Greatly reduce the amount of powder, seasonings, flavorings, and spices required to evenly coat food products like peanuts, cashews, chips, snacks, candy, cereals, cheese, and pet food using electrostatic technology. Apply powders, coatings, flavorings, vitamins, spices, and oils evenly to a wide range of food, pharmaceutical, and chemical products.
View ( 6 ) Case Studies about Food Seasoning and Coating Below
Accurate dosing of seasonings into a tumbling drum, easy cleaning, reliability
Feeder used to dispense seasonings into a tumbling drum
Food production facilities use vibrating feeders (a.k.a. vibratory pan feeders -or- scarf feeders) for dispensing seasonings and spices directly onto the surface of food products as they tumble in a drum. This process is referred to as enrobing. The feeder can also meter seasonings precisely into a blended seasoning batch, or as an application of toppings and coatings in downstream processing equipment.
Electrostatic seasoning systems evenly coat food and pharmaceutical products with seasonings and flavorings. Apply 15-45% less powders, flavors, coatings, vitamins, spices, and oils to a wide range of products. Design and implement a complete system that is manufactured to food-grade industry standards.
Electrostatic Seasoning vs. Other Powder Technologies:
Seasoning applied to tortilla chips tumbling in rotating drum
Up to 98% Coating Efficiency with 15-45% Powder Savings
Commercial producers of different types of chips, such as tortilla chips and potato chips, can benefit greatly from the use of electrostatics to evenly apply dry spices, powders, seasonings, and oils. This type of seasoning system provides up to 98% coating efficiency of all chip products, while using 15-45% less dry powder seasonings. It also dramatically reduces the amount of airborne dust and seasoning, which results in a much cleaner working area, cleaner seasoning drum, and less line contamination.
With this type of electrostatic seasoning and coating system, the customer was able to produce seasoned nut and seed food products in one day instead of seven. It also greatly reduced production costs associated with the previous system, providing a quick ROI. It can be retrofitted to existing seasoning equipment and systems.
On-site testing is available to prove actual production results.Please contact us for more information.
Apply many different types of seasonings such as ranch, bacon ranch, salt and pepper, parmesan and pepper, buffalo flavored, BBQ, cinnamon, churro flavored, salt and vinegar, sweet and salty, and wasabi. These types of custom seasonings can be applied to nuts, seeds, popcorn, cheese, chips, and other snack food products.
Dill pickle seasoning being applied to cashews using electrostatic coating process
Using an electrostatic coating system can greatly reduce starch powder build-up on cheese processing lines while reducing airborne powder. This will significantly reduce the amount of waste powder during the coating process.
We accurately control the amount of powder (starch) discharged onto the shredded cheese. This feeding system is designed to atomize dry spices, starches, cellulose powders, and other anti-caking agents as they are applied to the shredded cheese rotating in the food coating drum. Located at the discharge of the dosing feeder is a negatively charged electrostatic field to create an electrostatic charge in the powder. This negatively charge field is pointing toward the cheese rotating in the drum. The starch is then attracted to the positively charged cheese rotating in the drum.
Apply seasoning, spices, sugar and other coatings to peanuts and snack products using electrostatic technology for up to 45% seasoning reduction. It has been used with peanuts, cashews, macadamia nuts and many other types of fragile snack products like chips, pretzels, pastas, rice, cheese and more.
This type of spice application system can be installed on new or existing machines and systems.
Complete systems are also available for testing purposes to use on-site before final purchase. Contact us for more information about setting a test system at your production facility.