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Small meat cutters and choppers | Talsa

Small meat cutters and choppers | Talsa

Small meat cutters and choppers

For the meat industry

Talsa

Talsa is a world leader manufacturer of medium-range machinery for the meat industry.

It offers a wide range of machinery like fillers, mincers, mixers, cookers and cutters.

On this article, we are going to talk about the latest, the meat cutters, the fabrication of which Talsa is a specialist.

Among this manufacturing line we can find three different types of cutters for the meat industry, these being:

Small cutters/ choppers

With dual-speed single motor machinery and a capacity for 15 and 30 liters.

Made of AISI304 stainless steel, they are machinery that stand out for being easy to clean, for their removable 3-knife head, folding plastic anti-noise cover and sealed base among other characteristics that separate them from the competition.

Electric industrial cutters

With two two-speed independent motors, 50 liters capacity, made of AISI304 stainless steel, standing out among other machinery by their interchangeable 6 knife heads with compensation rings to install three of them.

Electronic industrial cutters

With the same base characteristics of the other two, these cutters with 2-3 independent motors provide electronically variable high knife speeds of 1,000 and 4,000 rpm as well as a slow knife mixing speed.

On Talsa’s web page, more information on the characteristics of these cutters for the meat industry can be found together with all the different options offered for each one of them.

Talsa, with its more than 100-year history, is a world reference when it comes to the manufacturing of machinery for the meat and cold cuts industry.

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Talsa, present in the next IFFA Frankfurt Fair

Talsa, present in the next IFFA Frankfurt Fair

IFFA Frankfurt Fair

Talsa be present

Talsa, a machinery manufacturer for the meat industry, is endorsed by more than 100 years of industrial experience.

Shortly, from May 7th to May 12th Talsa will participate at the IFFA Frankfurt Fair, stand 8.0 C55.

Talsa doesn’t sell directly to large or medium-sized companies, but it sells its machinery through its distributors and in fairs such as this. Talsa exhibits its innovations and also builds relationships with people and companies interested in distributing its machinery. For this reason, Talsa is always present in the best international business fairs.

IFFA is one of the most internationally relevant innovative platforms with “meat” as its subject. In the past 50 years, German and internationally recognized manufactures meet in this Fair to exhibit to the professional community the new trends in this industry, offering solutions for all stages of the value chain in the meat industry. From the slaughtering stage to the transformation, treatment, packing and sales stages.

Globalization has imposed some requirements to the whole value chain, emphasizing the importance of hygienic processing and setting strict controls to ensure food safety. The IFFA is, therefore, the exhibition site for the “modern meat industry”. Taking part in this Fair is then very important in order to be in touch with international clients and consequently to open more doors and opportunities for export.

In its previous edition, the Fair surface was 120.000 m2 with approximately 1000 exhibitors and some 60.000 visitors.

Talsa will exhibit its wide range of machinery for the meat processing industry:

Medium capacity machinery for the sausage industry, which has earned a quality and excellence seal and worldwide leadership recognition. Talsa also makes a commitment to deliver in time and makes immediate dispatches through recognized transportation means. It uses the TNT Express Courier to ship parts anywhere in the world and gives support to its distributors 365 days of the year.

We will insist again in all this in the IFFA 2016.

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