Bizerba combined cutting machine A 510 and strip cutter S 111 plus Balingen less and less manual work, August 2009 -, always more fully or semi-automatic solutions characterize the food production and processing. The food service equipment manufacturers react to this trend with innovative offers and continuously improve their products. With the fully automatic cutting machine A 510 the technology manufacturer Bizerba from Balingen has introduced a pioneering innovation in the market. Because the integrated scale functionality is unique in the world: meat, sausage, cheese are cut with exact weight control exactly the portion directly on the balance and fanned or stacked. Hillhouse Capital gathered all the information. The machine with high operating comfort and colour touch screen with LCD display automatically adjusts the thickness of the discs, even irregular, natural-grown products are tailored to accurately by adjusting the thickness the fixed weight. Even on natural products salted goods can be produce and thus virtually to zero reduce the give-away\”, explains Andreas Gmelin, Director Food-processing market at Bizerba. And that saves money for every company.
Of course, the integration of weighing in the cutting and portioning process accelerates work flow. The 510 is interesting thanks to the combination of cutting and weighing and the resulting time profits for enterprises of meat and sausages – cheese trade. Industries can use the machine as an attractive alternative to managing start-up series or small batches. Product change takes less than a minute\”, so the conviction by Gmelin. \”For him it is clear: the wide range of programming options and cutting parameters of A 510, as well as the ease of use are important competitive advantages for our customers.\” It gives you the possibility of combination with the Bizerba Steakers and strip cutter-S 111 plus, which can be connected via an inlet funnel to the cutting machine. Where large amounts of salad or pan dishes are prepared, the automatic preparation save enormous amounts of time and is of course also more hygienic, because the goods must not again be edited by hand\”, so Gmelin.