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New Advanced Professional Cutter – Talsa K200

New Advanced Professional Cutter - Talsa K200

Talsa Places a New Machine on the Market.

Talsa, a world leading company in the fabrication of machinery for the food industry and an example of constant innovation for over 100 years, has just launched to the market through its wide international distributors network a new cutter with innovative features.

New Advanced Professional Cutter – Talsa K200

Designed in 2017, with a capacity of 200 liters and advanced functions, this cutter for the meat industry is the most advanced in the market at the moment and the one with the biggest capacity of all the Talsa range. Talsa can offer machinery for 15, 30, 50, 80, 120 and now 200 liters capacity.

The new Talsa cutter K200 is a solid all stainless steel machine with a weight of 3,500 Kg and multiple functions that can be checked out at Talsa’s Website. It counts with a variety of options like additional knife heads, specially designed knives, etc.

Talsa’s new cutter (cutter mixer) K200 is designed for all types of cuts, for big cold cuts companies and industrial processors, and is even adequate for a wide range of products such as poultry, fish, confectionery, vegetarian, etc. Talsa’s cutter K200 cuts, mixes and emulsifies all types of food products with different textures, no matter how thick or fine they are.

R+D+i on the new Talsa Cutter K200

The development of this new and innovative machine for the meat industry has been the result of an R+D+i project in cooperation with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, centered on the reduction of vibrations and sound. The innovative design of the Talsa cutter K200 is the result of hours of investigation.

Talsa, as the innovative company it is, places itself once more at a leading position in the sector.

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Talsa Meat/Food Mixers – Manufacturer of Machinery

Talsa Meat/Food Mixers, Manufacturer of Machinery

Talsa is a manufacturer of high-quality medium capacity machinery for the food industry. Its brand is already well known globally and its sales are performed with a strict selection and through its distributors, which operate according to quality and management norms stablished by the company to offer the best sales and immediate maintenance service, complying with European health and safety standards.

Not only does Talsa take care of its products and pampers them, but also walking around its manufacturing plant makes one realize the security measures taken, the cleanliness of its facility, how the administrative management works and the importance given to express transport service with 365 days of immediate response. All of these features make Talsa a benchmark company to take into account.

Among its stars machines are Talsa mixers with 30, 65, 80, 95, 165 and 275 liters capacity. Their characteristics are described below:

–  Completely made of stainless steel.

– Exclusive patented dual-armed paddle system: while one arm stirs the product from the bottom to the top of the bowl, the other arm simultaneously stirs it from the top to the bottom, thus reducing mixing time by half.

– Mixture does not rub against the bowl.

– Pneumatically assisted opening head.

– Auto-stop when head is raised. Tilting bowl for easy cleaning.- Resistant transparent cover with holes for adding mixture.

– Wheels for easy movement.

They offer two models: one with one motor and the other one with two motors, which correspond to the economic and professional models.

Through its distributors, Talsa sells its machinery to the Food and Meat  Industry companies.

In its web site, the entire machinery catalogue can be found as well as the technical characteristics of each machine. If you are interested on becoming a distributor, you can do it through the application form in the web site.

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Meat kneader-mixer | Talsa

Meat-kneader-mixer

The use of new technologies has knocked on everybody’s doors. Nobody is excluded nowadays to acknowledge the needs brought by these new ways of interacting, understanding each other, working and expanding our minds and markets.

Companies that from the beginning have known to use these tools for marketing, show their products and use all means available to expand sales. They can also use these tools simply to come closer to their personnel and customers in order to organize and display the excellence of their products.

In the beginning, we started with a webpage, and gradually more tools have been created to work with, to inform and communicate with the public. Nowadays, there is more knowledge and we have learned about secured sites, confidence requirements, etc. We can now upload files for the user to download and, in Talsa’s case, we have an Intranet available for the exclusive use of distributors.

Today, companies not only use the web for marketing. The web has replaced paper catalogues, which became obsolete right away as soon as a new product arrived or if a printing error occurred. Websites are alive. They are constantly updated and allow businesses to open their doors in regard to product catalogues, technical characteristics, the company values, its way of working, and they have tools for impulsive and reflexive contact.

Talsa is a company which manufactures machinery for the food and food processing industry. With the Internet emergence, it did not hesitate to get onboard of the technology bandwagon, with the vision to use it as a display for its products. Its web is available in several languages and it takes advantage of any tool to show Talsa’s professional values and its working methods.

As an example, we uploaded a video in YouTube to show one of the most popular machines in the meat industry: the meat kneader.

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineri

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