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FILLERS – STUFFERS

TALSA MANUFACTURER OF MACHINERY FOR THE MEAT PROCESSING INDUSTRY

TALSA DISTRIBUTION

There are machines for butchers such as the medium capacity meat fillers stuffers distributed by TALSA.

Talsa is a manufacturer of machines for the meat industry, especially for those establishments that manufacture sausages or for butcher shops.

Talsa has 4 models of stuffing machines of different capacities whose distinctive characteristics are common to all of them and all with the TALSA guarantee.

Outstanding Features

  • Robust stainless steel construction.
  • Lid and piston in solid s/s sheet of great thickness and resistance.
  • Round, mechanized barrel, internally grinded: perfect internal diameter and sealing.
  • Easily removable piston.
  • High pressure for dens and cold mixtures.
  • Automatic piston decompression. Instant stop of product flow.
  • Cylinder ram in stainless steel.
  • New lid and piston seals of low wear and long life.

“Hands-free”, knee activated automatic start/stop of motor by internal micro-switch and contactor within a water resistant electrical unit.

Benefits: less wear, less noise, reduced power consumption; lower operating temperature; longer life for oil, pump and hydraulic group.

Advantages at a Glance

  • 2 wheels and handle for easy transport. Optional 4 wheels adding 2 swivel casters.
  • Easily accessible speed control.
  • Pressure gauge.
  • Removable lid, adjustable lid lock nuts with handle.I
  • Independent hydraulic oil reservoir.
  • Thermal protected motor.
  • Automatic knee lever lock until the piston reaches the lower position.

Carefully designed for easy dismantling, allowing quick access to all components for maintenance and cleaning.

The machines have been designed to allow easy access to all their components and thus enable easy maintenance and cleaning.

On the Talsa website you have all the technical specifications of its machines and dimensions, including the packaging.

Talsa has different videos to show the operation of its machines in English, aimed at all those who are interested in their machines and all those who would like to distribute them.

www.talsanet.com

 

 

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TALSA, ALWAYS INNOVATING

INDUSTRIAL INNOVATION

We could define innovation in industry as the transformation of a new idea into an improved product or a new production system, its dissemination, marketing and use.

Talsa is committed to industrial innovation, and in this sense is a constant innovator. According to this definition, Talsa developed machines that succeeded for their simplicity. Talsa became a benchmark competitor, and it has been maintaining its leadership, thanks to its continuous research to bring its machines to the top.

Its managers and the entire team are convinced, and work together with collaborators and customers, to achieve excellence in a commitment to research on how to improve their medium-capacity machinery for the meat industry.

Both the pieces and mechanisms, the delivery, the after-sales service, orders and customer service are part of a way to be and to act so that the whole network works and progresses. We would say that it is the company policy.

On the other hand, the ideas and the R + D + i department gives shape to what later the production department with its specialized workers will carry out in orderly, clean and safe facilities. It is the Talsa seal.

All this is the result of a good management work that has also been very attentive to the motivation of all its employees, without sparing any resources. Talsa’s workers are satisfied and are also an asset for the company.

This constant innovation allows maintaining and even increasing the market share, securing a position, maintaining leadership and to open up to new emerging markets without any risk.

This innovation is a mark in our own country and brings satisfaction that our entrepreneurs also see their work recognized abroad.

Creativity is another important aspect when it comes to innovating. Having an open mind and adding really useful differential aspects leads to an efficient improvement of the product that often also answers the user’s needs that are observed and heard by the industrial entrepreneur.

Constant reinvention is an indispensable premise to progress in the business world.

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KNEADERS FOR PROFESSIONALS

TALSA, ALWAYS INNOVATING

Talsa has just released its Supreme Kneader-Mixers 2022. The star machine of this manufacturer incorporates new functionalities resulting from its continuous path towards excellence.

Its collaboration with the University of Valencia and its industrial suppliers bear fruit and these continuous research works result in the improvement of its machines for the food industry.

There are five machines with some different models that make up the Talsa catalogue and are essential for Spanish and international butchers.

  • Fillers
  • Kneaders
  • Choppers
  • Cutters
  • Kettles

All of them are medium capacity machines for the meat industry, all complementary to each other and all with a thorough quality control carried out by EC quality assurance and advisory bodies.

Quality is one of the values that has made Talsa a world leader in the food industry, due to the materials used, simple and safe handling and easy cleaning, among many other characteristics, resulting in a current and robust product at a fair price.

Its machines are sold all over the world. A

Another of its strengths is service, both in the delivery of the machines and the spare parts. The immediate attention to its distributors all over the world is a guarantee of good commercial management.

100 years of service to the meat industry are enough for a company born and raised in our country and with an export experience that has been secured thanks to the inheritance and good work of its managers and administrators.

Talsa facilities offer an image of cleanliness, security, and order that in plain sight already confirms all their leadership commitment.

Spain is a country of contrasts and opposites, there are many companies that have opted for new technologies since the beginning of the digital change. Some have always known how to be in the spotlight of the most innovative commercial demands, of image and of advertising with a know-how developed from the base and creating a solid network, understanding that the only way to be is walking towards the excellence and being competitive by taking certain risks.

Others, on the other hand, crouch down and grow with fear, little by little. The use of the internet, email, online shops, apps, etc., have not yet taken hold in this country that still interacts analogically for the most part.

Talsa has been able to provide through its website and in its dedicated access to its distributors a specific sales application very visual with expanded views of the different machines which facilitates ordering machines and their different parts.

One of its slogans is “Always innovating”.

 

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MACRO FARMS OF EXTENSIVE FARMING?

Macro farms or extensive farming?

Take advantage of resources without excuses

We start January with a controversy about meat and macro-farms or extensive farming.

We Spaniards are very inclined to be either with you or against you and it is difficult, given the lack of information and the manipulation of the media, to get an informed opinion of how things are and how everything is part of a chain.

Everyone is committing to ecology because it is scientifically proven that if we do not put a stop to emissions and wasteful consumption in all its facets, the world will end or will be transformed, and nobody will be spared.

This makes it necessary to take action, because this wild and immeasurable consumption has also given rise to magnifying production while waste increases more than what is actually consumed. Plastics, food and also the manure (solid excrement) of animals are toxic and they have an environmental impact.

We will all agree that a cow or a pig, etc., that has limited space and cannot move, will surely be stressed and will give worse meat than the one given by a cow grazing freely and happily in the field.

One of the reasons for macro farms to exist is because they make meat cheaper and thus more affordable to more people. However, our neighbour the German Minister of Agriculture has declared war on junk meat prices and called for better animal conditions in the stables.

He also made reference to the increasing weight gain of the population. He wants to increase organic farming fields and does not want junk prices, because they lead small farms to ruin, impede animal welfare, promote the extinction of species and pollute.

In contrast, we have extensive livestock farming that efficiently takes advantage of the territory’s resources with native species and breeds, generating quality products, shaping the landscape, helping to control fires and lead to animal welfare.

In the end, excessive consumption of meat leads us to catastrophe, and it is sometimes done in the name of the poorest, used as an excuse, but we forget that very frequent consumption of meat is not healthy either.

Also, unemployment and wages are due to be reviewed, because there are those who cannot eat meat and not even an onion.

Obviously, the world is not well distributed.

At Talsa, we live from the sector, since we make machines for the meat industry, so we cannot stay out of the controversy. It is at least our duty to be informed of what is happening and the more voices are heard, the easier to reach a state, European and global consensus on the subject.

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM TALSA

NEW CHANGE OF COURSE

Talsa wishes you happy Christmas holidays. Despite it being a custom already installed and assumed by all, these holidays are the ones that mark the end of a period and invite reflection for a new change of course.

People are invaded by a brotherly feeling, which, accompanied by all the media hype of advertising and campaigns, drags us to consumption during this time.

We are going through a very difficult time in terms of relationships and initiatives and although we have made progress, we still remember all those who left in 2020 and who will not be sitting at our tables anymore.  We are left with the memory of an extreme confinement that did not let us celebrate anything. Sadness has settled in society, and this year, despite it looking better, we cannot stop thinking about people, families, businesses, the wheel … that should not stop.

Our bars and restaurants host company lunches and dinners around this time. Everything is impregnated with the Christmas spirit where feelings arise and make us be more supportive than ever. When we believe we can change next year and also, of course, we overindulge with the food and wine.

Videoconferencing has replaced face-to-face work in many cases as well as customer visits; the screen has already become the most valuable work tool.

Still, there is a certain silence that is breathed with uncertainty. The telephones do not ring, many emails are not answered, disappointment and discouragement invades us because the virus reminds us that it is still among us, that we have not eliminated it. and we walk with uncertainty.

It is the moment that we have to live. Despite everything, we must not lose hope that we are getting closer to the solution. This is good time to reflect on where we are headed.

