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bbi-2018-05-iba innovations (Anneliese Backtechnik GmbH excerpt)

Numerous exhibitors will present their innovations in Munich. The editors submit a couple of novelties to give trade fair visitors an insight.

Efficient snack production

Anneliese Backtechnik GmbH, Eschweiler/Germany, is considered to be the inventor of the Snackline, which is being constantly expanded. The plant consists of a worktable with a conveyor belt on which snacks are prepared. A wide range of accessories – from extension tables, catering tubs, attachment modules (for ingredients) and recipe holders to many other accessories, e.g. transport trolleys, is designed to make the preparation as efficient as possible. The Snackline is driven by maintenance-free, oil-free, gearbox-free drum motors. The electrical system is splash-proof. The only power supply needed is a 220 Volt supply socket. The Snackline is also mobile and can be moved on wheels. The conveyor belt is removable and easy to clean. The basic version is two meters long and can be expanded by adding various modules. In practice, this often results in lengths of up to eight meters. At the iba trade fair, for example, the company will also present a cutting module for the plant, to cut through or into bread rolls, bagels, cakes, croissants and other baked goods. There will also be a metering system to optimize sauce or dip dispensing.

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The new metering system for the modular Snackline

The article is part of an extended feature, which was originally published in [BBI 5 – 2018]. Read the full article in the magazine: