to be up to 100% thanks to this software.
With the Falcon Hybrid, loading takes place continuously via a conveyor belt. Products are automatically transported to the cutting area. The intelligent gripper recognises which parts of the cutting material are harder (contain bones) and simply rests gently on these areas. The other hooks hold the meat safely in place. The sickle blade is firmly secured between two stainless steel plates. This so-called sandwich guidance system prevents wedge cuts, resulting in clean cuts and increased output.
The grouping unit enables the packaging of the products and the discharge of individual slices; eg, when there is a deviation from the target weight. The dynamic portion separation ensures the clean and precise depositing of the slices on the grouping belt. Products up to 1000 mm in length can be processed.
The machine can be combined with robot technology. With up to 100 picks/min, the robots ensure reliable sorting of the slices into packages and a smooth flow of the production process.
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