Climate change is alternately devastating cities and towns and the earth is sending us a warning for moderation and reflection.

From Talsa, we wish you a peaceful Christmas with joy and much prudence.

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DIGITAL REVOLUTION INDUSTRY 4.0

THE NEW DIGITAL CHALLENGES

 

The Internet and the digital revolution bring with them an industrial revolution. The implementation of Industry 4.0 will deal with the investment of the public and private sectors to carry out the new challenges that are already underway which we must join.

I don’t remember where, but the other day I heard someone say that if he started to watch a series at night, he would would watch it till dawn because he watched one episode after the other.

That makes me wonder if the TV numbs us with our passive consumption or if we knowingly allow it, given that we have freedom of choice.

Taking into account the late hours when television begins to broadcast movies and taking into account the time dedicated to advertising, we can conclude that we sleep little and that this translates into low productivity.

I do not know about other European countries, but Spaniards are night owls by nature and I think that this way of being has nothing to do with being Mediterranean. It has to do with, as we would say in Valencian, the meninfotisme, that carefree character.

In other neighboring countries, schedules are orientated towards effective working. People get up early, eat earlier and at five or six in the afternoon they have finished their working day so they have time for family and beers. They go to sleep early, which provides a break for productivity and a healthier life.

It is not surprising then that industrially they are also more prosperous and avant-garde in technological transformations and inventions.

Not all Spanish companies lack this ideology. There are also those that bet on these models that carry part of the business success, as is the case of our client Talsa, who is always in a position to improve their machines by relying on technology and R&D. Its leadership worldwide is the result of it being an innovative and technological company.

The German industry, for example, manufactures highly innovative and complex products. Its economic power is based on its innovative capacity and its investment in R&D, contributing to it both in the personal and business life.

The great trends of digitization such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, intelligent systems, electronic commerce, etc. are the great challenges we have to face and focus on if we do not want to stay behind while watching TV.

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TALSA, MANUFACTURER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF MACHINES FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY

STAR KNEADERS

Talsa is a manufacturer and distributor of machines for the meat Industry and within its range the star product is its kneader.

Talsa´s medium capacity machinery stands out in the market, having achieved worldwide leadership in the meat Industry.

The company was founded in 1900 and has been growing ever since, thanks to the search for quality for which no effort or investment has been spared.

What at first was a pursuit of machinery excellence, has developed into the search for brand quality. Through time, this vision has consolidated the initial I+ D+ i plan into a company with a character imposed from its policy of dedication to management and logistics.

No detail in Talsa is left unattended by the eyes of its Management, which tries to always keep up with the latest technological developments to incorporate them into the company, to make Talsa a leading company in terms of technology, Human Resources, Security and company policy.

The Talsa machinery catalog is reduced to five machine functionalities: stuffers, mixers, mincers, cutters and kettles, but all of them have different models and sizes whose characteristics and advantages are improved with every new model.

In general, they are robust machines, easy to clean keeping in mind the hygiene that this sector requires, simple and safe.

They have been designed to allow access to all its components, and thus enabling comfortable maintenance and cleaning.

Among all its machines, the mixers are TALSA’s star, and their blade system has been patented. This blade system performs a double job, while one of the arms drives the dough from the bottom to the surface, the other performs the reverse process, doubling the revival of the machine and reducing the kneading time in half.

Its distributor network allows a secure work, because through this network Talsa is incorporated to the market. An online work system is in place to order machines and spare parts 365 days a year.

 

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PROFESSIONAL DISTRIBUTION – LOGISTICS

TALSA MACHINES – MEAT INDUSTRY

Logistics has become essential in the success of any company. In fact, Talsa, a manufacturer of machines for the meat industry, has based its efforts on professional distribution.

Achieving higher quality with a good price involves optimizing the production process so that all the way from suppliers to customers we can achieve the objectives by making commitments between all the involved parties with the help of technology.

The industrial and service sectors have had to join the ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) and R + D + i that have revolutionized the information transmission procedures.

To be more competitive and able to participate in the global economy, companies have had to overcome their fear of new technologies. For example, thanks to new technologies, distance is not a problem anymore.

Contents, databases and communication hold the new future that advances relentlessly leaving the lazy behind.

Instantaneousness, interactivity, innovation, automation … are undoubtedly the advantages of ICTs.

It is, therefore, very important to establish the tools for the best management since competitiveness is increasingly global and having good logistics is essential to offer the best service.

