Seasoning & Coating Machines

Electrostatic Coating System for Cheese Processing Flavoring 1Using 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.

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Reducing Starch Powder Build-up on Cheese Processing Lines was last modified: March 31st, 2020 by Grant Rice
Peanut Coating Machine Uses Electrostatics to Add Seasoning

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.

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Peanut Coating Machine Uses Electrostatics for up to 45% Seasoning Reduction was last modified: February 6th, 2020 by Grant Rice