We cannot lose sight of Customer Service, Inventory Management, Order Processing, Distribution and Delivery and Production, so all of these activities must be carried out from specific departments to manage suppliers, users, Commercial Management, legislation. labor, customs, communications, packaging, distributors, etc. All this, without a doubt, helps to minimize costs and retain customers.

Talsa, a machinery manufacturing company for the meat industry, bases its logistics on achieving quality and excellence.

  • Nearly immediate machine manufacturing times
  • Urgent transport of machinery (land, sea and air) and DHL Express Courier for emergencies
  • Immediate shipment of spare parts – Permanent stock
  • Immediate attention to distributors every day of the year; immediate responses
  • Advanced machines, permanently updated
  • Professional distribution to more than 60 countries with direct agents.

Our commitment is to continuous review, investment in R + D + i and exhaustive quality control.

To carry all this forward, it is also necessary to have a trustworthy staff for a work carried out with seriousness and honesty, complying with labor regulations in terms of wages and safety and hygiene at work.

A happy worker is essential to have a happy customer.

 

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INDUSTRIAL MACHINES FOR SAUSAGES

PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL CUTTERS

 

Talsa is a manufacturer of medium capacity machines for the meat industry.

Today, we will talk about its cutters machines, tools that are present in many jobs and in many sectors.

The Talsa K50neo and K80neo mixer cutters have been designed for the production of minced meats of all kinds, from artisan production to large butcher shops mainly.

Used in delicatessens for the preparation of fine doughs and the production of minced meat, they are also suitable for products such as poultry, fish, pastries, vegetables, processed cheese and other products of the food industry.

They mix and emulsify all kinds of food products achieving different textures, and are very easy to use, clean and safe.

Features:

  • 7” Touch Screen
  • 6 membrane buttons for the most used functions
  • Digital display of gear, revolutions, temperature, running time and current time
  • Automatic stop after elapsed time
  • Display of maintenance and service intervals

With the following options

  • Interactive recipe guide
  • User administrator
  • Recording of data
  • Production Plan

Talsa, in its effort to improve its machines, is committed to R + D + i for the improvement and updating of its machinery.

These two examples are the result of cooperation with the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Department of Mechanical Engineering for vibration and sound reduction:

  • Design with 3D models on computer
  • Reduction of vibrations in the axis of the blades
  • Reduction of noise and vibrations in the chassis
  • Silent drive transmission.

Its universal sense of progress makes Talsa strive to improve its professional digital machines to increase productivity, each time with more power and more advanced functions without forgetting the distribution and all the agents involved.

To complete the circle, Talsa has made some commitments regarding quality and excellence of the manufacturing deadlines, urgent transport, the shipment of spare parts and its immediate attention to distributors every day of the year.

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TALSA IN FOREIGN TRADE

Talsa, meat industry machinery

BREAKING THROUGH WITH VALUES

Talsa is a manufacturer of medium-capacity machinery for the meat industry specialized in the manufacture of machinery for cold meats.

Having a quality product makes it much easier when launching into foreign trade and Talsa, additionally, has a distribution network for its machines all over the world.

Its success is based especially on knowing how to combine tradition with modernity, the initial entrepreneurial spirit with experience, the commercial vision and the obligatory use of new technologies and management.

Talsa has managed to sneak into the international market taking good advantage of its strengths and abandoning a very Spanish tendency such as relying on luck.

Training is part of its corporate culture, but Talsa knows perfectly well that a curriculum is but a pillar and with only one pillar a project cannot be sustained.  A failure in American culture means learning for a new beginning, a boost to the final career. In Spain, this is considered a defeat. Perhaps also because we tend to copy, except in those cases where the basis given by training sustains the experience and knowledge of the market and business culture.

To know a market, you have to know not only the legislation, but the customs and characteristics of its people, which also give us the keys to both successes and failures. The punctuality so forgotten here in our country, the use of the distinctive title and the tedious meetings scheduled on a random basis, are not necessary for example in Germany. They do not worship studies, these being the culmination after the ability to work and experience. They appreciate honesty, knowing how to get to the point and knowing how to listen, as well as order, ecology … all this determines a character and also the cult of companies.

Traveling opens our eyes because we tend to become vitiated by what surrounds us and, in this sense, companies must open themselves, if not to international markets, to the knowledge of the procedures in other countries in order to be able to develop a global character that enriches them.

Any business done with a company taking the role of the user leaves a lasting impression on the client regarding both quality and service.

Reliability and commitment of companies with management and with clients make a lasting impression, and at the end, is what differentiates a leading company.

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